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India's Jan trade deficit widens to $14.73 billion: Trade ministry

Trade deficit had narrowed to $13.08 billion in December. ​​​

Growth likely to reach 7.5 per cent next fiscal: Chief Economic Adviser

The RBI, in its latest monetary policy review, too projected an economic growth rate of 7.4% for the next fiscal.

Wrong to use cash as indicator of jump in economic activity, rural economy still depressed: SBI

In a note, the economists estimated cash in the economy at Rs 20.4 lakh crore, stressing the rural economy continues to be "depressed".

WPI cools to 10-month low of 2.76% in Jan on cheaper fuel

Annual wholesale price inflation last month was lower than a provisional 3.80 percent rise in December.

Retail inflation cools further to 2.05% in January on easing food prices

The consumer price inflation (CPI) for the month of January further declined to 2.05 per cent on the back of continued deflation in food items and fall in fuel inflation. Industrial production jumped to 2.4 per cent in December, 2018 from 0.5 per cent in November, 2018 driven mainly by a sharp spike in manufacturing index which rose to 2.7 per cent vs -0.4 per cent month-on-month.

Retail inflation dips further to 2.05% in January, lowest in 19 months

Core inflation also fell to 5.4% in Jan from 5.7% in Dec raising hopes of another rate cut by the RBI.

Industrial production grows at 2.4% in  December on the back of manufacturing uptick

The main reason for the slump in factory output growth in November 2018 was the poor show from the manufacturing sector

Trade unions are with us and era of red-tape is over: Kerala CM P Vijayan to investors

“The era of red tape mindset is over. We have to change our attitude,” CM Vijayan said.

Indians are becoming less pessimistic about jobs, income, says RBI

The optimism was reflected in the December 2018 round of the RBI 's Consumer Confidence Survey

Free money makes people lazy: A lesson for India from Finland

The idea of a basic income as a replacement for means-tested welfare payments has its share of supporters.

India inflation seen speeding up in Jan but still below target

India inflation seen speeding up in Jan but still below target

If the consensus is realised it would mark the sixth month in a row where inflation was below target.

India jumps 8 places to 36th on International IP Index

India jumps 8 places to 36th on International IP Index

India's eight-point jump in 2019 from 44th position in 2018 is the highest increase among 50 nations mapped by the index, a release said.

Reserve Banks' decisions driven by norms and principles: RBI Gov

Reserve Banks' decisions driven by norms and principles: RBI Gov

Speaking at a press conference today, Das said that payment of surplus was part of the RBI Act and how the government used the dividend was its prerogative. He said the RBI would follow accounting norms to decide on dividend payout.

RBI governor says he is not bothered how government uses the dividend

RBI governor says he is not bothered how government uses the dividend

The meeting of the RBI's central board, which will take a call on interim dividend, has been deferred to February 18.

RBI projects 7.4 pc GDP growth for FY 20

RBI projects 7.4 pc GDP growth for FY 20

Investment activity is recovering, but supported mainly by public spending on infrastructure, the RBI said.

Budget 2019: Fiscal deficit target tenable? Swaminathan Aiyar explains

Budget 2019: Fiscal deficit target tenable? Swaminathan Aiyar explains

In his interim Budget speech, Union Minister Piyush Goyal pegged the fiscal deficit of the year 2019-20 at 3.4 per cent of the GDP. He also claimed that the government has maintained the glide path towards the target of 3 per cent of fiscal deficit to be achieved by 2020-21. How much of it is tenable? Swaminathan Aiyar, Consulting Editor, The Economic Times explains.

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