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FirstRand Bank sets sights on wholly owned India subsidiary
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FirstRand Bank sets sights on wholly owned India subsidiary

FirstRand Bank Ltd , South Africa's largest lender by market capitalization, is building a base to eventually start a wholly owned subsidiary in India, as it sees the country as a perfect hedge for its commodity-dependent home market. We are here ... Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago

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India in a sweet spot; data to take a bit more to reflect recovery: K Harihar, FirstRand Bank

"With the kind of forex strength that we have, we can import whatever we need and keep inflation low. As a result, interest levels will remain low too."
 Economic Times1 month ago
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Nomura keeps faith in Indian debt as Rajan rejects quick fixes

Mumbai: This year's biggest drop in Indian bonds is a buying opportunity for Nomura Holdings Inc . as the slump in oil improves the nation's finances and policy makers stand firm on reforms. Local assets have come under pressure due to the global ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago India Bonds Rise in July as Inflation Risk Ebbs Before RBI Meets  Bloomberg3 weeks ago India 10-Year Bonds Rise as Foreign Investment Cap Under Review  Bloomberg1 month ago India Rupee Falls Most in a Week as Stocks Drop After Greek Vote  La Repubblica1 month ago
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Raghuram Rajan seen locking global funds out of rupee amid Asian turmoil

Mumbai: While India's central bank has good reasons to raise the cap on global funds rupee bond holdings, one glance at Asian currency markets explains why it probably won't. Schroder Investment Management Ltd says raising the $30 billion limit ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
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India's 10-Year Bond Yield Drops to Two-Week Low as Oil Retreats

Indian sovereign bonds advanced, pushing the 10-year yield to a two-week low, as falling oil prices eased concern that inflation will quicken. Brent crude slumped 1.6 percent on Wednesday and has retreated 12 percent in July as an unexpected ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago Failed India bond sale revives calls to raise cap for foreigners  Livemint.com1 month ago Indian Bonds Decline as Monsoon Forecast Fuels Inflation Concern  Bloomberg2 months ago Indian Bond Yields Climb to Six-Month High on Inflation Concern  La Repubblica2 months ago

Rupee cracks; 65-level strong resistance; what experts say

NEW DELHI: The Indian rupee is likely to slide below 65 to a dollar in the near term, pressured by China's move to artificially devalue its currency by about 2 per cent on Tuesday and the prospects of a likely interest rate lift-off by the US Federal Reserve, ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Forex reserves dip $1.8 billion in July on valuation changes

KOLKATA: The crash in gold price and euro's depreciation of euro against dollar make India's foreign exchange reserves poorer by about $1.8 billion in the last five weeks. Euro and gold are important contributors to the country's forex reserves ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
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Modi loosening purse strings cuts India firms costs to 2010 low

Modi has pledged to build roads, ports and airports as he seeks to reverse an investment slowdown. Photo: Indranil Bhoumik/Mint Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has loosened government purse strings, swelling cash piles at Indian banks and ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

5 reasons why markets can hit record highs in next 6-12 months

NEW DELHI: Easing global concerns seem to be providing tailwinds to Indian stocks markets, which are likely to hit fresh record highs in the coming six months. The S&P BSE Sensex reclaimed its crucial psychological level of 28000, and Nifty too surged past ...
 Economic Times1 month ago 'China stocks driven by retail investors, may not impact global markets'  Economic Times1 month ago
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Setting debt limit for FIIs in rupees could draw another Rs30,000 crore

Foreigners can invest up to $30 billion in government debt and $51 billion in corporate bonds issued by Indian companies. Photo: Bloomberg Mumbai: The government's plan to denominate the debt limit of foreigners in rupees, instead of in dollars, ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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