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'RBI to cut rates by 25 bps on April 5'
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'RBI to cut rates by 25 bps on April 5'

Demand for policy rate cut may be considerable, but given the central bank's inflation target, rate cut space is scant, and the Reserve Bank of India is likely to cut only 25 basis points in the upcoming monetary policy, a Deutsche Bank report says. According to the global financial services major, with RBI sticking to its goal of maintaining 1.5-2 per cent average real interest rate, which along with an average CPI inflation forecast of 5 per cent for 2016-17 leaves little room for bringing ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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5,275 wilful defaulters (+ Mallya) owe banks Rs 56,621 crore

India’s five leading wilful defaulters are Winsome Diamonds & Jewellery Ltd and associate Forever Precious Jewellery & Diamonds, Zoom Developers, Kingfisher Airlines, Beta Naphthol and Raza Textiles Bangalore: Liquor baron Vijay Mallya (60) and his Rs 7,000-crore (Rs 70 billion) default occupy headlines, but there are 5,275 other “wilful defaulters” - together, they owe India’s banks Rs 56,521 crore ($83.9 billion), according to the Credit Information Bureau ...
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How Mallya squandered money on yachts, jets and islands

  Vijay Mallya went on a buying spree abroad, including a penthouse in New York’s Trump Plaza, but had to sell some as troubles mounted at home In his declaration of interests to the Rajya Sabha in 2014, Vijay Mallya listed himself as the chairman of three companies abroad. These are London-based Kingfisher Beer Europe Ltd, California-based Mendocino Brewing Company Inc and UBICS Inc, based in Pennsylvania. He earned a little over Rs 2 crore (Rs 20 million) per annum from these ...
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Europe bond crisis casts shadow on Indian banks

  Raising Tier-1 capital may be difficult because of CoCo bond trouble Europe’s bubbling crisis on contingent convertibles, or CoCo bonds, is bad news for Indian banks as poorly rated lenders can well shelve their plans for tapping the international markets to raise capital. The most preferred CoCo bonds are those through which banks raise their additional Tier-I capital. These are bonds that convert to equity when a specified event, such as the stock price of the company exceeding ...
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Vodafone gears up for Rs 16,500-cr IPO, names bankers

The IPO is expected to bring handsome fees for the selected banks at a time when billion-dollar listings have become scarce Vodafone, the country’s second largest mobile operator, has appointed six bankers to raise about $2.5 billion (Rs 16,500 crore) through an initial public offering this year, which could well make it the country’s largest IPO in rupee terms. Sources said Deutsche Bank, HSBC and ICICI Securities would be the book-running lead managers while Bank of America ...
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Markets end lower amid weak global cues

IT majors Infosys and TCS were the top losers while capital goods shares BHEL and L&T ended firm on robust core sector growth. Despite a marginal recovery in late trades benchmark share indices ended the first trading day of fiscal 2017 on weak note, amid weak global cues, with IT shares leading the decline. The S&P BSE Sensex ended down 72 points at 25,270 while the Nifty50 slipped 25 points to settle at 7,113. In the broader markets, the BSE Midcap gained 0.2% and Smallcap index ...
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Consulting, finance firms dominate placements at IIM-C

Reliance ADAG, Tech Mahindra among top recruiters at IIM-A Companies in the finance and consulting sectors dominated final placements at Indian Institute of Management — Calcutta (IIM-C). These included Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citibank, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, JPMC, Avendus Capital, ICICI Securities, Kotak IBD, Edelweiss. IIM-C achieved 100 per cent final placements for the Class of 2014-16 in 2.5 days. For a batch of 439 students, 500 offers — including 21 international ...
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A strange new world of negative interest rates

  A negative interest rate regime that prevails in several European countries as well as Japan has likely not occurred in the last six to seven decades, notes A V Rajwade Late last month, the Bank of Japan resorted to negative interest rates in a bid to push up inflation and growth. An unstated objective might well have been to depreciate the yen. If so, the move failed. After the introduction of negative interest rates, the yen fell sharply, only to strengthen over the next couple of ...
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Why is the world economy being shaky?

  New sources of financial and geo-strategic risk have caused the tremendous global shakiness, notes Claude Smadja What is going on? Stock and financial markets have been in turmoil since the beginning of the year, with wild gyrations that have no solid economic rationale except nervousness and fear about some possible threats hanging over the global economy. These include worries that China’s slowdown might be more pronounced than expected, concerns born of some impending signs ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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