Kenneth Rogoff, professor of public policy and economics at the Harvard University, tells Dilasha Seth on the sidelines of the Delhi Economics Conclave that public
India Ratings has downgraded its outlook on Syndicate Bank’s existing Tier-I and Tier-II bonds from ‘stable’ to ‘negative’, due to a weakening credit profile of
Amid talks of consolidation gaining currency in the Indian banking space, public sector lender Dena Bank’s Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) Ashwani Kumar has said
The Reserve Bank will hire 12 currency verification systems for six months to help it segregate fake ones from scrapped notes of Rs 500/1000 denomination.
Over half of India currently faces sugar deficit despite existence of huge carryover stocks from the previous year and bumper output in some states including
Some companies have started offering family floater health insurance plans that allow individuals to include their parents in the same policy. While such policies offer
The bankruptcy law reforms committee (BLRC) has visualised four pillars to make the insolvency process work efficiently: A private industry of insolvency professionals (IPs); adjudication
The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) direction to banks to commence insolvency proceedings against 12 big-ticket corporate defaulters (with a combined value of Rs 1,75,000
Despite the poor performance, most brokerages have a positive view on Ashok Leyland On a day when the broader markets were up, Ashok Leyland fell
via Ashok Leyland reaches highest market share ever in Q1 at 34.7% | Business Standard News
The corporate results season for the April-June 2017 quarter has started on an encouraging note, thanks to a better-than-expected performance by industry heavyweights such as
With defaulters themselves triggering the proceedings, resolution could happen faster Essar Steel tried to stay insolvency proceedings against it by moving the Gujarat High Court.
Speedier default resolution is welcome, but structural issues need to be addressed to prevent a recurrence of the problem Such has been the concern over
Kate Raworth’s new book, Doughnut Economics- Seven Ways to Think Like A 21st Century Economist, was published to much public acclaim earlier this year. In
Contrary to expectations, acreage under pulses has gone up this kharif season. Data from the Ministry of Agriculture on Friday showed an increase in area
Despite increasing number of students not paying back their loans spiking NPAs to over 10 per cent, lending continues for higher education with the disbursals
Massive searches, seizures and surveys by the Income Tax (I-T) department over the last three years have led to the detection of around Rs. 71,941
The urban poor need a one-stop shop which absorbs savings and provides risk insurance. Organised finance fails in this respect Much has been said and
With the cost of education rising, more students seem to prefer education loans. But, many are finding themselves without jobs, even after paying for expensive
Cleaning of banks’ balance sheet is the “No. 1 priority” for RBI, said deputy governor Viral Acharya on the sidelines of the Delhi Economics Conclave.