Covid-19 Pandemic Has Left 97 Percent Indians Poorer: CMIE

Nearly 55% Indians categorically stated that they were worse off than they were a year ago.

India Looks For Recovery Roadmap After Worst GDP Fall Since Independence

The country’s GDP had dwindled by 24.38 percent in the first quarter of 2020-21. It had bet on a household-consumption economic revival that may now take much longer to show results.

India’s Credit Rating Moves Perilously Close To “Junk” Grade

India’s investment grade sovereign rating is now the lowest with a negative outlook from all three major global agencies – S&P, Fitch and Moody’s with warnings to downgrade as low as the “junk category”.

7.35 Million Laid Off In April: Covid-19 Fury Pushes India’s Job Market To The Brink Of Collapse

The second wave of the Coronavirus seems to be interconnected with government complacency and driven by poor data collection.

India’s Deadly Second Covid Wave Is Wreaking Economic Havoc Worth Billions Every Week

The India’s record-breaking second Covid-19 wave, which threatens to derail the global economic recovery, has now put the international community on Red Alert.

Aon Warning: Don’t Expect A Bigger Pay Hike Than This In 2021

The Union Budget brings the prospect of Pay hike through a revamped 7th Pay Commission. There’s something for everyone, but Tech and Pharma are winners.

Modi Govt’s Stimulus 3.0 For The Ailing Indian Economy: What’s In It For You?

Third time is the charm. But in economics, it also suggests dismal failure of the first two attempts. Can the finance minister pull the country out of the crisis?

Donald Trump, Narendra Modi, And The Power Of Rhetoric

Donald Trump and Narendra Modi are kindred politicians. Here’s a compilation of the absurdities uttered by these powerful men in the wake of the COVID-19 catastrophe, along with the unveiled, un-warped truths.

Economists Issue Alert: India’s Poor Economy Is Dangerous For Your Future

Lack of jobs in the market has already hit the common man severely. The double-digit contraction rate means the situation is likely to improve only at snail’s pace.

K-shaped Global Economic Recovery: What It Means And How It Impacts Your Finances

With the majority of countries going through a K-shaped economic recovery, the gap between the haves and have nots will widen and big companies will consume smaller ones faster than ever.