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Registered Office – Mumbai
STCI Primary Dealer Limited
A/B1- 801, A Wing, 8th floor, Marathon Innova,
Marathon Nextgen Compound
Off G K Marg, Lower Parel(W),
Mumbai - 400 013
Tel: (022) 66202200
Dealing Room: (022) 66202224/25/28/32
Fax: (022) 24991096
Email: stcipd@stcipd.com

 

Sales Office - Delhi
STCI Primary Dealer Limited
UGF 12-15, Tolstoy House,
Tolstoy Marg,
New Delhi -110 001
Tel: (011) 47676557-60
Fax: (011) 2371 1091

 

Sales Office - Kolkata
STCI Primary Dealer Limited
6G Block, 6th floor, North West Block,
Premises no. 1, Shakespeare Sarani,
P S Shakespeare Sarani,
Kolkata - 700071
Tel: (033) 40611435-36
Fax: (033) 40611437


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Indias Q2FY18
India’s Q2FY18 GDP rose to 6.3% compared to 5.7% a quarter ago and 7.5% in the year ago period. GVA growth stood at 6.1% compared to 5.6% in Q1FY18
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Fiscal deficit
Fiscal deficit for the Apr-Oct period stood at Rs 5.25 tn which is 96.1% of the budgeted fiscal deficit compared to 79.3% for the corresponding period in the previous year
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In its Fifth
In its Fifth Bi-monthly Monetary Policy, RBI maintained ‘status quo’, leaving key policy rates unchanged.
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Inflation projection
Inflation projection for H2 FY18 was revised marginally upwards to 4.3%-4.7% from 4.2%-4.6% previously.
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Standing 130
Standing 130 bps higher, CPI for the month of November came in at 4.88% as compared to 3.58% in October mainly led by an unabated surge in vegetable and fuel prices. Core CPI also saw an uptick standing at 4.86% in Nov vis-à-vis 4.55% in Oct.
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November WPI
November WPI stood at 3.93% up from 3.59% observed a month ago mainly led by inflationary pressures in primary articles.
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Industrial
Industrial production as measured by IIP saw some moderation standing at 2.2% in Oct as compared to 4.2% in Sep. Strong growth impulses emanating from the mining sector aided, despite the sequential contraction observed in both manufacturing and electricity sectors.
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