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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Sajjid Z. Chinoy

The writer is chief India economist, J.P. Morgan.

Beyond economic band-aid
Sat, Aug 31, 2019

Stimulative impact of RBI transfer is lower than presumed. Sustained reforms remain key

Budget is well-intentioned on the big themes. But execution will be key
Sat, Jul 06, 2019

All told, the budget has performed an artful balancing act against a difficult macro backdrop. The big themes — financial, external, fiscal — are all well-intentioned. Now, the authorities must walk the talk with equal skill.

The budget’s dilemma
Wed, Jul 03, 2019

Fiscal tightening will accentuate growth slowdown, fiscal stimulus will hurt monetary transmission. There is a third way.

There is no space for an inadvertent confluence of fiscal, regulatory, monetary easing
Fri, Jan 11, 2019

Policymakers have done well in the last few years to ensure macroeconomic stability. They must not now give in to the clamour for fiscal, monetary and regulatory easing.

Plunging to reality
Fri, Feb 09, 2018

Global markets are finally reconciling themselves to the fact that the goldilocks story of 2017 was always too good to be true.

Pause before you leap
Sat, Sep 30, 2017

Economy could be in a temporary supply shock. Fiscal stimulus will only accentuate external imbalances

Boom, bust
Wed, Apr 19, 2017

Current buoyancy in global markets is misleading. Structural flaws have not been corrected, economic nationalism is surging and we could be heading towards an economic malaise

A strong foundation
Tue, Jul 19, 2016

India has institutionalised its monetary policy framework in two years; this has to be taken to its logical conclusion

Well left, Finance Minister
Tue, Mar 01, 2016

A batsman’s mettle is judged more by the deliveries he lets go. FM does well to resist the lure of spending recklessly in the name of growth

Sell to spend
Tue, Jan 26, 2016

Asset sales are the way for government to protect credibility while avoiding procyclical fiscal stance

No more hand holding
Wed, Nov 11, 2015

If there is to be competitive federalism, borrowing costs for states with varying deficits can’t be the same.

Gross Deflator Problem
Tue, Sep 08, 2015

GDP deceleration is a statistical quirk. Inability of numbers to capture growth will have consequences.

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