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Axar Patel credits RP Singh for Gujrat's road to glory in...

Axar could only play four games in the tournament due to the wrist fracture he suffered while fielding in the fifth Test between India and England at Chennai. Zee News, 2 hours ago

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SBI may raise stake in credit card JV

Scouting for new partner to replace existing partner GE Capital in the current quarter
 Business Line2 hours ago

SBIsays note ban pushes up card spending by 30 per cent

For representational purpose MUMBAI: The second largest credit card player SBI Card today said post-note ban, the total spending on its cards have increased by 25-30 per cent, despite fall in certain segments like fuel, jewellery and other ...
 New Indian Express49 minutes ago New credit card users rise post demonetisation; SBI issues record cards in December  Economic Times4 hours ago SBI Card says note-ban pushes up spends by 30%  Financial Express7 minutes ago

Solar Power Investment Fund Announced by Cherrytree Group.

The closing of an individual investor tax credit fund dedicated to commercial solar power generation projects was announced by Cherrytree Group LLC, a Newton, Massachusetts tax credit advisory firm. Cherrytree teamed with Durham, New Hampshire ...
 4 Traders20 minutes ago
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Almost impoverished for good in the time of the credit card economy

The ranting over demonetisation, the queues outside ATMs and the debates on prime-time TV had hardly ever bothered me. With half a dozen credit cards in my wallet, cash or no cash never mattered. And with quite a few hundred-rupee notes recovered ...
 The Hindu10 minutes ago
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Demonetisation: Credit card fiasco at petrol pumps shows not OMCs, govt or banks willing to bear cost of digital payments

The customer will not use cards if there is a charge of 2%, while the OMC would not accept the deal in case the charge is waived as it will have to pay the bank and card company the amount. (Reuters) The recent controversy over charges on fuel ...
 Financial Express19 hours ago Customers not to pay card transaction fee at fuel stations  Deccan Herald3 days ago No Extra Charges For Filling Petrol, Diesel On Credit/Debit Cards  One India3 days ago Budget 2017: Online payments may get cheaper with tax rebates in offing  Money Control4 days ago
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Indian Express

Demonetisation: United Bank of India sees credit growth of 7-8% by end of March

Banks had to meet the incremental CRR requirements post demonetisation which had cost them as they had to pay interest, the bank's MD & CEO P Bajaj said. Credit growth of United Bank of India (UBI) at the end of FY 2016-17 will be as low as ...
 Indian Express6 hours ago Demonetisation: UBI sees credit growth at 7-8 pc by end-Mar  Money Control7 hours ago UBI sees credit growth at 7-8% by end-Mar  Money Control7 hours ago Demonetisation to derail cement sector growth: Ind-Ra  Business Standard1 week ago
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India inks financing pact with World Bank for $48 million

Multilateral lending agency World Bank and India today signed a financing agreement for IDA credit of USD 48 million (equivalent) for the 'Nagaland Health Project'. "The objectives of the project are to improve health services and increase their utilization ...
 Business Standard6 hours ago India Signs Financing Agreement with World Bank for US$ 48 Million for “Nagaland Health Project”.  PIB7 hours ago

ASIA CREDIT CLOSE: Pipeline stays busy ahead of Trump inauguration

HONG KONG, Jan 16 (IFR) - Asian credit markets began theweek much as they finished last week, with issuers pushing toget deals done before the U.S. presidential inauguration onJanuary 20. Investors, however, appeared to lack conviction, with recentprints ...
 Sify11 hours ago ASIA CREDIT CLOSE: New issues outperform as market absorbs fresh notes  Sify4 days ago ASIA CREDIT CLOSE: Credit gains as investors pounce on primary issues  Sify3 days ago ASIA CREDIT CLOSE: Credit eases ahead of new sovereign supply  Sify1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Labour intensive sectors may get easy credit flow soon

New Delhi: Labour intensive sectors like gems& jewellery and textiles may soon get easy flow of credit as the government is working on the issue on account of demonetisation. Top officers from the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion ...
 Deccan Chronicle8 hours ago Why easy credit for MSMEs may not take off soon  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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