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Crossover: Spotlight on India GDP after revisions

08-31-2012 17:10 BJT

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For more, we’re joined by Anika Kalra live from New Delhi.

Q1: Anika, it was looking like a weak day for stocks but the benchmark index picked up pace in the last half hour of trade. Which stocks rescued the market?

Q2: So Anika you must be enjoying the heavy downpours in New Delhi for the past few days, but tell us how is the monsoon treating the rest of the country?

Q3: So the focus now is tomorrow’s GDP data, but there’s news that India has sharply revised its growth figures for fiscal year 2009 and 2010. What do analysts have to say about such data revisions?

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