Post Article 370, Pakistan facing policy crises on Kashmir; creating unrest in Valley to internationalise issue Islamabad's last arrow
Pakistan wants to do something spectacular to pump oxygen into the Kashmir issue that is fast becoming redundant due to fatigue and, also, losing legitimacy, with its sharp turn towards Islamic State-styled caliphate jihadism
SC repeals RBI's 12 February circular: Lenders can now refer defaulters to NCLT on case by case basis: Bankers
According to former RBI deputy governor R Gandhi banks can now take defaulting companies on their own instead of being directed by the regulator.
Economists vs CAs: Statistics, scriptures can be tweaked to win over rivals, but what matters is the ground reality
Mirrors don’t lie but statistics can especially given the leeway available to the compiler of data to interpret them to further his cause or viewpoint.
NPA issue: Will RBI's 12 February circular help expedite bad loan recovery? Signs indicate it is on right path
This smorgasbord of schemes didn’t even dent the NPA problem. The mountain just kept piling up until it reached 11 percent of total bank assets.
Govt does well to dovetail MSME loan rescheduling with GST, a carrot and stick policy beyond reproach
The latest move is to apply balm on the MSMEs ravaged by demonetisation and Goods and Services Tax.
NPA crisis: RBI sticking to its deadline is fine; it means the days of compromise are over but courts still have final word
The fact remains that the NPA issue has ballooned over the years and even today one is not sure if all of them have been recognized and provided for.
The new RBI guidelines have scrapped all loan restructuring schemes present in the banking system to deal with stressed assets.
Arun Jaitley said the government was making all efforts to ensure that the health of the banking sector improves and the banks are repaid
One wonders why the government is trying to rescue Air India, as it might well be exposing banks to duds which the airline's equity shares are likely to turn out given its massive accumulated losses
Fire-sale in the event has come has manna from the heaven. It took some conscientious promoters to sell their group undertaking despite the fact that they constituted their crown jewels.
Roughly, 30% of direct taxes collections are through TDS which is almost fool-proof
As per the terms of a Corporate Debt Restructuring (CDR) package, the company had to reduce its debts through sale of assets
The reduction in June CDR numbers no way indicates that the underlying stress in the books of banks have eased miraculously
In one month, Bhushan Steel stock tumbled 23 percent while taking a hit of 25 percent since the beginning of 2015
Private sector banks report good numbers largely due to their increased focus on the retail lending segment and the appreciation on their investment portfolios.
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.
Is Sujana yet another instance of loan recast system being misused to hide actual bad loans on the books of lenders?
Tayal group companies are currently being restructured under the corporate debt restructuring mechanism
Largest private sector shipbuilder ABG Shipyard, which is under a CDR, will receive Rs 650 crore infusion from lenders by this month-end as part of the Rs 10,000-crore debt recast deal worked out in March, a top company official has said.
Analysts expect a quarter of the total restructured loans to turn bad in the absence of economic revival