The report cites the view that ‘India is likely to be among the few emerging economies that would be left standing after the global hurricane has passed’
There seems to be a compulsion in both RBI's and FinMin’s reports to apotheosize economic developments, at odds with the risks mentioned
The RBI Bulletin’s state of the economy report says growth is strong for the Indian economy, demand is robust, and inflation is coming down
Gross domestic product is estimated to rise 15.4% in the three months to June from a year ago, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists.
A deep dive into what explains valuations in the Indian markets, taking a sectoral view of the earnings cycle and market capitalization
The Indian equity market has always traded at a premium to its peers and if indeed the outlook for the economy and inflation is as good as the State of the Economy report says it is, then corporate earnings will hold up, supporting equities
Despite a bounceback, real GDP is hardly 1.3 percent over the 2019-20 number. Rural demand, jobs and inequality demand attention
RBI’s state of the economy report for December 2021 has a chart indicating the extent of scarring of various economies from the pandemic
The RBI’s state of the economy report says that while Indian growth is accelerating, global growth is slowing
Report cites comparatively tepid growth, contained inflation and low proportion of fully vaccinated population as factors calling for accommodative monetary policy
India’s output in the September quarter is likely to be below its level four years ago
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Inflation is transitory, as are all things, while growth will depend on our karma
The economy is struggling to regain the momentum of recovery that had started in the second half of 2020-21, but was interrupted by the second wave
The RBI’s state of the economy report enlists Benjamin Franklin, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Paulo Coelho, Barack Obama, Shakespeare and a host of lesser luminaries to drive home a message of relentless positivity
The question is: If household savings normalise and go back to pre-pandemic levels, while the fiscal deficit remains elevated, will interest rates go up?
The report compares the RBI to the Greek hero Ulysses
RBI report on state of economy asks whether the Union Budget could be a game changer
A strong pitch for bringing out a white paper on the state of the economy will be made by the Congress in the Budget session of Parliament beginning on February 23, a move it claims will expose the "boastful" assertions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.