Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Shivani Khanna

Rupee levels too crucial for inflation management: Report

According to economists, Reserve Bank of India’s exchange rate management will emphatically help the central bank manage cost push inflation in the economy.  Cost push inflation is the rise in the general price level in the economy due to...

Second wave peak in June may lead to growth falling to 8.2%

As per reports by Crisil, India's economic growth may fall to 8.2 per cent if the second wave peaks in end of June. The warning of slumping growth was given by the domestic rating agency, Crisil on Monday, which...

Asian stocks rise as US jobs miss the target, oil prices rise on pipeline attack

On Monday, stocks rose amid speculations that interest rates will remain low and accommodating due to receding inflationary pressure. Additionally, oil and gas prices jumped after a cyber-attack was launched on a U.S. pipeline operator which unnerved markets. Asia Pacific...

Covid mayhem: Second wave could give economy a jolt

Given the mayhem and uncertainty unleashed by covid 19 on India’s healthcare sector, the second wave of the pandemic has a high potential to jolt the economy much harder than what was being anticipated earlier. Sectors which were bruised...

UNCTAD supports India, South Africa joint proposal to waive off global IP provisions

Support for India and South Africa’s joint proposal for temporary waiver of specific provisions of the global intellectual property rights has been supported by a research paper by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). The waiver of...

Asian shares slip but economic optimism keeps world shares near record high

As per reports, Asian shares plummeted on Friday but world stocks held near record high. World stocks round the world gained as US released strong economic data and the Federal Reserve reported to remain committed to its accommodative stance...

India, Japan, Australia launch supply chain resilience initiative

In a strategic move to counter territorial aggressor’s dominance of supply chain in the Indo-Pacific region, trade ministers of India, Japan and Australia formally launched the Supply Chain Resilience Initiative (SCRI) on Tuesday. Commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal,...

India’s GDP to grow at 11% in this fiscal: Asian Development Bank

On Wednesday, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) stated that according to its analysis, Indian economy is projected to grow at a significant 11 per cent in the current financial year i.e. 2020-21. The reason cited for the same is...

Lockdowns unlikely to impact India’s GDP

According to Japanese brokerage Nomura, due to lockdowns imposed in various states across India to mitigate the virulent nature of the pandemic, business activity has fallen by a fourth of the pre-COVID levels. The report by Nomura was published...

Pandemic has household savings jump to 22.5% of GDP: Report

Due to pandemic restrictions imposed last year, household savings rose almost around the world. As people were forced to remain indoors due to the stringent lockdown, there was an unlikely winner in the pandemic-ravaged year, household savings, which, according...

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