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ECONOMIC DATA

Movement of Foreign Exchange reserves at the end of month:

JAN 15 : US BILLION $ 322.

FEB 15 : US BILLION $ 334.

MAR 15 : US BILLION $ 340.

APR 15 : US BILLION $ 343.

MAY 15 : US BILLION $ 352.

JUNE 15 : US BILLION $ 355.

JULY 15 : US BILLION $ 353.

AUG 15 : US BILLION $ 355.

SEP 15 : US BILLION $ 352.

OCT 15 : US BILLION $ 351.

NOV 15 : US BILLION $ 352.

DEC 15 : US BILLION $ 351.

JAN 16 : US BILLION $ 347.

FEB 16 : US BILLION $ 350.

MAR 16 : US BILLION $ 359.

APR 16 : US BILLION $ 361.

MAY 16 : US BILLION $ 360. 

JUNE16 : US BILLION $ 360

JULY16 : US BILLION $ 365

AUG16 : US BILLION $ 367

SEP16 : US BILLION $ 371

OCT16 : US BILLION $ 367

NOV16 : US BILLION $ 365

DEC16 : US BILLION $ 359

JAN17 : US BILLION $ 360

FEB17 : US BILLION $ 362

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FPI / FII Investment Details in INDIA (Calendar Year):
2002 : 3678 cr.
2003 : 35135 cr.
2004 : 42048 cr.
2005 : 41663 cr.
2006 : 40588 cr.
2007 : 80914 cr.
2008 : minus 42215 cr.
2009 : 87987 cr.
2010 : 179673 cr.
2011 : 39352 cr.
2012 : 163347 cr.
2013 : 62286 cr.
2014 : 256213 cr.
2015 : 63663 cr.

2016 : MINUS 23079 cr.


IN 2015 INDIA received lower inflows to the tune of about 1 lac ninety three thousand,crores as compared to 2014.

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IMPORTANT RATES AND DATA AS AT 19/3/2017:


BANK RATE 6.75%


REPO RATE 6.25%


REVERSE REPO RATE 5.75%


MARGINAL STANDING FACILITY 6.75%


CRR 4%


SLR 20.5%

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IIP DATA :

UPDATED ON 13.3.2017

JULY14 :0.5%

AUG14: 0.4%

SEP14:2.5%

OCT14:MINUS 4.2%

NOV14: 3.8%

Dec14: 1.7%

Jan 15 :2 .6%

Feb 15: 5.0 %

Mar 15 : 2.1%

APR15:   3.4%

MAY15: 2.7%

JUNE 15: 3.8%

JULY 15: 4.2%

AUG 15 :6.8%

SEP15    : 3.6%

OCT15:    9.8%

NOV15:  MINUS  3.2%

DEC15:  MINUS  1.2%

JAN16:  MINUS  1.5%

FEB16:    2.0%

MAR16:    0.1%

APR16:  MINUS  0.8%

MAY16:    1.2%

JUNE16:    2.1%

JULY16:    MINUS 2.4%

AUG16:    MINUS 0.7%

SEP16:     0.7%

OCT16:    MINUS 1.9%

DEC16:    MINUS 0.4%

JAN17:    2.7%

 

 

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 Definition of 'Inflation'
The rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising, and, subsequently, purchasing power is falling. Central banks attempt to stop severe inflation, along with severe deflation.
Explanation of 'Inflation'
As inflation rises, every Rupee will buy a smaller percentage of a goods.

DEFINITION OF 'CONSUMER PRICE INDEX - CPI'
A measure that examines the weighted average of prices of a basket of consumer goods and services, such as transportation, food and medical care. The CPI is calculated by taking price changes for each item in the predetermined basket of goods and averaging them; the goods are weighted according to their importance. Changes in CPI are used to assess price changes associated with the cost of living.

Sometimes referred to as "headline inflation."

Core Inflation is a measure which excludes transitory or temporary price volatility as in the case of some commodities such as food items, energy products etc.

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INFLATION DATA BASED ON CPI  :

 

UPDATED ON 12.3.2017

 

JULY14         :7.96%

AUG14           : 7.7%

SEP14             :6.5%

OCT14             :5.52%

NOV14              :4.3%

DEC14               :5.0%

Jan 15                 :5.11%

Feb 15                 :5.37%

Mar 15                 :5.17%

Apr15                  :4.87%

MAY15               : 5.01%

JUNE15               :5.40%

JULY15               :3.78%

AUG 15                :3.66%

SEP15                    : 4.41%

OCT15                  : 5.00%

NOV 15               :  5.41%

DEC 15               :  5.61%

JAN 16               :  5.69%

FEB 16               :  5.18%

MAR 16               :  4.83%

APRIL 16            :  5.39%

MAY 16            :  5.76%

JUNE 16            :  5.77%

JULY 16            :  6.07%

AUG 16            :  5.05%

SEP 16            :  4.31%

OCT 16            :  4.20%

NOV 16            :  3.63%

DEC16              :   3.41%

JAN17              :   3.17%

FEB17              :   3.65%

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INFLATION DATA BASED ON WPI  :

 

UPDATED ON 15.3.2017

 

JULY14         :5.19%

AUG14           : 3.74%

SEP14             :2.38%

OCT14             :1.66%

NOV14              : 0.0%.

