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With this fiscal's estimated GDP growth set to be the lowest in 11 years, here’s a look at how it will impact the common man
The GDP can’t be taken as just another routine economic data government puts out; it is a vital summary of the real economic activity on the ground
Top 50 corporates reduce debt by over Rs 59,000 cr in first half of this fiscal; prefer to raise funds through ECBs
This has some bearing on the credit growth of the banks as corporates borrowing from domestic lenders have come down
Significant distress in China could spill over to US and global markets, says Federal Reserve; may escalate trade conflict with US
Some contacts worried about a deterioration in broader US-China relations, rooted in technology and national security issues, said the Fed Reserve report
Why whistleblower 2.0 is a body blow to Infosys, renewable energy needs a renewed thrust; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro
Infosys, once the poster boy of corporate governance in India, is for the second time in two years at the receiving end after whistleblowers alleged fudging of numbers
Arvind Subramanian criticises RBI over regulatory failures, says central bank's reports never mentioned possible IL&FS crisis
The cash-strapped IL&FS group is sitting on a debt of about Rs 94,000 crore.
RBI’s financial stability report: Why it’s high time Shaktikanta Das did a Raghuram Rajan-style AQR before shadow bank crisis blows up
The RBI’s worry is not without reason. In the recent past, two NBFCs have faced a major crisis situation—IL&FS and DHFL—on account of a severe liquidity shortage.
Despite NBFC crisis, financial system stable; NPAs fall sharply to 9.3% in FY19, says RBI's Financial Stability Report
On NBFCs, the regulator warned against potential stress and pitched for tighter regulation of the NBFCs and housing finance companies
Govt, Reserve Bank of India must work closely to boost sagging growth engine, ensure systemic stability: Shaktikanta Das
Das said there has been an improvement in the performance of the state-run lenders due to recapitalisation
Credit growth on a year-on-year basis improved across bank groups between March and September 2018, largely driven by the private sector banks
GNPAs of state-run lenders improved to 14.8 percent in September 2018 from 15.2 percent in March 2018, the report said.
Bank stocks today witnessed heavy selling and settled with losses of up to 6 percent as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) indicated worsening of non performing assets (NPA) situation
Bank NPAs to touch 12.2% by March 2019: Why RBI’s latest Financial Stability Report is a must-read for LIC
RBI’s NPA forecast should act as a warning signal for LIC which is looking at a controlling stake in IDBI bank
Financial Stability Report, according to a Economic Times report. The top 10 banking frauds in 2018 lead to a financial loss of Rs 10,000 crore
Bad loans crisis: Banks’ NPA situation likely to worsen further, says RBI Financial Stability Report
Painting a gloomy picture of the banking sector, the RBI on Tuesday said Gross NPA ratio of banks is likely to rise from 11.6 percent in March 2018 to 12.2 percent by the end of the current fiscal
Rajan vs Patel: What did RBI advise govt on demonetisation? Can the real central bank please stand up and answer?
Both #RaghuramRajan and #UrjitPatel seem to be contradicting each other about the RBI's view on the idea of demonetisation and its rollout, writes @Dinesh_Unni
Rot in PSBs Part 4: RBI’s inability to regulate and supervise banks shows it’s time for a super financial regulator
SEBI failed to act against Gitanjali Gems for stock price manipulation while RBI could not detect the fraud at PNB, but better coordination between the two regulators may have helped
Fraud typology is roughly the same across countries. But where India is probably way behind is in the preparedness of banks in fraud risk management.
Reserve Bank India (RBI) has said gross non-performing assets in the system shot up to 10.2 percent as of the September quarter, primarily led by private sector lenders, and has warned that the situation will only aggravate from there, "elevating" the systemic risks
The muck is finally coming out of bank balance sheets, probably for the first time on such scale. That’s the good news in the bad news (of rising NPAs)
The report noted Indian companies' leverage situation has improved in 2015-16 and the overall risks in the corporate sector have also moderated