Current Account Deficit

CAD to widen to 1.6 pct of GDP in 2016-17 on demand push: Nomura

India's current account deficit is likely to widen to 1.6 per cent of GDP this fiscal, driven by pick-up in domestic demand on the back of better a monsoon and upcoming pay hikes, says a Nomura report.

CAD to widen to 1.6 pct of GDP in 2016-17 on demand push: Nomura

Indonesia posts $670 million trade surplus in April

Indonesia's trade surplus increased in April due to a larger-than-expected drop in imports, the statistics bureau said on Monday.

Indonesia posts $670 million trade surplus in April

Nomura: India’s current account deficit may swing to surplus in Q1 2016

CAD narrowed to 1.4 per cent in April-December, from 1.7 per cent in the corresponding period of 2014-15.

Nomura: India’s current account deficit may swing to surplus in Q1 2016

CAD to widen to $ 25 bn in FY17 on gold imports surge: ICRA

The country's current account deficit is likely to widen modestly to $ 25 billion in the current fiscal from $ 20 billion last year on rising demand for gold and sluggishness in exports, a report said today.

CAD to widen to $ 25 bn in FY17 on gold imports surge: ICRA

CAD to be closer to 1.3% of GDP in FY16: India Ratings

The current account deficit for the current fiscal is likely to come in close to 1.3 per cent of the GDP, India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) said today.

CAD to be closer to 1.3% of GDP in FY16: India Ratings

CAD may narrow to 0.7% of GDP in FY16, says Nomura

India's current account deficit is likely to narrow to 0.7 per cent of the GDP in fiscal 2016 from 1.3 per cent in FY15 largely owing to low commodity prices, a Nomura report said today.

CAD may narrow to 0.7% of GDP in FY16, says Nomura

Finance ministry, RBI keeps eye on rupee movement; CAD under control: Shaktikanta Das

With the rupee falling to 67.38 against the US dollar, the Finance Ministry today said it, along with the Reserve Bank, is keeping a close watch on the currency movement...

Finance ministry, RBI keeps eye on rupee movement; CAD under control: Shaktikanta Das

CAD remains in check; likely to be less than $25 bn: Barclays

India's current account deficit (CAD) remains in check and is expected to be lesser than USD 25 billion this fiscal, says a report.

CAD remains in check; likely to be less than $25 bn: Barclays

CAD worsens a shade to 1.6% of GDP

India’s current account deficit (CAD) for the three months to September came in at $8.2 billion or 1.6% of GDP, a shade worse than the $6.2 billion or 1.2% of GDP seen in Q1FY16, reports fe Bureau in New Delhi.

CAD narrows to 1.6% of GDP in Q2

The current account deficit (CAD) narrowed to 1.6 per cent of GDP at $8.2 billion in the second quarter ended September, mainly due to lower trade deficit, said Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

CAD narrows to 1.6% of GDP in Q2

‘US current account narrows sharply in second quarter”

The U.S. current account deficit narrowed more than expected in the second quarter as trade receipts and investment income from abroad increased despite a strong dollar.

CAD to remain comfortable this year: Ind Ra

India's current account deficit is expected to remain "comfortable" in the current fiscal even as it rose sequentially to USD 6.2 billion in the first quarter, says a report.

CAD narrows to 1.2% of GDP, but US dollar inflows fall

India’s current account deficit (CAD) narrowed to $6.2 billion or 1.2% of gross domestic product (GDP) in April-June of 2015-16, from $7.8 billion or 1.6% of GDP a year ago, data from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) showed

Higher services exports narrow CAD to 1.2% of GDP in Q1

The current account deficit narrowed to 1.2 per cent of GDP at USD 6.2 billion in the June quarter on contraction in trade deficit and higher earnings from services exports, the Reserve Bank said today.

Higher services exports narrow CAD to 1.2% of GDP in Q1

Current account deficit likely to widen in June quarter: DBS Report

India's current account deficit (CAD) is likely to widen in the June quarter to 1.8-2.0 per cent of GDP while for the current financial year, it is likely to remain under control, says a DBS report.

Current account deficit likely to widen in June quarter: DBS Report
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