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Indian State-Run Banks Likely To See Bad Loan Additions Moderate - Morgan Stanley

The Nifty public sector bank index was down 0.4% on Thursday. The index has risen nearly 39% so far this year against a drop of about 31% in 2020.

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Digital Currency Can Transform Payment Transactions; Poses Disintermediation Risk: RBI Report

The public can convert their CASA deposits with banks into CBDC, thereby raising the cost of bank-based financial intermediation with implications for growth and financial stability

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FAIVM Seeks Regulation For Banks' Recovery Agents

The income of small businesses and middle class of society has been greatly affected and default has started coming in installments or interest on loan provided by banks or private lenders.

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Singapore Central Bank Enhancing Banking System's Liquidity During Pandemic

Jacqueline Loh, MAS' deputy managing director said that since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, MAS has introduced three new liquidity facilities and also significantly expanded the types of collateral accepted at these facilities.

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RBI to follow calibrated unwinding of emergency measures post-COVID: Governor

RBI to follow calibrated unwinding of emergency measures post-COVID: Governor

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Slowdown To Compress Incremental Credit Growth In FY20: ICRA

Non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) and housing finance companies (HFCs) to the banking system for their funding requirements had boosted bank credit growth in 2018-19.

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Mindless Lending Earlier Led To Problems In Banking System: Venkaiah Naidu

Participating in an event in Chennai yesterday, Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu said, "The banking system is going through a transformation. You are also seeing the problems that have arisen due to mindless lending earlier."

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'Health Of Our Banking System Can Govern Health Of Our Economy'

The role of credit monitoring function starts right from the moment exposure is assumed, and ends only when the exposure is fully recovered.

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Banking On Fitness: Ready To Sprint

Leaders will need to implement policies that accentuate appropriate behaviour and foster sustainable transformation. Thus, the ‘Fit for Growth’ exercise is not a one-time event...

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Demonetisation | Rural Economy Hit Hard As Informal Lending Breaks Down

The demonetisation move was intended to target wealthy tax evaders and end India's 'shadow economy', but it has also exposed the dependency of poor farmers and small businesses on informal credit systems in a country where half the population has no access to formal banking

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Slow Progress For PM’s Financial Inclusion Dream

The government is estimated to have spent Rs 266,700 crore on subsidies in 2015, of which Rs 122,700 crore was spent on food, Rs 71,000 crore on fertiliser and Rs 60,300 crore on oil

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