India GDP LIVE Updates | CARE Ratings- As the revenue and expenditure numbers are now juxtaposed against the revised budgetary numbers, the position looks comfortable. The fiscal deficit target of 9.5% will be met and can be bettered in case there is any rationalization of expenditure in March. Revenue collections though short in income, corporate and GST has been compensated for by higher excise collections.
India GDP LIVE Updates | India’s gross domestic product (GDP) in the third quarter of FY21 rose marginally at 0.4 percent, in line with expectations, reaffirming that the economy had managed to exit the coronavirus pandemic-led slump by 2020-end, according to official data released by the National Statistical Office on February 26.
The GDP for FY21 is expected to shrink by a slightly larger margin of 8 percent, according to the government’s updated official forecast.
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India GDP LIVE Updates | FY21 GVA growth seen at -6.5 percent vs CNBC-TV18 poll of -6.7 percent
India GDP LIVE Updates | Q3FY21 GDP growth at 0.4% vs -7.5% (QoQ)
India GDP LIVE Updates | FY21 GDP is seen contracting 8 percent
India GDP LIVE Updates | India Q3 GDP is 0.4 percent
India GDP Live Updates | January’s 8 core industries growth at 0.1 percent vs 0.2 percent in December. As for April -January, the 8 core industries output at -8.8 vs 0.8 percent year-on-year.
India GDP LIVE Updates | April-January Fiscal Deficit Data year-on-year (Source: CNBC)
India GDP Data LIVE Updates | January fiscal deficit at Rs 75,500 crore vs Rs 53,700 crore (YoY) (CNBC-TV18)
india GDP Data LIVE Updates | April-January fiscal deficit at Rs 12.34 Lakh Crore Vs Rs 9.85 Lakh Crore (YoY) (CNBC-TV18)
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