No impact of demonetisation on GDP outlook

India's GDP information for the July-September quarter, to be discharged today in the following couple of hours is probably going to be around 7.5%. It will bear no effect of the demonetisation exercise announced on November 8.

Typical monetary movement occurred till October, so Wednesday's information will reflect solid development, experts said.

The demonetisation work out – leading to a sucking out of the high denomination notes of Rs 500 and 1000 will hit growth in the second from last quarter.

"Gross domestic product numbers will be around 7.5% in the second quarter, that has been our projection and we see no adjustment in the number yet we will amend our second from last quarter projection..the demonetisation practice will negatively affect the development figures," DK Joshi, chief economist, Crisil.

While think tanks shift on the quantum, the hit could be anyplace between 0.4%-0.5% for the second from last quarter, the second quarter will have no effect. In any case, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP) – an exploration unit under the back service has anticipated a withdrawal.

HSBC has anticipated a hit of a rate point for the entire monetary. Mind said development will be influenced by 0.3-0.5% for the entire year.



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