.
Sign in | Register
Home | My Space | Post
Home » Other Market Topics
Other Market Topics - Market view - Follow Thread
Petrol, diesel at 3 year high: Should government reduce excise duty to give relief to consumers? ( 13 days ago )
  Forum Messenger  378197 followers
Rate :
Repost |  Mark Offensive
Yes. When crude was lower, they had increased excise to fill their pockets. Now, they must reduce. ( 12 days ago )
  Essay  1 followers
Reply |  Rate :
Repost |  Mark Offensive
JUST BY CHANGING THE PRICES DAILY, GOVT WAS ABLE TO AVOID CRITICS. BUT GAINING BY ALL AND JUSTIFYING THAT ALL THIS COMES BACK IN THE FORM OF IMPROVED INFRA IS NOT JUSTIFIABLE AS GOVT AGREES TO THE FACT THAT OUT OF RS 100 BEING SPENT BY GOVT, HARDLY 15-20 IS THE ACTUAL MONEY THAT REACHES THE RIGHT PERSON/ BENEFICIARY. SO GOVT SHOULD REDUCE THE BURDEN FOR MINIMUM 2-3 MONTHS AND THEN SEE WHICH WAY ECONOMY IS GOING ( 12 days ago )
  pks52  1 followers
Reply |  Rate :
Repost |  Mark Offensive
Govt should Rejig Exisiting Price formula for arrving price. India is not Importing Petrol/ Diesal Importing country. India is Crude Oil Importing Country. if Price is based on Crude Oil, There is room to cut Price by 2 to 3 Rs Liter, without reducing State and central Taxes. Eevn for Better Pricing Central and State should redce their component. ( 12 days ago )
  hpj  3 followers
Reply |  Rate :
Repost |  Mark Offensive
It is matter of demend and supply when customer is ready to pay and that too irrespective of price ,rate need to remain high ( 12 days ago )
  rngupta52  3 followers
Reply |  Rate :
Repost |  Mark Offensive
1 | 2 | 3   Next »
« Previous Next »
Is the current market weakness only a short-term trend? 20 comments
Stock Boarder Message
Active Topics
Just Posted | index | SpiceJet | Divis Labs | MMTC Ltd
Explore all topics
Boarder of the Day
amateurinvestor (26412 messages | 2207 followers)
HOME
Moneycontrol Home
Font Size: S M L
Customer Support
© 2017 a Web18 Venture