Login To Trade
No Result found
Fund Manager Speak
Demystifying your CIBIL score?
As India matures into a developed economy and Indians requirement for credit is bound to go up. In such a situation it is important understand what factors..
Share capital in company's balance sheet
Tax: Inter-source adjustments vs inter-head adjustments
Basic legal structures for business organizations
How do SIPs help?
View all personal finance articles
Key Economic Statistics
Gross Domestic Product
Index of Industrial Production
Consumer Price Index
View all key economic statistics
Economic Events Calendar
10 December 2013
View all Economic Events for the day
Germany First Quarter Manpower Employment Outlook (Table)
Italian Gross Domestic Product s.a. and w.d.a. (QoQ)
JOLTs Job Openings
NFIB Small Business Optimism
BOE's Carney Speaks at Economic Club of New York
Industrial Production (MoM)
Consumer Confidence Index
Domestic Corporate Goods Price Index (MoM)
View all Economic Events for the month
ADB supports Pakistan to end energy crisis
ADB is providing a US$900mn loan for a new supercritical coal power generation unit in Pakistan that will deliver reliable
Power Ministry exposes various Renewable Energy sources
Ministry of Tourism has denies slowest growth in FTAs in India
Ministry of Tourism boosts tourism in India
Govt. promoting organic farming in India
Pulses production Reaches 18.45 mt in India
View all economy news
Food inflation falls by 3.36% on base effect
Food inflation shrank by 3.36% in the week ended December 24 after rising by 0.42% in the preceding week, the Commerce & Industry Ministry said today. Food inflation stood at 20.84% in the corresponding week last year.
Food inflation rises; Fuel inflation steady
Food inflation rises further; fuel inflation dips
India's inflation falls to 8.5% in August
View all inflation watch reports
GDP and its importance
Gross Domestic Product is good measure for an economy and with improvement in research and quality of data, statisticians and governments are trying to find out measures to strengthen GDP and make it a comprehensive indicator of national income.
Economics for Everyone - Insights from Indian infrastructure - public-private partnership
Economics for Everyone- Economics of Externality
Economics for Everyone - Interest Rates and Inflation
View all featured reports
IIP – March 2010
For the month of March 2010, India’s IIP grew at the rate of 13.5% yoy, lower than street estimates of 14.9% – 15.1%.
Monthly Economic Report March, 2009
View all economy reports
Previous Poll Results
With Moody's rating India as stable do you expect other agencies to upgrade ratings?
Will India grow at 5.9% in 2013 as predicted by IMF?
View all Polls
Economy in Pictures
Economic Survey 2011–12
The Economic Survey 2011-12, presented by the Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee in the Lok Sabha, predicts 7.6% GDP growth in 2012-13 and 8.6% in 2013-14. India's fiscal deficit is likely to narrow to 4.1% of GDP in FY13.
Economic Survey 2009-10
Economic Survey 2008-09
View all economic survey
Monetary Policy Review
Annual Monetary Policy Review 2010-11
The Reserve Bank of India in its annual monetary policy review today increased its key policy rates (repo and reverse repo rate) and CRR by 25bps each (in-line with our estimates).
Monetary Policy Review 2009-10 – Q2 FY10
Monetary Policy Review
View all monetary policy review
Monsoon will end in 10 days: IMD
For the past last few days, the maximum temperature in the city has been 35.6 degree Celsius, quite high for the month of September.
Monsoon to withdraw from Rajasthan by early Oct: IMD
Monsoon may exceed forecast: IMD
Monsoon was 16% above normal in week to Sept. 1: IMD
View all monsoon watch
Merchandise Exports and Imports
All international changes in ownership of merchandise passing across the customs borders of the trading countries. Exports are valued f.o.b. (free on board). Imports are valued c.i.f. (cost, insura...
It is the overall program for directing governments spending and taxation so as to achieve the desired economic goals. Today these goals (at least in capitalist countries) consist principally of mo...
View all economic jargons
Tuesday, 10 December 2013 12:36 IST
Connect with IIFL :
Products & Services
Stock SMS Alerts
Document & Info
Chat with Experts
Home Loan EMI
Auto Loan EMI
Education Loan EMI
Disclaimer - Research
Disclaimer - Discussion Boards
Disclaimer - Chat
Disclaimer - Twitter
Terms & Conditions
It's earnings season. www.indiainfoline.com, a part of the IIFL Group, presents you real-time, comprehensive, and in-depth analysis of company earnings to give you that investment edge. The 'Results Calendar' helps you keep track of all important results. The 'Top News' section gives you news coverage as an when it breaks. Our strong research team powers 'IIFL Research Updates' giving you complete earnings analysis along with a call for action. The 'Earnings Preview' section gives you a holistic picture of how the sector will perform along with what to expect from individual companies.
Besides IIFL Research, we also present what peer brokerages are talking about a particular stock in our section - 'Other Brokerage Views.' The 'Stocks in Focus' section is unique as it offers you a quick check of how the company’s stock is performing ahead and after the results. The 'Video' section is embedded with quick-takes on companies which have announced their results. The 'Conference Calls' and 'Transcripts' section along with Leader Speak allow you to understand management commentary and take a fundamental call on a particular scrip. For those wanting to view historical earnings data, 'Results History' is your point of call.
By popular demand, we have retained 'Today's Poll', 'Discussion' and 'Corporate Announcements.' For those taking their baby steps in the financial space and having a strong desire to learn and improve their trading strategies, we have 'Everything you need to know about earnings' to guide you through.
Empowering SMEs, Empowering India
No economy can thrive without industry. In a developing country like India, this role is played by small and medium businesses which not only provide jobs, they also help innovate and help in the overall socio-economic development of the country.
In India, SMEs contribute 45% of the industrial output, 40% of exports, 42 million jobs and produce more than 8,000 quality products for domestic and international markets. They create one million jobs every year, not a trifle amount in a country with a billion plus population.
SMEs today are exposed to greater opportunities for expansion and diversification across sectors. We understand the challenges that SMEs face like sub-optimal scale of operation, technological obsolescence, supply-chain inefficiencies, increasing domestic and global competition, fund shortages, change in manufacturing strategies and turbulent and uncertain market scenario.
To help fuel this expansion, www.indiainfoline.com, a part of the IIFL Group, has decided to carve a separate niche to power this space. Besides providing news and information on events, the section will provide case studies to help you learn faster through example. Success stories of people who have overcome the odds to pep you up when the going gets tough. Expert comments on important day-to-day happenings, sector trends and things to note. The Leader Speak section give you an inside view of what your peers are up to.
www.indiainfoline.com is part of the IIFL Group, a leading financial services player and a diversified NBFC. The site provides comprehensive and real time information on Indian corporates, sectors, financial markets and economy. On the site we feature industry and political leaders, entrepreneurs, and trend setters. The research, personal finance and market tutorial sections are widely followed by students, academia, corporates and investors among others.
India Infoline Ltd. All rights Reserved.
NSE SEBI Registration No. Capital Market:- INB231097537/ INF231097537/ INE231097537, CODE NO: 10975 & TC10975 CM No.: M51058
NSE SEBI Registration No. Derivatives:- INF 231097537 Clearing Member ICICI Bank Ltd. CM-C50006.
BSE SEBI Registration No. Capital Market :-INB011097533 and INF011097533. Clearing No. 179
MCX Stock Exchange Limited - SEBI Registration No: INE 261097537 CODE NO. 22 | NCDEX Membership No. NCDEX-CO-04-00378 | MCX Membership No. 10470