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Kiske Sath Kitna Vikas?

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Economic development is a game of leads and lags. And like the investments made during various tenures, the translation of policies into progress has a gestation period too.

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How to overcome market phobia? Here’s your guide to DIY investing

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Not having adequate money to live a peaceful life post-retirement is also a risk, isn’t it? Do It Yourself approach to investing can help you resolve this.

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Many Green Shoots visible in Q2FY2019 Results

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An analysis of the second quarter results for FY2019 has been very encouraging. We restricted our sample to the universe of companies constituting the NSE100 index. As of today, 81 out of 100 companies have declared their results. There has been a clear increase in sales across the board. At a consolidated level, the aggregate topline of all companies has

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RBI cuts repo by 25 bps; CRR unchanged.

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  The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday cut its key lending rate by a quarter of a percentage point in an attempt to prop up growth in the slowing economy, drawing comfort from wholesale price inflation staying under 7%. The apex bank kept the cash reserve ratio (CRR) unchanged. RBI lowered the repo rate, at which it lends

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“Softening core inflation should spur an easing of monetary policy by the RBI” ~ Poll.

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  Wholesale prices likely rose at their slowest annual pace in more than three years last month, strengthening chances of a rate cut at the Reserve Bank of India policy meeting next week, according to a Reuters poll of economists. February’s deceleration would be the fifth in a row, bringing inflation closer to RBI’s perceived comfort level of around 5

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RBI & government: A strained relationship.

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  The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has made no bones about its view that monetary policy in India has been constrained by the central government’s policies. It has, in numerous policy statements, called for a change in both the quantity and the quality of the fiscal deficit. Its recent publication, titled Report on Currency and Finance, elaborates on the

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