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Feb 22, 2018
Public sector banks, NPA and frauds: Let big ticket corporates borrow from market through bondsThe mounting NPA of public sector banks are largely piled up by big ticket corporate borrowers
Feb 04, 2018
As Budget 2018 throws a curve ball at the market, it might lose recent swagger and turn practicalWhere the Budget has been a drag is the slip in fiscal deficit, the tax on long-term gain and the raising of import duties on a slew of products.
Nov 22, 2017
Moody's upgrade a shot in the arm for companies looking to raise funds in offshore bond marketsOther companies are assessing if the narrowing in Indian bonds yields over US Treasuries will last with a view to raising fresh funds,
Jun 09, 2017
Corporate debt, bank NPAs cast cloud over Narendra Modi's economic revival plansThe bad loans have forced banks to curb overall lending growth and cut their credit exposure to industry, while the share of capital investments in India's GDP has dropped to below 30 percent from more than 38 percent a decade ago.
Jun 07, 2017
RBI policy today: Rate panel seen holding rates steady, expected to sound less hawkishRBI had justified its hawkish stance citing the impact of planned pay hikes for government employees and the introduction of a nationwide goods and service tax (GST), as well as fears of a weaker-than-expected monsoon.
May 20, 2017
Govt needs to step in when credit rating agencies do a lax jobCredit rating agencies made their advent to aid small investors and others who do not have the wherewithal to carry out their own credit risk assessment.
Dec 30, 2016
Realty regulator to adversely impact housing finance companies, says RBI reportThe Real Estate Regulatory Bill (RERA) was passed by both Houses of Parliament earlier this year and framing of draft rules for the same is underway at present
Sep 27, 2016
'Today financial markets are beyond the control of policymakers', says Sebi chief UK SinhaThe Sebi chief noted that balance sheets of major banks like that of the US Fed, the European Central Bank, Bank of England and Bank of Japan, which have been following near-zero or even negative interest policies, have become too large
Sep 20, 2016
Bank of Japan may rattle global bond markets as Fed seen on holdJapanese investors have poured money into foreign bonds in a scramble for income-generating assets as domestic bond yield shave turned negative
Jun 21, 2016
Raghuram Rajan defends rate moves, says focus was inflationRajan said he would never abandon inflation control to focus on growth, but admitted there is indeed a short run trade-off between inflation and growth.