Advertisement

  • News
  • Columns
  • Interviews
  • BW Communities
  • Events
  • BW TV
  • Subscribe to Print
  • Editorial Calendar 19-20

Latest Articles in indian economy

Expect More Than 7% Growth For India This Decade: CEA

Growth will be aided by various structural reforms, including labour and farm laws, undertaken by the government, he said while addressing a virtual event organised by the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF)

Read More

Forex Reserves Down By USD 1.47 Billion To USD 639.64 Billion

The foreign currency assets include the effect of appreciation or depreciation of non-US units like the euro, pound and yen held in the foreign exchange reserves.

Read More

Finmin To Pitch For Rating Upgrade In Meeting With Moody's Next Week

The Indian economy contracted 7.3 percent in the 2020-21 fiscal but is expected to clock double-digit growth during the current fiscal ending March 2022 on the back of rapid vaccination and demand coming back across sectors.

Read More

Indian Economy Has Bottomed Out; Formal Sector May Get Back To Pre-Covid Level By This Year-End: Montek

The Indian economy grew by a record 20.1 per cent in the April-June quarter, helped by a very weak base of last year and a sharp rebound in the manufacturing and services sectors in spite of a devastating second wave of COVID-19 case.

Read More

The Average Indian family’s income Gone Down; That is The Real economic Indicator: Praveen Chakravarty, Data Analytics Chairman, Congress

Praveen Chakravarty, chairman of Congress' data analytics department, speaks with BW Businessworld on the range of issues that impact Indian economy. He talks about the real yardstick of measuring economic well being which is more about the falling average income and so the distress among the average Indian. He speaks on the untimely monetization of the critical asset and talks about the lack of sound macroeconomic policy for the emerging India. On the welfare, he sights the MGNREGA--and without such scheme, country would have faced riot- like situation.

Read More

FDI Key To India's Aspiration To Be A USD 5 Trillion Economy, Says Deloitte CEO

The CEO of the top multinational professional services network said, "FDI, I believe, is the key to India''s aspiration to be a USD 5 trillion economy and I think that is eminently doable. I am certainly a very big proponent of India and what can be accomplished."

Read More

Inflation In India Likely To Ease Only Gradually: RBI Deputy Governor

The Indian economy is emerging from the second wave in a more resilient manner as compared with the first, Patra said, adding that recovery was more broad-based around manufacturing as a pivot, though output is still below pre-pandemic levels.

Read More

India Expected To Grow At 7.2% In 2021 But Economic Growth Could Decelerate Next Year: UN Report

After a 3.5 per cent fall in 2020, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) expects world output to grow 5.3 per cent this year, partially recovering the ground lost in 2020.

Read More

India's Economy Recovered More Strongly Than It Got Impacted During Pandemic: PM Modi

The PLI scheme announced for 10 key sectors, including textile and automobiles by the Centre, is aimed at helping the country’s economy recover faster after the pandemic.

Read More

The Market Mirage

A bigger contribution of heavyweights to one’s equity holdings could also help reduce the overall volatility and risk of the portfolio. Another possibility would be to restructure the overall investment portfolio to include a more diversified asset base and perhaps a smaller contribution of equities.

Read More

Experts Views On Slow Vaccination, Indian Economy And Possible Third Wave

The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation announced the GDP and Gross Value Added (GVA) data for the first quarter of the current FY. The Year-on-Year (Y-o-Y) comparison method revealed that the GDP grew by 20 per cent in Q1 this year.

Read More

Indian Growth Jumps In April-June, Helped By Looser Pandemic Curbs

The expansion nevertheless fell short of the 21.4% predicted by the central bank, which some analysts said would make the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) more likely to retain its accommodative stance until at least year-end.

Read More

The Middle Classes Have Become Hollowed Out: Nobel Laureate Prof. Abhijit Banerjee

On an exceptionally clear afternoon in August, Manish Kumar Jha of BW Businessworld sought him out in the capital during a visit to India and picked his mind on the state of the Indian economy, India’s privatization programme and the need for centres of excellence in academia which is lacking in advance and cutting edge R&D. The discussion centered on the inflation--rise in prices of consumer products; a “realignment of the market” as it adjusts to the growing inequality among consumers. He advocated injecting more liquidity into the economy. He did not consider the Indian economy to be “unusually closed” in the perspective of the developed West or China. And let the “rupee slide” to promote Indian exports, among other things. Excerpts:

Read More

Indian Economy Rapidly Normalising Towards Pre-Pandemic Levels: Kumar Mangalam Birla

Moreover, various steps taken by the RBI and the government have helped in containing the economic disruptions of the pandemic, Birla added.

Read More

India Recovery Not Yet At Point For Pulling Back Liquidity: FM Sitharaman

India's inflation has been above the RBI's tolerance band of 6% for the last two months, which prompted the central bank to raise its inflation forecast even as it held its key rates at record lows earlier this month.

Read More