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Sep 19, 2014 at 11:00 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
IMF's suggestion comes at a time when the market is now preparing for a downtrend in policy rates
Sep 11, 2014 at 20:47 | Source: PTI
There is a 'compelling' case for an upgrade of India's sovereign rating outlook, two brokerages said today with one of them anticipating the revision in 2017.
Sep 08, 2014 at 13:23 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Finance secretary Arvind Mayaram said Moody's has noted the uptick in growth. There is an expectation that FY15 growth could be 5.7-5.9%. Due to which, post October, revenue buoyancy is expected to kick in.
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 03, 2014 at 12:00 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Mahesh Nandurkar of CLSA expects the new government to change Indias growth trajectory over the next five years in several small steps instead of a few big-bang reforms. The effects of its initiatives to revive investment sentiment as well as contain the fiscal deficit and inflation should become visible from 2HFY15, he adds.
Sep 03, 2014 at 11:56 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
In a recent report, Care Ratings pointed out that Indias strong first-quarter GDP data, which came in a 5.7 percent, was driven mainly by government spending on the social sector, and that this may come off in the face of the finance ministers pledge to rein in the fiscal deficit.
Sep 03, 2014 at 11:26 | Source: Reuters
Although Moody's expects the government to meet the fiscal deficit target of 4.1 percent for the fiscal year ending in March, it noted the country's finances would "remain vulnerable to future cyclical downturns and external shocks."
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 29, 2014 at 19:11 | Source: Reuters
The deficit was 62.8 percent during the comparable period in the previous fiscal year.
Aug 28, 2014 at 16:00 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Ambit is basing the FY16 downward estimate on poor health of the banking system, which may result in slow credit growth in FY16 and restrain investment growth. This is likely to have a direct bearing on a substantial part of the services sector.
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R Jagannathan

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Budget  

of fiscal deficit for 2013-14 - which according to this restatement is now at 5.1 percent. It is from this new base that we will get into a phase of honest accounting. Though it is not always possible to estimate revenues and expenditures for the year ahead, we have taken a policy decision to present future

11.22 AM Jul 8th

Siddhartha Sanyal

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What do you think would the fiscal deficit target be?

12.39 PM Jul 7th

CA RAJIV

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The previous government seems to have manipulated fiscal deficit figures by postponing major expenditure to April and May. That is the obvious reason why we see 45% of total expenditures for fy14-15 happening in just these two months of April and May . Going by this trend we may exceed

9.53 PM Jul 6th

cshar

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Suzlon Energy  

market is not bothered about fiscal deficit , main issus is how that fiacal deficit is passed in economy , subsidy or investment . budget will be good by supressing subsidy & encouraging growth by investment.

4.22 PM Jul 6th

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Lessons For Equity:- Obstacles will come, Economic Cycle, Political Instability, Government Failure, Currency & Bond movements, Sub-prime issues (USA -2008), FII’s coming and leaving India, Inflation Worries, GDP, Fiscal Deficit, CAD, Budget, Scams, War etc., etc., do not eye off your Financial

7.27 PM Jul 5th

achuta_balu

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All, Howz weekend going on...Budget to go on live in 3 days...agenda looks: Fiscal deficit reduction and Debt accumilation..both the points are very dangerous to market for short run but in long run it will be good....very much doubt - How the govt will be for long run,,,,can it be the same square

3.53 PM Jul 5th

jugaadiya

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Navneet  

This stock is going to get least affected by any of the negative factors which hinder other stocks like inflation,high fiscal deficit etc since it is a well established company in the Education sector which is not going to be in any kind of recession for a long time to come. It has got a terriffic

10.35 AM Jul 4th

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Ambit lauds Jaitley, says FY15 fiscal deficit target absurd

6.53 PM Jul 3rd

R Jagannathan

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Fiscal deficit almost half of full-year target in 2 months: Here’s why Chidu’s to be blamed; When Narendra Modi talked about the “empty coffers” left behind by the UPA, P Chidambaram, who was in charge of the coffers till 26 May 2014, claimed this was nonsense. He claimed he was leaving Rs 26

12.40 PM Jul 3rd

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Source:Economic Times - MUMBAI: Finance minister Arun Jaitley may revise upwards the fiscal deficit target for the current fiscal to 4.42 per cent up from 4.1 per cent projected in the interim budget, says a report by the Economic Research Department of State Bank of India (SBI).

3.19 PM Jul 2nd

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