Fiscal gap

India's Apr-Aug fiscal deficit at over 109% of budgetary target

India's Apr-Aug fiscal deficit at over 109% of budgetary target

The 2020-21 deficit -- the difference between revenue and expenditure -- had been pegged at Rs 7.96 lakh crore, as compared to the revise...Read More

India's April-July fiscal deficit at 103.1% of budgetary target

India's April-July fiscal deficit at 103.1% of budgetary target

The 2020-21 deficit -- the difference between revenue and expenditure -- has been pegged at Rs 7.96 lakh crore, as compared to the revise...Read More

Fiscal gap breaches 83% of target in just 3 months

Fiscal gap breaches 83% of target in just 3 months

The government has targeted a fiscal deficit of Rs 7.96 lakh crore for fiscal year 2020-21.

Fiscal deficit may rise 6.8% of GDP in FY21: Report

Fiscal deficit may rise 6.8% of GDP in FY21: Report

With economic disruptions set for a long haul due to Covid-19 pandemic, India could see its fiscal deficit this year to balloon to over 6...Read More

April-February fiscal GAP at 135% of FY 20 target

April-February fiscal GAP at 135% of FY 20 target

In February, the Centre's fiscal deficit was 510 bln rupees, down 36.8% year-on-year. Total receipts rose 37.0% to 1.460 trln rupees duri...Read More

‘Coronavirus outbreak to hit growth, widen fiscal gap’

‘Coronavirus outbreak to hit growth, widen fiscal gap’

According to SBI Research's Ecowrap report, the month of March is severely affected by travel and transport curbs, which will have a spil...Read More

As govt debt manager, Shaktikanta Das focussed on borrowing, not fiscal gap

As govt debt manager, Shaktikanta Das focussed on borrowing, not fiscal gap

"If you see the Monetary Policy Committee's resolution, there is reference to the fiscal deficit.

Fiscal gap crosses 78% of budgeted target in first 4 months of FY20

Fiscal gap crosses 78% of budgeted target in first 4 months of FY20

In absolute terms, the fiscal deficit or gap between expenditure and revenue was Rs 5,47,605 crore at July-end, as per the data released ...Read More

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