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Growth, Inflation To Trend Higher In Next 6-12 Months: Nomura

According to the Japanese financial services major, the MPC minutes suggest low inflation and growth concerns led to policy easing earlier this month, and going ahead the RBI is expected to stay on hold

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GDP Growth In June Quarter To Be Around 6.6% In India: Nomura

According to Japanese financial services major Nomura, the pick-up in growth which was visible toward end-of March quarter had lost some momentum towards end of the June quarter due to destocking and uncertainty ahead of the Goods and Services tax

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HUDCO Opens To A Robust Listing With 21% Premium At Rs 73.55

The performance of the issue followed the stellar subscription of the Initial Public Offering (IPO), which was almost about 80 times.

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RBI On Hold For Now, 50 Bps Rate Hike Likely In 2018: Nomura

The Reserve Bank is expected to keep rates on hold this year as near-term inflation outlook is benign, but a cumulative 50 bps hike in 2018 is likely as growth accelerates, says a report

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India's GDP Growth May Slip To 6.7% In March Quarter: Nomura

India's GDP growth is likely to decelerate to 6.7 per cent in March quarter but it will gradually recover to around 7.7 per cent in 2018 supported by higher consumption and public spending, says a report

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Nomura Names Prabhat Awasthi Head Of India

Nomura, global investment bank, appointed Prabhat Awasthi as its new head of India, replacing Vikas Sharma, who has been promoted to head of Asia ex-Japan

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Impact Of GST On Inflation To Be Less Than 20 Basis Points: Nomura

The implementation of Goods and Services Tax is likely to be fiscally neutral and its impact on inflation is expected to be less than 20 basis points, says a Nomura report

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GDP Growth To Slow To 5.7% In Jan-Mar 2017: Nomura

India's economic growth is likely to remain muted in the first quarter of this calender year with the GDP likely to grow at 5.7 per cent in the January-March period amid subdued activity, says a report

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Rural Wage Growth Defies Demonetisation, Rises To 7.3%: Nomura

Defying demonetisation, nominal rural agricultural wages growth rose to 7.3 per cent in November on year-on-year basis, largely owing to hike in minimum wages announced by the government in September last year, financial services major Nomura said in a report

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Currency-to-GDP Ratio To Reach 9 Per Cent By March End: Nomura

Money in circulation is rising again in India post demonetisation and at the current rate, currency-to-GDP ratio will reach about 9 per cent by March — sufficient to stabilise economic activity, says a report

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GST To Have Minimal Impact On Inflation, GDP Growth: Nomura

The goods and services tax is expected to be fiscally neutral and the resulting inflation impact is likely to be minimal at less than 20 bps, says a Nomura report

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CPI Inflation May Average 5.3% In 2017; Rate Cut Likely: Nomura

India's CPI inflation is likely to average around 5.3 per cent in 2017, up from 5.1 per cent in 2016, but the RBI might still cut repo rate by 25 bps in the first quarter of next year, says a Nomura report

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India's Growth To Stay Unchanged At 7.1% In 2017: Nomura

India's growth is expected to largely remain unchanged at 7.1 per cent in the coming year and will rise sharply to 7.7 per cent in 2018, says a report

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Dent On Growth Will Be Bigger Than RBI's Estimates: Nomura

Damage to India’s economic growth is likely to be bigger than the RBI’s estimates, as there could be a sharper slowdown in the near-term as cash shortage is likely to extend into the first quarter of next year, says a Nomura report

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Cash Shortage May Slowdown GDP To 6.5% In October-December Quarter: Nomura

Cash crunch post demonetisation is expected to slowdown India's GDP growth to 6.5 per cent for the fourth quarter of 2016 and is likely to spill over into the first quarter of 2017, says a report

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