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RBI survey shows consumer confidence improving, but still cautious

BUSINESS

RBI survey shows consumer confidence improving, but still cautious

The current situation index is now the highest since the pandemic started, but future expectations continue to be muted

RBI survey data show upbeat business sentiment, elevated inflation

BUSINESS

RBI survey data show upbeat business sentiment, elevated inflation

The last time inflation expectations were this high before the pandemic was in September 2015, when households were yet to recover from the soaring inflation in the post-financial crisis period

The Reading List: August 5, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: August 5, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

We see a gradual move to a structural growth rate of 7-7.5%: Ajit Ranade

INTERVIEW

We see a gradual move to a structural growth rate of 7-7.5%: Ajit Ranade

Managing inflation is more important than worrying over the exchange rate, as high inflation in the domestic economy means that the worth of the rupee is declining

The Reading List: July 29, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: July 29, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

The Reading List: July 22, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: July 22, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

FAQs on rupee depreciation and its implications

BUSINESS

FAQs on rupee depreciation and its implications

The major part of the rupee depreciation is behind us

Chart of the Day: India a bright spot, but at the cost of high inflation 

BUSINESS

Chart of the Day: India a bright spot, but at the cost of high inflation 

The war in Ukraine, the sanctions on Russia, tightening financial conditions and China’s zero-COVID policy are some of the usual suspects behind ADB's Asia outlook revision

The Reading List: July 15, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: July 15, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

The Reading List: July 8, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: July 8, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

PMI: Indian private sector saw very strong growth momentum in June

BUSINESS

PMI: Indian private sector saw very strong growth momentum in June

With growth so strong and high inflation, the RBI will need to tighten further

Rupee's depreciation is a narrative of strong dollar rather than weak India: BofA's Jayesh Mehta

BUSINESS

Rupee's depreciation is a narrative of strong dollar rather than weak India: BofA's Jayesh Mehta

If you are a long-term investor, it is a great opportunity to stagger buying (in bond markets) over the next two months, through the mutual fund route, says BofA top boss

Chart of the Day | India’s market valuation still close to peak, relatively speaking

BUSINESS

Chart of the Day | India’s market valuation still close to peak, relatively speaking

A commonly-tracked valuation ratio shows that relatively speaking, India’s valuation is not far off from its peak while China looks attractive

Chart of the Day | The close correlation between central bank assets and the markets

BUSINESS

Chart of the Day | The close correlation between central bank assets and the markets

Markets have risen on Quantitative Easing, while Quantitative Tightening has an opposite effect. But this time, high inflation prevents central banks from jettisoning QT any time soon

The Reading List: July 1, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: July 1, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

The Reading List: June 24, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: June 24, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

The decade high profits-GDP ratio in 2022 has been powered by the private sector

BUSINESS

The decade high profits-GDP ratio in 2022 has been powered by the private sector

With profits/GDP at a decade high, RBI’s monetary tightening is happening during a period of strength for the corporate sector, which suggests profits could remain resilient 

Urban unemployment is lower than pre-COVID times, but there’s a catch

BUSINESS

Urban unemployment is lower than pre-COVID times, but there’s a catch

The quality of urban jobs was worse in January-March 2022 than January-March 2019

New York Fed economic model says 80 percent chance of hard landing for US economy

BUSINESS

New York Fed economic model says 80 percent chance of hard landing for US economy

The projections of US GDP growth by the New York Fed model are much lower than those of the Federal Open Markets Committee

The one chart that tells you why Agnipath is necessary 

BUSINESS

The one chart that tells you why Agnipath is necessary 

The CAGR of defence pensions has been higher than that for defence capital outlay

The Reading List: June 17, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: June 17, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

Chart of the Day | Asia’s inflation headwinds gathering force

BUSINESS

Chart of the Day | Asia’s inflation headwinds gathering force

A higher share of food in the CPI basket, rising global food inflation and second-order effects raise the risk of inflation going higher

The Reading List: June 10, 2022

BUSINESS

The Reading List: June 10, 2022

A selection of articles and social media gems from the world of economy, business and finance, curated by our research and opinion teams

Chart of the Day | Global food inflation tapers

BUSINESS

Chart of the Day | Global food inflation tapers

The FAO’s food price index fell for the second consecutive month but is still sharply above the level it was before Russia invaded Ukraine

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