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Economy forecasts by World Bank , IMF , Economists and Policy Makers .








Inflation, falling rupee, current account deficit -- they are the major issues bothering at  the moment .Another angle is that the slow growth rate continues to bother policy makers and experts alike .Markets are trading at narrow range though at a striking distance from them all is keeping investments and investors at bay .International Monitory Fund ( I.M.F) said that India will grow at 4.4% in 2013 - 2014 as against the 3.8% estimated earlier .The I.M.F. growth projection is based on an improved second half thanks to the good monsoon . 

The figure may not be exciting but the good part is that INDIA is growing. Indian economy has stabilized in the recent quarters, though the GDP growth remains well below potential. Downside risks have receded. The economy will slowly improve during 2014 but it will hit its potential in 2015. May-2014 elections offer the chance for a better government and should lift the business confidence. For FY15 that is the coming fiscal year the World Bank has projected India’s growth at over 6%, whereas IMF sees FY15 growth between  5.4% - 6.4% in FY16 .After 2 1/2 years of sub par growth the Indian economy has started to grow due to many reasons and the worst for the Indian economy is over. GDP will be 5% to 5.5% range in 2014 before heading for 6% in 2015 .