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Apr 19, 2017
Farm loan waiver may win votes, but what about ailing state banks and worsening public financesEconomists caution that the move could encourage indebted farmers not to repay loans, deepening malaise at public sector banks already saddled with most of India's $150 billion in stressed loans
Apr 14, 2015
Keep euphoria in check: S&P warns India's fiscal worries far from overS&P highlights the high subsidy burden as the key area of concern, which remains despite fuel-subsidy reforms in 2014.
Apr 10, 2015
Moody’s upgrades India outlook but warns Modi: Time running out to reform banksBut the outlook upgrade by Moody’s appears half-hearted and a bit distant from translating into a rating upgrade since the potential risks that could act as credit constraints
Jan 16, 2015
RBI's rate cut won't change India's credit profile overnight: FitchInternational rating agency Fitch today said that 25 basis point repo rate cut may not result in an improvement in sovereign credit profile in the short run.
Sep 08, 2014
FinMin pitches for rating upgrade with Moody's, says will keep fiscal deficit in checkMoody's has assigned 'Baa3' rating on India, with a stable outlook, which suggests the possibility of an upgrade.<br />
Oct 16, 2013
Fitch warns US of sovereign credit rating cut from AAAFitch reiterated that the delay in increasing the borrowing capacity of the United States raises questions about the full faith and credit of the United States to honour its obligations.
Aug 21, 2013
Rupee fall forces S&P to maintain negative outlook for IndiaAmid rupee sliding below 64 to a dollar, global agency Standard & Poor's today said it will maintain negative outlook for the country as currency depreciation is adversely impacting investor confidence.
Feb 18, 2013
Why Union Budget 2013 will be the most austere in yearsFM P Chidambaram is planning to cut the public spending target for fiscal 2013/14 by up to 10 percent from this year's original target, in what would be the most austere budget unveiled in recent history as he tries to avert a sovereign credit downgrade.
Aug 11, 2012
Bans on short-selling serve no purpose; so hug your shortsA US study reveals that banning short-selling does not arrest price declines, but may in fact worsen the fall.
Apr 25, 2012
Now, SBI, ICICI and 9 financial institutions face S&P ireThe outlook revision follows a similar action on the sovereign credit rating on India.