ECONOMIC REFORMS

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Loss of many listed companies plunges to Rs 36,500 crore

Many of the listed companies of India except financials and oil and gas companies reported a combined net loss for the first time in the past 15 years while their net sales contracted for the first time in four years in Q2 that is July-September quarter. The bottom line slipped into the red due to record losses posted by mobile operators during Q2.

The decline in sales is attributed to slackness in demand in the domestic economy. This also clouds the earnings outlook for the forthcoming quarters. Listed companies’, excluding financials and oil and gas, combined earnings plunge 68 per cent YoY to Rs 36,500 crore.

18 Nov 2019
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Moody’s prediction on growth rate of India’s economy

Though the government is continuously grappling with the pressure of taking measure to accelerate the growth rate of the country as leading rating agency Moody’s has also predicted the growth rate of the country for 2019-20 financial year below 6 per cent that is 5.8 per cent.

Moody’s is of the view that due to some factors impacting for long term the slowdown in Indian economy is likely to be dragged for a slightly longer time. Even Reserve Bank of India in its appraisal meeting for monetary policy in the current fiscal reduced 6.1 per cent.

Moody’s in its report says that the main reason behind slow down is slump in investment which has brought down the number of employment. This has also impacted consumption in the rural area. There are several reasons for slowdown some are domestic but some of them are going to have long-term impact.  

11 Oct 2019
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Loss of many listed companies plunges to Rs 36,500 crore

By IndianMandarins 18 Nov 2019

Many of the listed companies of India except financials and oil and gas companies reported a combined net loss for the first time in the past 15 years while their net sales contracted for the first time in four years in Q2 that is July-September quarter. The bottom line slipped into the red due to record losses posted by mobile operators during Q2.

The decline in sales is attributed to slackness in demand in the domestic economy. This also clouds the earnings outlook for the forthcoming quarters. Listed companies’, excluding financials and oil and gas, combined earnings plunge 68 per cent YoY to Rs 36,500 crore.

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Moody’s prediction on growth rate of India’s economy

By IndianMandarins 11 Oct 2019

Though the government is continuously grappling with the pressure of taking measure to accelerate the growth rate of the country as leading rating agency Moody’s has also predicted the growth rate of the country for 2019-20 financial year below 6 per cent that is 5.8 per cent.

Moody’s is of the view that due to some factors impacting for long term the slowdown in Indian economy is likely to be dragged for a slightly longer time. Even Reserve Bank of India in its appraisal meeting for monetary policy in the current fiscal reduced 6.1 per cent.

Moody’s in its report says that the main reason behind slow down is slump in investment which has brought down the number of employment. This has also impacted consumption in the rural area. There are several reasons for slowdown some are domestic but some of them are going to have long-term impact.  

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GST collection reaches Rs one lakh crore mark

By IndianMandarins 02 Nov 2018

Monthly GST collections breached the Rs 1-lakh-crore mark for the second time since its launch in July 2017 for September (collected in October), giving the Centre some hope that the wide revenue gap against its budget target could be narrowed in the second half of the fiscal. While the latest figure is about 4% higher than the average of the first seven months of the fiscal and analysts said it may have reflected the tax’s stabilisation and increased compliance due to anti-evasion steps like e-way bill, the fact that September was the deadline for final settlement of last year’s tax liabilities might have also boosted collections. It remains to be seen if the latest spurt heralded a sustainable trend.

 

GST revenue had last crossed the Rs 1-lakh-crore threshold for March 2018 (collected in April), again a settlement month.

 

The government said: “The total gross GST revenue collected in October 2018 is Rs 1,00,710 crore of which central GST is Rs 16,464 crore, state GST is Rs 22,826 crore, IGST is Rs 53,419 crore (including Rs 26,908 crore collected on imports) and cess is Rs 8,000 crore (including Rs 955 crore collected on imports). The total number of GSTR 3B returns filed for September up to October 31, 2018, is 67.45 lakh.”

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