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  • Markets factoring in earnings growth in teens, GDP can hit 9% by 2023: UBS: This growth in corporate earnings, UBS believes, can come about if the real gross domestic product (GDP) grows at 8 per cent-plus http://tinyurl.com/y6x4s7me

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  • NYAY implemented without additional taxes on middle class to cost 1.2-1.5 per cent of GDP: Manmohan Singh: The former PM added that the economic stimulus that NYAY will provide will further help in fiscal discipline http://bit.ly/2GrEFut

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  • Will Brent crude hit $80 or $60 first?: For India, which imports some 80 per cent of its requirement of crude oil, the price of a barrel matters for its GDP growth, and hence, for its stock http://bit.ly/2GrCyHo

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  • Issuance of govt bonds jumps to Rs 64k cr from Rs 15k cr in FY19: Report: This borrowings are estimated to have accounted for 0.34 percent of GDP for FY19 as compared to 0.09 percent of GDP for FY18 http://bit.ly/2GedG5u

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  • Issuance of Govt bonds surges to ₹64,192 crore in FY19: ICRA: Such borrowings are estimated to have accounted for 0.34 per cent of GDP for FY2019,compared to 0.09 per cent of GDP for FY2018 http://bit.ly/2GhTGz8

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  • China GDP lifts yuan; ringgit eases on outflow concerns: Most Asian currencies had initially firmed over China#39;s better-than-expected first quarter GDP figures, but later retreated. A revival of the Chinese economy is considered beneficial for regional economies and gl http://bit.ly/2GgKU4m

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  • Gold near 4-month low as China GDP fuels risk sentiment: Gold has fallen by over 5 per cent from February high http://bit.ly/2GjU9AV

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  • Gold near four-month low as China GDP fuels risk sentiment: Spot gold was steady at $1,276.36 per ounce as of 0324 GMT, after having fallen as much as 1.2 percent to $1,272.70, its lowest since Dec. 27, in the previous session. http://bit.ly/2GvGEhJ

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  • China first-quarter GDP growth steady at 6.4%: Analysts say it is too early to call a sustainable turnaround, and further policy support is likely needed. http://bit.ly/2Ghplk9

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  • China Q1 GDP growth steady at 6.4%, beats expectations for slowdown: China's economy grew at a steady 6.4 per cent pace in the first quarter from a year earlier, defying expectations for a slowdown, as industrial outpu http://bit.ly/2Gntm6v

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  • Banks' lower credit costs to boost GDP: Goldman Sachs : A decline in credit costs of Indian banks is likely to boost the capacity of lenders to extend loans and, in turn, boost growth in the world's fastest http://bit.ly/2PaqVZb

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  • Falling NPAs may boost GDP: Report: The rise in banks' profitability, thanks to a steady decline in dud assets, can give a 0.60-per cent boost to GDP in fiscal 2020, says a report. This http://bit.ly/2PeAfLO

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  • India's real economic dynamo: A silent force that brings in 2% of GDP: India's GDP growth has been better than in the decade before. http://bit.ly/2PaYNVT

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  • Bad loan recoveries, bank recap to boost India's GDP growth: Goldman Sachs: Analysts estimate the decline in costs will raise loan growth by 140 basis points http://bit.ly/2PbQ4mi

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  • India to be fastest-growing economy this year despite risks of global slowdown: RBI Governor: "Real GDP growth is expected to clock 7.2 per cent during 2019-20, the fastest among large economies of the world," Das said. http://bit.ly/2P6WzGZ

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