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RBI likely to hold rates in next policy review: Rating agency
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RBI likely to hold rates in next policy review: Rating agency

Mumbai : Rating agency Icra has said it expects Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan to hold key rates in monetary policy statement due on April 1, as inflation in the country has shown considerable signs of cooling and is sniffing at ... Space View Times, 6 hours ago
Rajan likely to keep key rates unchaged: Icra New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago
Rajan likely to hold rates Tuesday: Icra Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
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ICRA reaffirms AAA rating to Exide Industries' bank facilities

Credit rating agency, ICRA has reaffirmed the AAA rating to the Rs 300 crore fund based bank facilities and the Rs 400 crore non fund based bank facilities of Exide Industries (EIL). The outlook on the long-term rating is 'Stable'. The rating agency ...
 Indian-Commodity4 days ago ICRA reaffirms ratings assigned to bank facilities of Sundaram Brake Linings  Indian-Commodity1 week ago ICRA reaffirms credit ratings assigned to bank facilities of Bharat Electronics  Indian-Commodity2 weeks ago ICRA reaffirms Credit Ratings of Bharat Electronics Ltd for 2014-15  Equity Bulls2 weeks ago

A moderate outlook for commodity prices suggests that core inflation would remain sub-4% in the ongoing quarter-ICRA Research

The second round effect of higher diesel prices and the base effect may continue to push up core-WPI to an extent in the coming months. However, a moderate outlook for commodity prices suggests that core inflation would remain sub-4% in the ongoing ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Diesel prices may continue to push up core-WPI: ICRA  India Infoline5 days ago

ICRA says stress to persist in FY '15

The number of companies that got rating downgrades declined in the last financial year, but a weak economy and a demand crunch continue to exert pressure on their credit quality, says a study. Although the number of downgrades exceeded upgrades for the third ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago PTI - ICRA (BCM14) - Corporate downgrades dip, but stress to continue in FY15: ICRA  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago Corporate downgrades dip, but stress to continue in FY15: ICRA  NDTV6 days ago Corporate downgrades dip, stress to continue in FY15: ICRA  Asia Insurance Post6 days ago
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Sundaram Brake Linings: Updates on rating by ICRA

Sundaram Brake Linings has informed that ICRA Limited vide its letter dated March 31, 2014, has reaffirmed the [ICRA] A - rating outstanding on the outstanding Rs 50 crore fund based facilities of the Company and has stated that the outlook on the long-term ...
 Money Control1 week ago Sundaram Brake Linings gets ratings for outstanding term facilities  Business Standard1 week ago
Rush Lane

CV industry going through one of its longest down cycles

According to ICRA estimates, the CV industry volumes in the current year would be lower than industry size in 2010-11. However, the sales volumes in the M&HCV segment would actually be lower than what they were in 2004-05. Thus, given the low base ...
 Web Newswire1 day ago Commercial vehicle industry going through one of its longest down cycles  Rush Lane1 week ago
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Industrial growth in March 2014 and 2013-14 as a whole seems likely to record a contraction-ICRA Research

Weak performance of capital and consumer goods results in 1.9% contraction of the Index of Industrial Production in Feb 2014, despite pick up in core sector growth An unfavourable base effect (4.3% growth in March 2013) and the y-o-y decline in merchandise ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Industrial output down 1.9% in Feb  Sify1 week ago
The Hindu

PTI - ICRA-DEGROWTH (BCM16) - Domestic commercial vehicle sales drop 20.2 pc in FY14: ICRA

ICRA-DEGROWTH (BCM16) - Domestic commercial vehicle sales drop 20.2 pc in FY14: ICRA Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Mumbai, Apr 14 (PTI) Sales of domestic commercial vehicles declined 20.2 per cent in 2013-14 due to the economic slowdown and weak ...
 Namibia Press Agency6 days ago India commercial vehicle sales dip 20.2% in FY 14: ICRA  SBICAP Securities5 days ago ICRA: Domestic CV sales drop 20.2% in FY14  Trans Reporter5 days ago Domestic commercial vehicle sales drop by 20.2%: ICRA  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
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Domestic CV industry to close 2014-15 19.7% lower than previous year: ICRA

The (CV) industry is likely to close 2014-2015 at 6,36,000 units, reflecting a 19.7% degrowth over the previous year says ICRA. According to ICRA estimates, the CV industry volumes in the current year would be lower than the industry size in ...
 Economic Times1 week ago 'Domestic CV industry to close 2014-15 19.7% lower'  Economic Times1 week ago
Money Control

ICRA : Construction sector to improve in q3 2014-2015

04/11/2014 | 07:27am US/Eastern Recommend: 0 The construction sector in India is likely to witness improvement in investments during Oct- Dec 2014 of 2014-2015, subject to a stable Government at the centre, says ICRA report.
 4 Traders1 week ago Construction sector sees most CDR cases: ICRA  Business Line1 week ago Construction sector sentiment may improve in Q3 FY'15:ICRA  Business Standard1 week ago Infrastructure sector sees most CDR cases  Trans Reporter1 week ago
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