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, 1 week ago
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.com, 5 days ago Indian companies' credit quality shows signs of improvement [Mint, New Delhi :: ] BusinessWeek, 4 days ago
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 Letter, 5 days ago Pharma capex to swell 40% in 4 yrs The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago CRISIL expects capex investment by pharma players to surge 40% PharmaBiz, 2 weeks ago Top 20 Pharma Firms' Capital Expenditure to Surge by 40%: Crisil NDTV Profit, 2 weeks ago
India’s top pharma firms capex is expected to rise by 40 per cent in next four years as they focus to increase their exports due to expiry of patents in coming years, according to rating agency Crisil. Crisil expects the capital expenditure of India’s top ...Asian Age, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI: Acchhe din for some companies seem round the corner. The Sensex has gained about 23 per cent since the beginning of 2014, the rupee has stabilised around 60 to a dollar and on interest rates the outlook is veering towards softening with a ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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