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View: For India, the cost of a Narendra Modi victory in 2019 may be too high

India is beginning to look like any other emerging economy, with a tame central bank and a profligate govt.

Industrial output growth fastest in 11 months at 8.1% in October

During the April-October period, industrial output grew 5.6 per cent as compared to 2.5 per cent in the same period of the previous fiscal.

November retail inflation slumps to 17-month low on easing food prices

In the year-ago period (November 2017), it was at 4.88 per cent.

Retail inflation eases, October IIP growth surges

Retail inflation for November has fallen to a sixteenth month low of 2.33 per cent against 3.31 per cent in October on back of low food an fuel prices. IIP for October has risen to 8.1% from 4.5 % of September with the boost provided by infrastructure projects.

Inflation cools, IIP growth surges in double treat for economy

Retail inflation has stayed below RBI’s medium-term target of 4% for the fourth straight month.

India still in 'middle class' in ease of doing business: WEF chief

India is ranked ranked the 58th among 140 countries, which is five places up over 2017.

ADB retains India FY19 growth forecast at 7.3% despite downside risks

India is maintaining growth momentum on rebounding exports and higher industrial and agricultural output, ADB said in its Asian Development Bank Outlook Supplement.

Narendra Modi’s election losses and new RBI chief raise populism risk

Things don’t have to be so bleak, but the twin blows to Modi have surely raised populism risk.

Gita Gopinath faces tough global landscape to navigate: IMF chief economist

The 46-year-old economist, who will assume the office in January, is the second Indian to be appointed to the role of chief economist after Raghuram Rajan.

India should brace itself for slowdown for some time: Arvind Subramanian

Budget estimate of revenue collection from GST seems to be unreasonable, Arvind Subramanian said.

Current account deficit widens to 2.9% of GDP in Q2

Current account deficit widens to 2.9% of GDP in Q2

The CAD, or the difference between outflow and inflow of foreign exchange in the country's current account, was USD 19.1 billion during the quarter ended September 30, 2018.

$100 billion investment in telecom to add $1.2 trillion to India's GDP: Report

$100 billion investment in telecom to add $1.2 trillion to India's GDP: Report

"These are significant impacts and yet could be underestimated given that penetration of internet is still below international levels," report added.

Fitch Ratings cuts India growth forecast to 7.2% on higher financing costs

Fitch Ratings cuts India growth forecast to 7.2% on higher financing costs

Fitch Ratings Thursday slashed India's GDP growth forecast to 7.2 per cent for current fiscal, from 7.8 per cent projected in September, citing higher financing cost and reduced credit availability. In its Global Economic Outlook released Thursday, Fitch estimated India's GDP growth to be 7 per cent and 7.1 per cent in financial years 2019-20 and 2020-21 respectively.

Fitch slashes India growth forecast to 7.2% on reduced credit availability

Fitch slashes India growth forecast to 7.2% on reduced credit availability

The rating agency also forecast the value of rupee to further depreciate to Rs 75 to a dollar by the end of 2019.

India claims top ten in list of world's fastest-growing cities

India claims top ten in list of world's fastest-growing cities

All of the top 10 cities for economic growth over the next two decades will be in India.

Strong domestic demand pushes services PMI to four-month high in November

Strong domestic demand pushes services PMI to four-month high in November

This will offer some relief to Asia's third-largest economy, which last week reported slower economic growth in the July-September quarter

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