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Jul 22, 2019
IL&FS case: SEBI widens investigation into role of rating agencies; looks into possible systemic lapses at all five rating agenciesGrant Thornton said it identified multiple e-mails over the period from 2008 to 2018 which indicate that the IL&FS group was under stress or faced liquidity issues since 2015.
Jan 24, 2019
Punjab CM Amarinder Singh says his govt's loan waiver scheme is 'not enough' to alleviate farmers' sufferingsPunjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Thursday lashed out at the Central government for not helping agricultural labourers and farmers and acknowledged that his government's debt waiver scheme was not enough to assuage the sufferings of debt-ridden farmers.
Sep 17, 2018
Air India plans to sell four subsidiaries; headquarter building in Delhi, other land assetsAir India, which has been in the red for long, had a debt burden of Rs 48,000 crore at the end of March 2017.
Jun 25, 2018
As trade war looms, China cuts some banks' reserve requirements to boost lendingThe reserve reduction, the third by the central bank this year, had been widely anticipated by investors amid concerns over market liquidity and a potential economic drag from a trade dispute with the United States.
Jul 25, 2017
Maharashtra loan waiver: BJP calls its decision 'bold, historic' even as Congress slams Devendra Fadnavis govt for delayThe politics surrounding the farm loan waiver refuses to die down as the BJP on Tuesday termed its loan waiver decision as a bold, courageous and historic one while the Opposition Congress-NCP slammed the government for the inordinate delay in announcing it.
Jun 08, 2017
Madhya Pradesh farmers' protest: Punjab peasants to follow suit, launch agitation on 12 JuneAmid protests in Madhya Pradesh, farmers in Punjab have decided to launch a statewide agitation on 12 June to press for debt waiver and implementation of the Swaminathan Commission's report.
Nov 20, 2012
US stocks rally on hopes that the 'fiscal cliff' will be avertedRepublicans concede that they will have to agree to increase tax revenues, and Democrats say they will agree to more spending cuts, but they are still divided over which route to take.
Oct 19, 2011
Moody's downgrades Spain by two notches on funding risksWorsening growth prospects for the euro zone will also make it more challenging for Spain to reach its ambitious fiscal targets, the ratings agency added. Spain could be downgraded again if the euro zone debt crisis escalates further, Moody's warned.