fiscal deficit

Double Whammy: Low capital expenditure, high revenue expenditure make economic turnaround difficult

Economic Slowdown: Modi government's capital expenditure has registered a decline during the first four months of this fiscal, both in terms of absolute numbers as well as a percentage of the budget estimate for the year.

Double Whammy: Low capital expenditure, high revenue expenditure make economic turnaround difficult

Modi govt’s market borrowings touch Rs 3 lakh crore in first four months

Market borrowings: the Union government has pegged its market borrowings to be Rs 4.48 lakh crore in this fiscal.

Modi govt’s market borrowings touch Rs 3 lakh crore in first four months

Modi’s uphill task: Find more to meet fiscal deficit target as RBI cash transfer may fall short

Prime Minister Modi is facing the classic challenge of reviving the economy while maintaining the path of fiscal consolidation.

Modi’s uphill task: Find more to meet fiscal deficit target as RBI cash transfer may fall short

Budget 2018: IMF welcomes fiscal budget targets set by Arun Jaitley

"We really haven't had a chance to fully assess it. But, that said we welcome the fiscal 2019 budget targets, which has a fiscal deficit of 3.3 per cent of GDP which in our view returns budget to a path of gradual fiscal cons

Budget 2018: IMF welcomes fiscal budget targets set by Arun Jaitley

Govt’s fiscal deficit target may change to a ‘range’: Nomura Group

Government's fiscal deficit target of 3 per cent by next financial year could be changed to a "range" post a committee's recommendations on the country's fiscal roadmap, says a Nomura report.

Govt’s fiscal deficit target may change to a ‘range’: Nomura Group

Brazil’s primary deficit could reach 150 billion reais – minister

Brazil's fiscal deficit prior to debt interest payments could reach 150 billion reais ($42.10 billion) this year as revenues collapse amid a crippling recession economy, Finance Minister Henrique Meirelles said on Wednesday.

Brazil’s primary deficit could reach 150 billion reais – minister

Fiscal deficit targets: Why Centre’s leeway to states is of little use

Most states, it appears, would not be able to exercise benefits of the extra fiscal borrowing space the Centre is providing, as it is likely going to be a tightrope for them, considering the conditions they need to fulfill.

Fiscal deficit targets: Why Centre’s leeway to states is of little use

Fiscal deficit target for FY16 has been met, says Centre

The government on Friday said the FY16 fiscal deficit target of 3.9% of the GDP has been achieved, but not before reducing Plan expenditure by Rs 7,197 crore...

Fiscal deficit target for FY16 has been met, says Centre

State govts likely to run wider fiscal deficit in FY17: HSBC

State governments are likely to run wider fiscal deficit in financial year 2016-17 because of higher interest bill and wage hike pressures, an HSBC report said today.

State govts likely to run wider fiscal deficit in FY17: HSBC

Comforted by fiscal deficit target, RBI governor mum on rate cut

Silent on possible easing of monetary policy in the next review in April, Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan on Saturday...

RBI policy needs to be inflation, fiscal deficit driven: SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya

The RBI needs to take into account the benign inflation as well as the government's commitment on fiscal discipline next fiscal while formulating its monetary policy...

RBI policy needs to be inflation, fiscal deficit driven: SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya

Budget 2016 Top View: Nothing much for Make in India initiative

Budget 2016: The finance minister’s endeavour to maintain the fiscal deficit target at 3.5% is very commendable. The way the finance minister defined the pillars of his Budget gives a very clear picture on what are the clea

Budget 2016 Top View: Nothing much for Make in India initiative

Budget 2016: Govt to take balanced view on fiscal deficit target, says CEA Arvind Subramanian

Budget 2016: Government is open to the idea of going in for higher fiscal deficit to propel growth in the upcoming Budget and will take a balanced view after considering various factors, Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subraman

Budget 2016: Govt to take balanced view on fiscal deficit target, says CEA Arvind Subramanian

Budget 2016: Government to take ‘balanced’ view on fiscal deficit target

The government will take a "balanced" view on the fiscal deficit target for 2016-17 after taking into account the growth needs and market borrowing constraints, economic affairs secretary...

Fiscal deficit at 88% of FY16 target in Apr-Dec

Continued buoyancy in indirect taxes, curbs on expenditure help contain deficit at Rs 4.88 lakh crore

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