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Managing growth and inflation is a challenge, says Former ED, RBI
The conference also witnessed a panel discussions on the topic 'Mutual Funds - opportunities and cautions ... Sundaram AMC), Aarati Krishnan (The Hindu Business Lines and Value Research Pvt. Ltd.) and Mitu Samar (Founder, Eminence Panel Moderator.

Demonetisation hits RBI's 'seigniorage': SBI Research - Hindu Business Line
Demonetisation has caused net loss to RBI's seigniorage โ€” the profit accruing from currency issuances and liquidity operations โ€” besides increasing the cost of printing notes, says an SBI Research report. On November 8 last year, the government had&nbsp.

'Go for value addition to lower steel imports' - Hindu Business Line
India should cut down its dependence on special steel product imports through value addition and form JVs with global leaders for technological know-how, Union Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh said today. ... automotive steel and other special steels.

Policies that will help farmers strike it rich - Hindu Business Line
Inputs: Cost of inputs can be minimised by ensuring zero tax on all participants of the value chain of manufacturing the input so as to have a low end-cost of finished product, ensuring early release of subsidies to the companies or the farmers so that.

'Recovery in cyclical stocks round the corner' - Hindu Business Line
There are many triggers for the market's recent highs but beware of manipulation in a few mid-cap pockets, says Lalit Nambiar, Executive Vice-President, Fund Manager (Equities), UTI Mutual Fund, in this interview with BusinessLine. Excerpts: With the&nbsp.

Dollar treads water; sterling soars to 1-year high - Hindu Business Line
quot;Covering of dollar short positions created by macro-driven funds has been rapid and aggressive under such conditions.โ€ The euro added to modest gains the previous day and was last up 0.1 percent at $1.1984. Bitcoin was down almost 5 per cent, just.

Why firms are growing fond of bonds - Hindu Business Line
With banks tightening lending norms due to rising incidence of bad loans and wilful defaulters, Indian corporates looking to raise money are increasingly turning to bonds. The appetite for bonds rose multi-fold this fiscal, with 266 companies mopping.

Rupee trading strong at 64.11 - Hindu Business Line
The rupee was trading strong at 64.11 as the dollar weakened globally after the US Federal Reserve kept policy rates unchanged. According to dealers, increased selling of the American currency by exporters and banks also supported the upmove.

At 5.7%, Q1 GDP growth slumps to 3-year low - Hindu Business Line
Briefing reporters, Chief Statistician TCA Anant said the main factor for the drop in GDP growth rate was a sharp fall in 'industry' performance. But it would be incorrect to attribute the fall in manufacturing Gross Value Added growth to the.

'Make India innovation-centric' - Hindu Business Line
Innovation and research and development have a vital role in enhancing India's manufacturing capabilities and sharpening its competitiveness, said Kalpana Awasthi, Director General, National Productivity Council, in her address at the 7th edition of.

GDP growth may slow down to 6% in April-June quarter : HSBC - Hindu Business Line
India's economic growth is likely to remain โ€œsoftโ€ and the GDP is expected to grow by 6 per cent in April-June quarter, down from 6.1 per cent in the preceding quarter, says an HSBC report. According to the global financial services major, higher.

Should you sell gold now or wait?
Laksmi Iyer, head (fixed income & products), Kotak Mutual Fund ... value for gold coins and bars with 24-carat and 22-carat purity. Therefore, only short-term players can make use of this opportunity. Dhirendra Kumar, chief executive at Value Research.

How They Saved The India Story
How They Saved The India Story The politicians,bureaucrats,bankers and regulators who managed the crisis speak at length for the first time to the Sunday Express. Written by P Vaidyanathan Iyer.

Rupee dips further to touch 64.66 - Hindu Business Line
The rupee on Tuesday weakened further by a steep 16 paise to close at 64.66 a dollar on sustained demand for the US currency from banks and importers. Fresh capital outflows against the backdrop of volatile global situation coupled with Fed rate hike.

Rupee's strength likely to be capped - Hindu Business Line
It was a volatile week for the rupee. As expected, the currency fell sharply last week breaking below the support at 65.20. It touched a six-month low of 65.89 on Thursday. The pace of fall was threatening to drag it below 66. However, the rupee made a.