India: A Macro-Economic Perspective

2015-16 Round up

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The Quarterly India Macro-economic Summary analyses the key factors impacting the economic growth of the country. The publication also contains an in-depth analysis on inflation, monetary policy, industrial growth, fiscal and current account deficit, foreign investments, banking, and foreign exchange reserves.

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India–A Macro-Economic Perspective, 2015–2016India: A Macro-Economic PerspectiveIndian Economy: Key Highlights2016-2017: Economic OutlookIndian Economy: Key HighlightsIndian GDP grew by 7.6 per cent in 2015-16Led by Manufacturing, Industry growth acceleratedEfforts to Revive Infrastructural Investment Cycle have shown Limited Results Service Sector lost Momentum in 2015-16Service Sector Remains the Major Contributor to GDPIndustrial Output fell through 2015Rising food inflation – a worrying factorRBI Policy Rates – At Status QuoFiscal Deficit touched 88 percent of the 2015-15 EstimateExports contracted for the 13th consecutive monthCurrent Account Deficit at 1.6 per cent of GDP duringSeptember 2015 quarterIndia amongst the Top 10 FDI Destinations in the WorldReserve Bank of India to contain Rupee VolatilityNon-food Credit remained Subdued




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