Dec14               :MINUS 0.55%

JAN15               :MINUS 0.39%

FEB15               :MINUS 2.06%

MAR15              :MINUS 2.33%

APR15                :MINUS 2.65%

MAY15              :MINUS 2.36%

JUNE14              :MINUS 2.40%

JULY 15              :MINUS 4.05%

AUG  15              :MINUS 4.95%

SEP    15              :MINUS 4.45%

OCT    15              :MINUS 3.81%

NOV    15              :MINUS 1.99%

DEC    15              :MINUS 0.73%

JAN    16              :MINUS 0.90%

FEB    16              :MINUS 0.91%

MAR    16              :MINUS 0.85%

APRIL    16          : 0.34%

MAY      16          : 0.8%

JUNE    16          : 1.6%

JULY    16          : 3.55%

AUG 16            :  3.74%

SEP 16            :  3.57%

OCT 16            :  3.39%

NOV 16            :  3.15%

DEC16              :   3.39%

JAN17              :   5,25%

FEB17              :   6.5%

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TRADE DATA  (Updated on 15/12/2016)

 

DATA FOR NOV 2016

Exports: $ 20.0bn

Imports: $33.0 bn

Trade deficit : $13 bn

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BANKING DATA AS AT 3/03/2017:


YOY(YEAR ON YEAR) GROWTH IN TOTAL DEPOSITS IS 12.6%
,
YOY(YEAR ON YEAR) GROWTH IN TOTAL ADVANCES(LOANS) IS 4.1% 

YEAR ON YEAR MEANS PERCENT GROWTH OVER DATA AS ON 4/03/2016.(LAST YEAR).

LOW GROWTH IN CREDIT IS NOW MAJOR CONCERN FOR BANKS.

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Definition of 'Fiscal Deficit'
When a government's total expenditures exceed the revenue that it generates (excluding money from borrowings). 
 Deficit is a shortfall in revenue; 

 

Definition of 'Current Account Deficit'

A measurement of a country’s trade in which the value of goods and services it imports exceeds the value of goods and services it exports. The current account also includes net income, such as interest and dividends, as well as transfers, such as foreign aid, though these components tend to make up a smaller percentage of the current account than exports and imports. The current account is a calculation of a country’s foreign transactions, and along with the capital account is a component of a country’s balance of payment.

What is the difference between Balance of Payments and Balance of Trade?

Balance of payments should be distinguished from balance of trade.

Balance of trade refers to the export and import of visible items, i.e., material goods. It is the difference between the value of visible exports and imports.

Visible items are those items which are recorded in the customs returns; for example, material goods exported and imported.

If the value of visible exports is greater than that of visible imports, the balance of trade is favourable.

If the value of visible imports is greater than that of visible exports the balance of trade is unfavourable;

if the value of visible exports is equal to that of visible imports, the balance of trade is in equilibrium.



Balance of payments, on the other hand, is a more comprehensive concept because it covers (a) visible items (i.e., balance of trade or merchandise account) and (b) invisible items.

Invisible items are those items which are not recorded in the customs returns; for example, services (such as transpiration, banking, insurance, etc.), capital flows, purchase and sale of gold, etc.

Thus, balance of payments is a broader term than balance of trade; balance of payments includes both visible as well as invisible items, whereas balance of trade includes only visible items.

 

Per Capita Income:

2011-12:::::::::Rs 64316.
2012-13:::::::::Rs 71593.
2013-14:::::::::Rs 80388.

Size Of Economy:
( in Rs lakh crores)

2011-12:::::::::88.32.
2012-13:::::::::99.88
2013-14:::::::::113.40

Real GDP Growth:
2011-12:::::::::6.7%
2012-13:::::::::5.1%
2013-14:::::::::6.9%

 

GDP Q1 2014-15:  6.7%

GDP Q2 2014-15:8.4%

GDP Q3 2014-15:6.6%

GDP Q4 2014-15 :7.5%

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GDP Q1 2015-16:  7.2%

GDP Q2 2015-16:7.4%

GDP Q3 2015-16:7.3%

GDP Q4 2015-16:7.9%

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GDP Q1 2016-17:  7.1%

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 GDP for 2014-15 : 7.3%

GDP for 2015-16 : 7.6%

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GDP GROWTH DATA BASED ON REVISED BASE 2011-12:

F. Y. 2012-13: 5.1%.
F.Y. 2013-14: 6.9%.

 ON 30/01/2015 GOVT OF INDIA DECIDED TO REVISE  AND ADOPT A New base for GDP calculation ,it will be 2011-12.

What Is GDP:

Gross Domestic Product or GDP represents the total value of all final goods and services produced within a country's borders within a particular time period, typically a year.

Real And Nominal GDP:
Nominal GDP is calculated at current prices and does not factor in inflation. Real GDP is GDP adjusted for inflation.

SHARE OF SECTORS IN GDP GROWTH:

Agriculture:
2011-12:::::::::18.40%
2012-13:::::::::18.00%
2013-14:::::::::18.00%
Industry:
2011-12:::::::::23.70%
2012-13:::::::::23.30%
2013-14:::::::::22.40%
Services:
2011-12:::::::::57.90%
2012-13:::::::::58.70%
2013-14:::::::::59.60%