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Current Account Deficit (cad)

Sep 19, 2014 at 10:46 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Ray Farris said the rupee could outperform other emerging market currencies, on the back of an improving current account deficit, declining inflation, combined with pick up in growth and equity inflow.
Sep 16, 2014 at 12:38 | Source: Reuters
Rajan's comments came at a time when foreign institutional investors have nearly exhausted their USD 25 billion allocation in government debt, leading to expectations that India would raise limits soon.
Sep 11, 2014 at 12:13 | Source: CNBC-TV18
R Sreesankar, Head - Institutional Equities of Prabhudas Lilladher advices buying on every dip in the market.
Sep 09, 2014 at 12:03 | Source: CNBC
In a few weeks Scottish citizens will vote on whether they would like to be independent from the United Kingdom. Until recently, a `no` vote was expected, but a Sunday Times poll published last weekend showed 51 percent of respondents would vote for independence.
Sep 04, 2014 at 13:11 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Jahangir Aziz, chief economist at JPMorgan credits Rajan's success to the steps taken for inflation targeting. He says this is perhaps India's first big chance of breaking the inflation challenge. However, he cautions that rates at the moment are not high enough to meet FY15 inflation target.
Sep 01, 2014 at 17:58 | Source: CNBC-TV18
CAD narrowed sharply to USD 7.8 billion (1.7 per cent of GDP) in the first quarter of the 2014-15 fiscal, from USD 21.8 billion (4.8 per cent of GDP) in the year-ago period.
Aug 07, 2014 at 16:35 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
India Ratings has revised its FY15 gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast to 5.7% from 5.6% (April 2014 forecast). The rating agency believes that, a single budget or one years policy reforms are not enough to ensure a non-inflationary, sustained and higher economic growth.
Aug 03, 2014 at 20:35 | Source: PTI
Ongoing geo-political conflicts in the Gulf and the other Middle Eastern countries, Revenue Secretary Shaktikanta Das said can push up oil prices inflating the import bill, adding to pressure on the CAD.
Jul 18, 2014 at 12:41 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Manoj Rane said the pivot point of rupee is 60 and feels that weak trading is important to support exports. He however is bullish on its underlying trend.
Jul 10, 2014 at 21:28 | Source: Reuters
India will have to ensure that the current account deficit is maintained at 2 to 2.5 percent of the gross domestic product in 2014/15, Finance Secretary Arvind Mayaram told reporters on Thursday.
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Sonam18

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-FRIENDLINESS GOOD GOVERNANCE  One could expect the same traits in Modi‟s plan for India India‟s Trade Deficit For May Came At $11.23bn; Exports Up 12.4% To $28 Bn India‟s Current Account Deficit (CAD) Narrowed Sharply To US$ 1.2bn (0.2% Of GDP) As On May 30, 2014 India had $312.38 Bn Of Forex Reserves INR Has

11.02 AM Jun 19th

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-FRIENDLINESS GOOD GOVERNANCE  One could expect the same traits in Modi‟s plan for India India‟s Trade Deficit For May Came At $11.23bn; Exports Up 12.4% To $28 Bn India‟s Current Account Deficit (CAD) Narrowed Sharply To US$ 1.2bn (0.2% Of GDP) As On May 30, 2014 India had $312.38 Bn Of Forex Reserves INR Has

11.00 AM Jun 19th

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-FRIENDLINESS GOOD GOVERNANCE  One could expect the same traits in Modi‟s plan for India India‟s Trade Deficit For May Came At $11.23bn; Exports Up 12.4% To $28 Bn India‟s Current Account Deficit (CAD) Narrowed Sharply To US$ 1.2bn (0.2% Of GDP) As On May 30, 2014 India had $312.38 Bn Of Forex Reserves INR Has

10.58 AM Jun 19th

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-FRIENDLINESS GOOD GOVERNANCE  One could expect the same traits in Modi‟s plan for India India‟s Trade Deficit For May Came At $11.23bn; Exports Up 12.4% To $28 Bn India‟s Current Account Deficit (CAD) Narrowed Sharply To US$ 1.2bn (0.2% Of GDP) As On May 30, 2014 India had $312.38 Bn Of Forex Reserves INR Has

10.57 AM Jun 19th

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due to rupee gains, but he believes, and as pointed by economists, that hardening of the “currency will not take place because the current account deficit (CAD) is bound to increase with greater investment going in”. In the long-term he doesn’t see rupee hardening beyond a point. “You may at best see

7.18 PM Jun 4th

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, is this industry finding bigger market and whether the hardening of rupee is a blip or a secular trend? I do believe that most economists feel that hardening of the currency will not take place because the current account deficit (CAD) is bound to increase with greater investment going in. Yes, it will be offset

10.59 AM Jun 4th

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, the value falls. This is why external factors matter. They cause traders and investors to buy or sell a currency. Here are three factors that may help the rupee remain stable: • Current account deficit: CAD was the key reason why the rupee fell to 69-to-a-dollar levels. A current account deficit is when

10.41 AM May 31st

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Source:Economic Times - C Rangarajan India`s balance of payments (BoP) has shown several twists and turns in the last few years. The good news is that after a sharp increase to 4.8% of GDP in 2012-13 from 2.8% in 2009-10, the current account deficit (CAD) is estimated to decline dramatically to 2

11.52 AM Apr 1st

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global crisis erupts. This is despite the cloud enveloping small silver linings here and there. Some good news is certainly at hand. The current account deficit (CAD) came in at a four-year low of 0.9 percent in the October-December 2013 quarter. But it’s not so good news, as we shall see later. Headline

2.15 PM Mar 18th

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account deficit (CAD) makes India look safer to FIIs than before – and the rupee could well see some strengthening with the return of economic optimism after the elections. It would take an economic and political catastrophe to keep stocks down this year and the next. Barring funds that need safety (for

11.41 AM Mar 7th

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