• Inflation
    facing of raising inflation rate. Compared to the other countries, India ranks 206 out of 222 in 2010 with 12% inflation rate (Inflation rate, 2011). Such a high inflation rate is not only affecting the country’s growth. India’s GDP per capita for 2010 was $3500 distressing the large population with...
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  • Inflation in India
    2.1 Causes of inflation in India 4 2.1.1 Shortage of food 4 2.1.2 Population rise. 4 2.1.3Weak Indian rupee. 4 2.2 Impact of inflation in India 5 2.2.1 Low standard of living 5 2.2.2 high transportation cost 5 2.2.3 High interest Rate 5 2.2.4 Unemployment. 6 2.3.5 Import and...
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  • Econs
    against the decrease in veggie prices. Four months after the incident, the annual wholesale inflation rate of potato has an increase of up to 53 per cent. The inflation rate was even steeper in the markets, which caused much shock to citizens of India who consume veggies almost every day. Onions were...
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  • The Indian Economy
    and long term. Therefore the focus is to consider reducing and stabilising inflation, restructure and increase employment and return the budget to surplus. Debt The current Government Debt in India is around 60% of GDP (TradingEconomics.com 2011; CIA 2010) which puts debt near $1 trillion US...
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  • Inflation
    Latest news Inflation remains a serious concern in India with the Consumer Price Index (CPI)-based inflation rising for the fifth consecutive month in February. At 10.9% from a year ago, consumer price inflation in India is the second highest among major economies—we still have some way to go...
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  • Exchange rate system in India
    price for which one currency can be exchanged for another. If the U.S. dollar exchange rate for the Indian Rupee is Rs. 63, this means that one American Dollar can be exchanged for 63 Indian Rupees. INFLATION IN INDIA INFLATION RATE 2001 3.77% 2002 4.31% 2003 3.81% 2004 3.77% 2005...
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  • inflation
    double-digit increase in food inflation, with signs of inflation spreading to various other sectors as well. The Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, however, expressed his optimism in March 2010 about an imminent easing of Indian wholesale price index-based inflation, on the back of...
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  • Inflation
    . EFFECTS OF INFLATION 4 .INFLATIONARY TRENDS LAST FIVE YEAR IN INDIA 5. INFLATION TREND AND IMPACT OF MONETARY POLICY 6. STEP TAKEN BY RBI ON INFLATION 7. CRITICALLY EVALUATION OF STEPS TAKEN BY RBI 8. METHODOLOGY 9. REFERENCE 10. CONCLUSION 1. MEANING AND DEFINITION OF INFLATION Inflation...
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  • The Effect of Fiscal Deficit on Whole Sale Price Index in India
    working on this project and completing our report. Thank you. INtroduction For the last several years the GDP of India has been growing rapidly. The real GDP growth of India averaged 8.5% in the five years ending March 2010. But at the same time food price inflation and consumer price inflation...
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  • synopsis
       How do you see India’s economy now and in the immediate future? There is a perception within India that our economy is in shambles. High inflation, a low GDP, a weak currency, and a rising current account deficit (CAD) are some of the usual reasons that come up when one claims...
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  • Inflation
    b. Controlling Wages to keep down costs c. Price- Control and Rationing CONCLUSION: Understanding in the right manner inflation is such a situation when too many people chase too few goods and too few services and seeing the present scenario in India , it can be said that curbing it is somehow difficult but not an impossible task....
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  • Inflationary Measures in India
    year ended on the given week) is calculated based on the above method using Wholesale price index of the given week and Wholesale price index of the week one year before. This is how we get weekly inflation rates in India. Conclusion: In reality, low inflation rate and upward economic growth is...
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  • Impact of Inflation and Interest Rates on Gdp, India
    Program & Batch: | PGDM 2013-15 | Term: | I | Course Name: | BUSINESS STATISTICS | Name of the faculty: | GUNJAN MALHOTRA | Topic/ Title : | THE IMPACT OF INFLATION RATE AND INTEREST RATE ON REAL GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT OF INDIA | Original or Revised Write-up: | ORIGINAL | Group...
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  • Rising Inflation
    Rising inflation Inflation in India – Nature and Magnitude If it all there is a dream in the minds of India’s policy makers and RBI, it is to conquer the unflinching inflation. Of course in a candid tone we can say that it is a pipe dream at least in the context of current times. Inflation needs...
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  • Futures
    . Here, some of the key points from relevant papers have been presented in a concise manner. The Role of Futures Market in Aggravating Commodity Price Inflation and the Future of Commodity Futures in India: Sushismita Bose This paper by Sushismita Bose explores the role and behavior of different types...
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  • Economics Report of India
    , the level of growth and the productivity of India can be measured and the trends can be predicted. As a conclusion, India does not achieve macroeconomic objectives. Its inflation rate and unemployment rate are still high and continuing to increases. The current account of India also still weak and...
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  • Macroeconomics
    : Phillips curve shows relations between unemployment and inflation Okun’s law shows relations between unemployment and GDP Task The aim of this report is to describe and evaluate the macroeconomic situation for the last 12 years in a given country, in this case India, to analyze how macroeconomic...
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  • Relationship Between Inflation and Economic Growth
    than that of growth to changes in inflation rates. These findings have important policy implications. In this study, the inflation-growth nexus in India has been systematically analyzed. The important conclusion is that any increase in inflation from the previous period negatively affects growth...
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  • Impact of Inflation
    - domestic factors Effects of inflation- Control measures adopted in India Conclusion (with future perspective) Inflation A persistent rise in prices in an economy over a period of time is referred to as inflation. Inflation or rate of inflation is the percentage change in overall price level...
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  • Smartphone Investment Plan
    Infrastructure ………………………………………………………………… 10 3. Risks 3.1 Inflation Risk ………………………………………………………………… 12 3.2 Global Uncertainty Risk …………………………………………… 14 4. Conclusion...
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