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20 Apr 2024|12:58 PM

Intractable food prices and the worsening situation in the Middle East remain key concerns for the MPC.

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Intractable food prices and the worsening situation in the Middle East remain key concerns for the MPC.

20 Apr 2024|12:58 PM

While LIC may have struggled in FY24 overall, the turnaround is visible in the last few months.

19 Apr 2024|09:43 AM

Overall MF AUM fell in March, but retail shares further improved in the month.

18 Apr 2024|11:48 AM

The good news is that overall trade could push CAD to under 1% of GDP in FY24.

16 Apr 2024|11:02 AM

Overall MF AUM fell in March, but retail shares further improved in the month.

16 Apr 2024|09:31 AM

Despite the bounce in WPI inflation, the full year reading for FY24 was still in the negative.

16 Apr 2024|09:29 AM

It may not all-out war, but the implications for the Indian economy could be huge.

15 Apr 2024|12:16 PM

In the 5 weeks prior to the current week, the start-up collections were to the tune of #152 Million, $243 Million, $205 Million, $226 Million, and $150 Million. In the latest week to April 12, 2024, start-ups raised $105 Million across 21 start-up deals, with Sprinto and Neysa dominating the funding story in the week.

15 Apr 2024|10:35 AM

Today, manufacturing contributes about 15% of GDP and that must transition to over 20% of GDP if the Indian economy has to transition to $5 Trillion economy in 4 years and $10 Trillion in the next 10 years. Between FY23 and FY30, India’s nominal GDP is expected to more than double to $7 Trillion, while the manufacturing GVA is expected to grow nearly 3-fold.

15 Apr 2024|10:33 AM

Unlike the US, which consumes most of the oil it churns out, countries like Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, and UAE are predominantly exporters and hence have a huge swing impact on global oil prices. The immediately impact will be the spreading of the conflict to the Arab Peninsula and to the Strait of Hormuz, a key conduit for the Asian oil and gas trade. Also, the Red Sea will continue to be point of conflict, forcing ships through the circuitous Horn of Africa route. That would obviously mean higher freight rates and higher insurance costs.

15 Apr 2024|09:44 AM

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