Nirmal Bang: India’s Q2 GDP Growth -Review
A worker takes a break and drinks chai while sitting on sacks of rice paddy at an APMC wholesale market in Jalandhar, Punjab, India (Photographer Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg)

Nirmal Bang: India’s Q2 GDP Growth -Review

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Nirmal Bang Report

Q2 FY21 gross domestic product contracted by 7.5% YoY while gross value added contracted by 7% YoY.

This was slightly better than Bloomberg consensus expectation and our expectation of 8.2% GDP contraction but does not really call for a revision of our FY21 GDP forecast, which stands at -8.5%.

Nominal GDP growth contracted by 4% YoY, improving from a contraction of 22.6% in the previous quarter.

The upside surprise came from industry, which grew by 0.1% YoY, supported by manufacturing growing by 0.6% YoY and electricity, gas and water supply growing by4.4% YoY.

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Nirmal Bang Q2FY21 GDP Growth Review- Economy Update- 30 November 2020.pdf


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