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Aug 30, 2014 at 14:44 | Source: IBNLive.com
"Congress party and I are naturally very pleased. The 5.7 percent growth rate vindicates our position that the decline in economic growth had been halted in the middle of 2013-14 as well as our forecast that the upturn will take place in the beginning of 2014-15," said former Finance Minister P Chidambaram.
Aug 30, 2014 at 13:01 | Source: CNBC-TV18
A panel consisting V Srinivasan of Axis Bank, Dr. Arvind Virmani, Advisor to the RBI and Sajjid Chinoy of JPMorgan discuss if India is on the path of sustained growth.
Aug 29, 2014 at 19:36 | Source: CNBC-TV18
The slightly better number is because the farm sector numbers are slightly up and from the break up it seems even the services sector barring trade, hotels bit, the other segments of the services sector would have kind of done well, says Gaurav Kapoor of RBS Bank.
Aug 29, 2014 at 17:35 | Source: CNBC-TV18
The revival in the first quarter was expected to be led by industry. Manufacturing, coming off a low base, was expected to push industries and it did not disappoint. The manufacturing sector grew at 3.5 percent, against a 1.2 percent contraction year-on-year.
Aug 29, 2014 at 16:41 | Source: Reuters
Economic growth is forecast to have picked up to 5.3 percent between April and June, according to a Reuters poll of 40 economists, sharply higher than 4.6 percent in the previous quarter. The GDP data is due at 1200 GMT on Friday.
Aug 28, 2014 at 18:14 | Source: CNBC-TV18
There are already positive noises about this government kick starting manufacturing sector and boosting investment cycle. But the question still remains on what more needs to be done at this point in time to ensure that that dream and that target is finally realised.
Aug 28, 2014 at 18:13 | Source: CNBC-TV18
A CNBC-TV18 poll estimates Q1 FY15 GDP growth to come in at 5.8 percent versus 4.7 percent year-on-year and 4.6 percent quarter-on-quarter, the highest in 10 quarters. The broad range for the Q1 GDP is 5.4-6 percent.
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.
Aug 28, 2014 at 13:44 | Source: CNBC-TV18
India's economy likely grew at its fastest in two years between April and June, according to a Reuters poll, as improved sentiment after Narendra Modi's election victory in the middle of the quarter coincided with a rebound in investment, manufacturing and construction.
Aug 28, 2014 at 11:00 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Godrej rates Modi governments performance as 8.5 on a scale of 10 as he is enthused about India getting back on high levels of growth led by policy changes from the new government.
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valiaparamb
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Govt at the centre essentially needs to spur this sector`s growth if he wants to elevate the GDP data over the coming years - simply no escape is available. Lastly, pls note that Mr Modi is not a dilly-dally man, instead he is a man of action for several past decades. I just read on how he operates

4.02 PM Jul 8th

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Sorry to disappoint, dear jk, but the article is erroneous statisticatlly !! Consider india`s gdp around 2 trillion usd- 120 tr rupees. 2 pc soc spend is 2.4 tr.... Now add the 10 lakh cr scam which actually went to the real needy ppl... Now reduce 30,000 cr election spending which again gone

4.01 PM Jul 8th

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... The idea that social spending in India is too high would be amusing if it were not so harmful. According to the latest World Development Indicators (WDI) data, public spending on health and education is just 4.7 per cent of GDP in India, compared with 7 per cent in sub-Saharan Africa, 7.2 per

3.08 PM Jul 8th

R Jagannathan

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- is less than 30 percent of production cost. This subsidy will be eliminated over four years by regular monthly subsidy reductions. Overall, the goal of this government is to bring all subsidies to within 2 percent of GDP. They are currently an unsustainable 2.5 percent. Third, poverty: The Prime minister

11.22 AM Jul 8th

kkmakesmone
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There are good reasons behind the surge in price. Depends in which direction you are looking - front or behind. The margins have been continuously improving, the GDP is set to grow and with the demand for white goods, the company has put a very aggressive growth target including tapping new

11.14 PM Jul 7th

R Jagannathan

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, the medium-term bull factors remain strong too. First, the global markets continue to be awash with liquidity, and the Dow is continuing to rise. When global markets perform well, India follows suit. Second, the stock markets, despite a year-long bull run, are currently valued at less than GDP – around 90

6.39 PM Jul 7th

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Govt Spending=1/7th of GDP, last 5 yrs Govt spent 35 bn$. Corporate India Profit/GDP=4.9%, in May `09 Mkt p/e was 18 and in Oct `10 it was@24.

5.19 PM Jul 7th

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Source:FirstPost - Finance Minister Arun Jaitley`s budget for 2014 is coming at a very opportune time. The economy, which was in tatters for the last three years, is on the cusp of a revival with many factors showing signs of improvement.Economists are of the opinion that the GDP growth has

4.39 PM Jul 7th

R Jagannathan

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than GDP - around 90 percent of GDP. According to the Warren Buffett thumb-rule, one should be wary if the market is valued above GDP. India`s is well below current GDP levels, and if GDP rises even 5 percent in 2014-15 after the budget, the market may have another 15 percent to rise by March 2015. So

3.19 PM Jul 7th

C A Chaturvedi

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This will also reduce demand for Bullion and encourage savings/ investment into finished jewellery which will give significant boost to the jewellery manufacturing and retailing sectors. This value addition will contribute to GDP.

2.34 PM Jul 7th

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