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Public sector unit banks must consider securitising loans

By Ramraj Pai The footprint of India's 26 public sector banks is extraordinarily large, covering 70% of the banking system and underscoring their mission-critical role in economic growth. But a burgeoning baggage of bad loans and very large capital ... Economic Times, 2 months ago
Indian Business Review

Credit ratio shows early signs of recovery: CRISIL

Corporate India's credit quality is showing early signs of recovery, as indicated by CRISIL's credit ratio (ratio of number of upgrades to number of downgrades) of 1.64 times for the first half (H1) of 2014-15 (refers to financial year, April 1 to ...
 Indian Business Review2 weeks ago Economy Is Recovering; That's Certain!  Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 weeks ago Corporate India's credit quality shows early signs of recovery: CRISIL  MyIris2 weeks ago CRISIL : Credit ratio shows early signs of recovery, Crisil says  4 Traders2 weeks ago

Credit ratio for rating agencies like Crisil, Care getting healthier as economy revives

MUMBAI: Rating firms are seeing a rise in the number of upgrades for the various products they rate compared with the downgrades, reflecting an improvement in the business environment in the country. For rating firm Crisil, its credit ratio, that is ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Indian companies credit quality shows signs of improvement

Mumbai: The credit quality of Indian companies, which had piled up record debt after a spending boom before the global economic downturn set in, is showing initial signs of improvement, according to the latest data. A Mint analysis of the ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Indian companies' credit quality shows signs of improvement [Mint, New Delhi :: ]  BusinessWeek1 month ago
Pharma Letter

Indian Pharma increasing capital and research spending

With over $50 billion worth of drugs set to go off patent over the next two years in the USA, Indian pharmaceutical companies are stepping up to the plate, loosening their purse strings and spending more on capital expenditure (capex), reports The ...
 Pharma Letter1 month ago Pharma capex to swell 40% in 4 yrs  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Drug firms plan Rs 50 000cr capex  Asian Age2 months ago
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