Indian Data Watch-RBI policy review on July 29


DAY LOCAL/GMT INDICATOR/EVENT PERIOD FORECAST PREVIOUS -------------Calendar for July 28 week----------------------- Tue 1200/0630 Reserve Bank of India policy review Thu 1600/1030 Fiscal deficit Apr-Jun N/F 732.01 bln Thu 1730/1200 Inflation July 19 N/F 11.89 pct Fri 1030/0500 ABN Amro PMI July N/F 58.6 Fri 1500/0930 Trade deficit June N/F $10.77 bln Fri 1700/1130 Forex reserves July 25 N/F $307.11 bln Fri 1700/1130 M3 money supply July 18 N/F 20.5 pct Fri 1700/1130 Bank credit July 18 N/F ...

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