Ind-Ra estimates the annual fixed cost to decline by 1.4 percent, as per the new CERC guidelines.
Defaults in microfinance securitisation transactions highlight the need for greater caution in evaluating them.
Rising bond yields, falling profits. India Ratings examines the impact on banks’ profitability.
Pay-as-you-use toll policy could reduce the revenue potential for roads, says India Rating.
India Ratings and Research says the budget is focussed in the right direction, but how will it be funded?
PSUs would need Rs 63,100 crore, equivalent to an equity write-down of 1.10% of the banks’ risk weighted assets.
Capex spending by top 200 asset-heavy companies to increase by 5-8% over the next two years.
The recent price cut by Reliance Jio will delay the prospects of a recovery in incumbents’ ARPU levels.
Cement manufacturers may resort to coal imports due to low domestic availability.
India to remain dependent on imports due to its inadequate API manufacturing infrastructure.
Private participation in the Bharatmala scheme will be challenging, India Ratings says.
Rising competitive intensity in the U.S. will lead to a contraction of Indian pharma exports.
Although the electric vehicle market is at a primitive stage, it is prepared for an eventful journey.
Liquidity mismatch from input tax credit delay is an issue for companies with short term liquidity.
Anti-dumping duty on truck & bus radials credit positive for Indian tyre makers, says India Ratings.
Currency volatility and weak economy are undermining exports to frugal semi-regulated markets.
The telecom sector is likely to witness a delayed recovery against the backdrop of reduced IUC charges.
India Ratings expects microfinance institutions to report higher credit costs over Q1 and Q2.
India Ratings forecasts the additional provisioning to eat into banks’ profits by 25 percent in FY18.
India Ratings’ price assumption for the benchmark coal is based on expected full cycle costs.
Private developers face more challenges in thermal power projects than renewable energy.