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Economic recovery stronger than expected

November 27, 2020

Economic recovery stronger than expected

After the 23.9% GDP contraction within the April-June sector following the COVID-19 pandemic, financial restoration momentum has been stronger than predicted, Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das stated on Thursday. Das, however, said that we need to be watchful of the demand momentum sustaining after the festivities as well, and also warned of downside risks to increase coming from an upward push in virus infections in choose wallet.

The heavy contraction in Q1 became attributed to the close-to-complete chilling of all economic activity inside the wake of one of the strongest lockdowns enforced anywhere in the international. The RBI, which has added many unconventional measures to aid restoration apart from slicing key costs by 1.15%, expects the economic system to decrease by means of 9.5% in FY21.

After witnessing a sharp contraction in the economic system by means of 23.9% in Q1 and a multi-speed normalization of activity in Q2, the Indian economic system has exhibited stronger than a predicted pick-up in momentum of recuperation, Das stated, speaking at the annual day event of Foreign Exchange Dealers’ Association of India (FEDAI). We want to be watchful about the sustainability of demand after festivals and a probable reassessment of marketplace expectations surrounding the vaccine, he added.

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