Articles by Ashokamithran T
The index came into existence in 1995 and Nifty 50 has changed over this period
Nifty came into existence on 22 April 1996, trading with the value of 3 November 1995 as base. It comprises stocks of 50 companies representative of the market
The government’s balancing act between inflation and fiscal prudence could become even more difficult
A look at what the decision to decrease LPG cylinder price by ₹200 may mean.
While India becoming the third largest economy in the new few years is almost a given, it will take more than GDP growth for India to become a developed country
A look at why the decision to impose an import license on computers, if implemented intelligently, may not be a bad move
India's manufacturing activity expanded in July, with the Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) at 57.7, slightly lower than June's reading of 57.8. New orders increased, leading to an increase in production and employment. Input costs were at a nine-month high, leading to higher selling prices. Despite a seasonal slowdown, Barclays maintains its GDP growth forecast of 7.2% for 2023-24.
The centre’s Gross Tax Revenue, as per the provisional numbers for 2022-23, is Rs.30.5 lakh crore, marginally higher than the given in the Revised Estimates.
The seasonally adjusted manufacturing PMI rose from 57.2 in April to 58.7 in May, the highest value since October 2020
The Union government released important economic data including GDP numbers, fiscal figures, and core sector index. What do these numbers tell us?
RBI's annual report shows a 47% increase in its total income, which led to a higher dividend payment to the Centre and an increase in contingency requirements
The world is expected to invest $1.74 trillion (2022 prices) in clean energy in 2023, 1.7 times the money which will go in fossil fuel investments.