Land of no growth
The lockdown extension may have been crucial, but the collateral damage to India’s GDP will take its own time to repair
April 25, 2020
The FM can’t deliver the moon, but surely she should have tried harder than snips here and tucks there
N Mahalakshmi - February 01, 2020
“First, Do No Harm” Budget
The current budget will not harm the economy but the 10% nominal GDP growth and tax receipts projected for FY21 may be a tad optimistic
Deep Narayan Mukherjee - February 01, 2020
"We ought to be a bit more careful in attributing everything to the economy"
Edited excerpts from conversations with the chief economic advisor, Krishnamurthy Subramanian, on the state of the economy
V Keshavdev - October 01, 2019
Can further rate cuts revive investor sentiment?
As the economy weakens, pressure is building on the central bank for another rate reduction
September 11, 2019
Public sector banks make little of the credit growth seen in the MSME segment over the past five years
April 11, 2019
“Digitising new sectors could create $10bn-$150bn economic value by 2025”
In a new study, McKinsey Global Institute notes how digital technology can transform traditional business
Shruti Venkatesh - March 28, 2019
Politics of economic policy
Can India’s economic destiny ever be freed from political ideology and opportunism?
Asha Menon - January 17, 2019
Is the revival in GDP growth sustainable?
Q1FY19 has logged GDP growth of 8.2%, kindling hopes of an economic revival
September 12, 2018
“Macros are, generally, looking positive, except the situation around crude and deficit”
Insights from the country's leading wealth advisors from Outlook Business' 6th annual private wealth roundtable, Upper Crest- Part 1
November 13, 2017