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Demonetisation: Five compelling reasons for consumers to invest in real estate market

Updated : Nov 28, 2016

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Category : Politics

Demonetisation: Five compelling reasons for consumers to invest in real estate market

It has opened a window of opportunity for everyone to avail home loans at significantly lower rates allowing them to fulfill their dream of owning a home #real estate sector #Banks #Repo rate #Housing #loans #Demonetisation #small scale industries
Note ban: Indians have been patient with demonetisation, but will the banks kill poverty?

Updated : Nov 26, 2016

By : Bikram Vohra

Category : World

Note ban: Indians have been patient with demonetisation, but will the banks kill poverty?

Funds will be loaned out by banks as part of their normal function. Unless specifically directed by GOI, the funds cannot be utilised for the 'poor' as visualised or projected. #Manmohan Singh #GDP #Banks #Narendra Modi #Poverty #InMyOpinion #Arun Jaitley #Vijay Mallya #loans #Demonetisation
Air India posts Rs 3 cr daily loss in Q1: How will it show 10-fold jump in operating profit?

Updated : Nov 17, 2016

By : Sindhu Bhattacharya

Category : Business

Air India posts Rs 3 cr daily loss in Q1: How will it show 10-fold jump in operating profit?

Not a word on how this will be achieved was there in the minister’s reply, other than the usual reference to generic steps taken in the past on routes, better fleet utilistion etc #air india #Debt #Lok Sabha #loss #Civil aviation #loans #Jayant Sinha #PSU bank #operating profit #S4A scheme
If Air India is turning around, why should LIC offer low-cost loan to the Maharajah?

Updated : Oct 20, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : Business

If Air India is turning around, why should LIC offer low-cost loan to the Maharajah?

Talks with Air India for a softer loan rate comes after the insurer last year in a similar agreement had announced to provide financial package of Rs 1.5 lakh crore till 2020 to Indian Railways #air india #Debt #BSNL #Arun Jaitley #Indian Railways #IOC #MTNL #LIC #loans #Rate of Interest #Carrier #operating profit #insurer
China to sign some $24 billion in loans to Bangladesh as Xi visits | Reuters

Updated : Oct 14, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

China to sign some $24 billion in loans to Bangladesh as Xi visits | Reuters

By Ruma Paul and Ben Blanchard | DHAKA/BEIJING DHAKA/BEIJING China is set to sign off on loans worth over $24 billion to Bangladesh during President Xi Jinping's visit on Friday, Dhaka's biggest foreign credit line to date that will help it build power plants, a seaport and railways.Xi's trip, the first by a Chinese president in 30 years, is aimed at boosting China's involvement in infrastructure projects at a time when India is pushing investments of its own in Bangladesh, a country New Delhi considers its area of influence.Japan, helped by India, has also got involved in Bangladesh, offering finance at low interest rates to build a port and power complex, sharpening competition for influence in the country of 160 million people located on the Bay of Bengal.China plans to finance around 25 projects, including a 1,320 megawatt (MW) power plant, and is also keen to build a deep sea port, Bangladesh junior finance minister M.A. Mannan said."Xi's visit will set a new milestone. #United States #India #Business #Middle East #Entertainment #loans
Flipkart may offer additional Rs 75 crore credit facility to sellers at 11.4% interest

Updated : Aug 25, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Flipkart may offer additional Rs 75 crore credit facility to sellers at 11.4% interest

Under the 'Flipkart Growth Capital' programme, launched in July last year, Flipkart sellers can avail loans with interest rates starting at 11.40 percent #Electronics #E-Commerce #Flipkart #mobile #loans #online #Festive season #sellers #credit facility
World Bank approves new safeguards criticized by some NGOs | Reuters

Updated : Aug 05, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

World Bank approves new safeguards criticized by some NGOs | Reuters

WASHINGTON The World Bank approved new rules on Thursday that aim to expand protections for people and the environment in projects financed by the bank while making it easier for borrowers to comply with its standards. But the first major update to the World Bank's safeguard policies in nearly 20 years has drawn fire from some non-profit groups for creating "loopholes" with more vague language and more reliance on borrower country laws and standards. "The bank has effectively dismantled thirty years of environmental and social protections for the world’s most impoverished and vulnerable peoples," said Stephanie Fried, executive director of the Ulu Foundation, a non-profit group focussed on forest preservation. #United States #Economy #India #Environment #Middle East #Uganda #loans
Watch: Here's how you can take 'rest' on your loans

Updated : Jul 20, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : Business

Watch: Here's how you can take 'rest' on your loans

Popular culture says it's good to rest, but you'd be surprised to know that the same principle is also true when it comes to your loans #Finance #Banks #Money #Personal finance #EMI #loans #Reliance Jio #jio #Interest payment
Sebi bans wilful defaulters from markets and holding board positions

Updated : May 26, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Sebi bans wilful defaulters from markets and holding board positions

Wilful defaulters won't be able to tap the securities markets to raise funds and hold board positions at companies listed with Sebi #RBI #Reserve Bank of India #NewsTracker #SEBI #Mutual Funds #IPO #loans #Vijay Mallaya