India’s Economic Comeback Meter: CARE Ratings
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India’s Economic Comeback Meter: CARE Ratings

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Following the pandemic induced economic lockdown, the economy has gone through fairly volatile phases, depending on the extent to which the unlock process unfolded.

Various high frequency indicators show different pictures of recovery. Some are based on sample surveys while others are on production or collection numbers.

Interpretation of these numbers has been a puzzle as the basis of comparison has been varied.

Do we compare month-on-month growth rates or year-on-year? Also, do we compare year-on-year growth rates with the previous year or previous month? Judgments vary depending on the assessment of month-on-month growth, year-on-year improvement, comparison of year-on-year growth rates with the rate of increase in the previous year/month.

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