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RBI’s new working capital rules may make it tougher for firms to secure cash credit limits, say bankers
RBI allows banks flexibility to peg floating-rate loans to external benchmarks.
Growth in AUM for NBFCs is expected to fall by half to 9-10 percent in the second half of the ongoing financial year, says Crisil.
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If India maintains current rate of growth in per capita income, it could take years to catch up with other emerging economies.
GDP growth slowed in the second quarter of the year on weaker industrial activity.
Steep decline in disbursements by NBFCs in October.
Credit, tax collections and capex data may not be completely in sync with the new GDP series.
Smaller microfinance institutions remain vulnerable even though larger firms have weathered the liquidity crisis well.
GDP growth expected to slow to 7.5 percent in Q2 from 8.2 percent in Q1.
RBI reiterated that credit growth to the economy remains strong.
ATM operators who were already seeing stagnant revenue growth are now seeing a surge in costs.
The demand for a special restructuring scheme for SMEs comes against the backdrop of elevated bad loans in this segment.
Preemptive rate hikes and lower-than-expected inflation mean that the real interest rates in India are high.
Banks under prompt corrective actions have reported large losses as they continue to set aside more provisions
The rupee gained sharply to hit a seven-week high of 71.99 against the dollar.
IDBI has reported a gross NPA ratio of nearly 32 percent - the highest in the industry.
Securitisation volumes spike in October as NBFCs sell loan pools to generate liquidity.
Avenue Capital will become the largest shareholder in ARCIL post the transaction.
Public sector banks need Rs 1.2 lakh crore in Tier-1 capital by March 2019, says Crisil