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46 per cent people borrowed from family, friends during pandemic to run households: Report

46 per cent people borrowed from family, friends during pandemic to run households: Report

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China Cuts Medium-Term Borrowing Costs By 20 Bps, Steps Up Fight Against Pandemic

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) said it was lowering the one-year medium-term lending facility (MLF) loans to financial institutions to 2.95%,

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Lower Govt Borrowings To Help Bond Market, Says Sebi

Lowering of government borrowings as announced in the budget from Rs 5.80 lakh crore to Rs 3.48 lakh crore during the current fiscal would augur well for the corporate bond market, a Sebi official said.

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Govt To Borrow Rs 3.5 Lakh Crore In FY18

The government will borrow Rs 3.5 lakh crore from the market in 2017-18, around Rs 75,000 crore lower than the the current fiscal

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FM Arun Jaitley Plans Expansive Union Budget Despite Growth, Revenue Worries

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is looking at how to fund giveaways to taxpayers and higher public investment to help nurse Asia's third-largest economy back to health after the government's shock decision in November to abolish high-value banknotes

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Banks Add Leverage To Spice Up 'Masala' Bonds For Expatriate Indians

Bankers are finding new ways to sell India's "masala" bonds by structuring this rupee-denominated debt issued abroad into derivatives, and then sweetening the deal with leveraged returns of 12 to 13 per cent after fees and hedging

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RBI Plans To Tighten Rules For Large Corporate Borrowers

Indian banks would have to make higher provisions for lending to large corporate borrowers above a certain level from next financial year, according to proposals published by the RBI on Thursday

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Banks See Credit Pick Up As India Inc Borrows Again

India's banks say they expect credit growth to pick up moderately this financial year after falling to an almost two-decade low, as consumer confidence grows and companies resume borrowing to keep plants running and fund new projects

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HDFC Bank Sees Green Shoots As Indian Companies Borrow Again

HDFC Bank, India's largest lender by market value, said it is beginning to see "green shoots" in corporate loan growth, as companies begin to borrow and spend again after almost two years of reining in

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India Inc's Oct Foreign Loan Down 24% at $2.11 Bn

Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd raised $60 million for refinancing of earlier ECB and capital expenditure for ports

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