Mumbai: Indian companies are increasingly keeping their foreign currency exposure unhedged, deterred by the high cost of hedging and lulled into complacence by the rupee's relative stability in recent months. But a semblance of volatility seems ... Livemint.com, 2 days ago
Mumbai: Indian companies' ability to repay debt is close to the lowest in more than a decade after a seven-year slump in the rupee, prompting ratings companies to warn of a rise in stressed assets. The ratio of net debt-to-earnings on the S&P BSE ...Times of Oman, 1 week ago Larsen & Toubro : India's rupee slump takes toll as corporate leverage rises 4 Traders, 1 week ago
The central bank’s decision to reduce the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) by 50 basis points will infuse around Rs 40,000 crore surplus liquidity in the system, which India Inc believes will keep liquidity buoyant, help meet industry’s short-term debt ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
The Reserve Bank of India keeping interest rates unchanged in its monetary policy review on Tuesday, chief executives said it was trying its best to keep a lid on prices. The extra Rs 40,000 crore liquidity to be released into the banking system by ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
July 16--MUMBAI -- With the Union budget taking away the tax advantage enjoyed by debt funds, corporate firms that used to invest in fixed maturity plans (FMPs) offered by debt funds may switch to fixed deposits (FDs), making it easier and cheaper ...BusinessWeek, 2 months ago
The smile is back on the face of India Inc reeling under issues of sluggish capex cycle, unscrupulous bureaucracy and the policy paralysis. There seems to be a surge of adrenaline as the union finance minister outlined measures to bring the economy back on ...Asian Age, 2 months ago Big business sees revival of capex cycle The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
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