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Union Budget 2012

The problems in India now are largely homegrown with greater perceived political inertia and lower flexibility in using fiscal and monetary policies to counter the economic moderation. It is hoped that the Budget for would look to correct these anomalies and send the right signals. Considering the weak macro trends, the investors are looking up to the government to relay its commitment to revive growth outlook with budgetary measures and using the fiscal policy as a tool for sustainable growth and development keeping in mind economic reforms. We list the expectations from the budget and analyse the trends.

Currency Matters
India: Rupee - Limited further upside

The rupee has gained some lost ground in 2012; however, further upside for the rupee is restricted and the weakness is likely to continue. The document highlights the reasons for the same.

Capital Markets/ Economy
India: Will 2012 be the year of the Bull?

After a long list of negative headlines, the long list of what can go wrong on Dalal Street is now well known to the investors; however, positive triggers are eagerly awaited for the markets to regain lost ground.

Currency Matters/ Economy
Rupee - An Important Signal for Investors

The rupee is an important signal for investors to look into while determining the direction for the Indian economy and the broader proponents of the capital markets. The document helps you to decipher the trend in the economy looking at the direction of the Rupee.

India: Downward bias in growth forecast

The RBI has been able to curb the demand side of inflation; however, the government has been unable to find a sustainable solution to deal with the supply side constraints. The domestic factors seem to have added to the adverse impacts of the debt crisis that looms over Europe and the rest of the world.

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