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India has huge advantage in solar power space, but where is the money?

Apr 25, 2016

India has huge advantage in solar power space, but where is the money?

Most analysts, including Ind-Ra, expect huge chunks of investment to come in from global investors. #Energy #Solar power #gas #India Ratings #Ind-Ra
External risks, fiscal consolidation to keep corporate earnings growth muted in FY17 as well: India Ratings

Mar 31, 2016

External risks, fiscal consolidation to keep corporate earnings growth muted in FY17 as well: India Ratings

On external risks, ratings firm said currency volatility, slowing down of China's growth, foreign funding and the demand environment are among the biggest factors #GDP #fiscal deficit #corporate earnings #Currency Volatility #India Ratings
Forget dwindling exports, FDI to rise in FY17 on signs of improving economy, says India Ratings

Mar 23, 2016

Forget dwindling exports, FDI to rise in FY17 on signs of improving economy, says India Ratings

FDI in the country will accelerate further on gradually improving economic growth in 2016-17, while focus on ‘Make in India’ would result in a more larger and more stable FDIs #GDP #FDI #Fitch Group #forex reserves #exports #CAD #India Ratings #Make In India
Budget 2016 should revive the dormant investment cycle and hike the revenue base, says report

Feb 29, 2016

Budget 2016 should revive the dormant investment cycle and hike the revenue base, says report

Budget should focus on reviving the dormant investment cycle and raising the revenue base as the present macroeconomic stability is primarily driven by collapse of global commodities prices led by oil, India Ratings said. #NewsTracker #Arun Jaitley #GST #India Ratings #budget 2016
Crisis looms over public banks as no roadmap yet on govt capital infusion

Feb 06, 2015

Crisis looms over public banks as no roadmap yet on govt capital infusion

In the absence of a clear road map, it wouldn’t be too distant a future before one sees a crisis situation in some of the weaker state-run banks #Economy #SBI #Arun Jaitley #public sector banks #India Ratings #recapitalisation #budget 2015
Debt woes: Rs 7 lk cr, 3 years needed to deleverage 262 top cos in India, says report

Dec 03, 2014

Debt woes: Rs 7 lk cr, 3 years needed to deleverage 262 top cos in India, says report

More than half of the highly over- leveraged top 500 companies would need more than a whopping Rs 7 trillion or USD 114 billion and three years to deleverage themselves. #restructuring #Debt #CDR #corporates #Leverage #India Ratings #deleverage
E-auction of coal blocks to boost investor confidence: report

Nov 21, 2014

E-auction of coal blocks to boost investor confidence: report

The entire process of e-auctioning through a nominated authority, who may engage experts to recommend re-allotment, is likely to provide the much-needed transparency to the coal allocation process, said Salil Garg, director, India Ratings. #Supreme Court #Fuel #Coal Blocks #India Ratings
WPI inflation at 5-year low: Four reasons RBI will not be convinced to cut rates on 2 Dec

Nov 15, 2014

WPI inflation at 5-year low: Four reasons RBI will not be convinced to cut rates on 2 Dec

Despite the clamour for rate cuts, which has just risen to deafening levels, Rajan is not likely to cut the policy rate in its 2 December review #RBI #Interest rate #Raghuram Rajan #Growth #WPI inflation #India Ratings #Vegetable prices #fruit prices
New RBI norms to structurally strengthen NBFCs, say analysts

Nov 12, 2014

New RBI norms to structurally strengthen NBFCs, say analysts

The revised guidelines have also announced an increase in the minimum tier-I capital requirements from the current 7.5 percent to 8.5 percent by March 2016 and to 10 percent by March 2017. #Economy #RBI #NPA #NBFC #India Ratings #Nachiket Mor committee
High corporate debt to wobbly revival: Why the current optimism about India's growth is misplaced

Nov 11, 2014

High corporate debt to wobbly revival: Why the current optimism about India's growth is misplaced

With most experts predicting the global GDP growth at 3-3.5 percent, one should not expect India to grow 8 percent consistently for 3-4 years in the near future.
#Interest rates #US Fed #Growth #corporate earnings #Fitch ratings #Economic Revival #India Ratings #Deep Mukherjee