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Second COVID Wave May Worsen Stressed Assets In Financial System: Rakesh Mohan

As per the Financial Stability Report, NPAs of the banking sector were projected to surge to 13.5 per cent of advances by September 2021, from 7.5 per cent in September 2020, under the baseline scenario.

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Tantrum Without A Taper! Should We Be Worried On The Rising US Bond Yields?

Any abnormal movements in US ten year yield, even those not caused by Fed policy stance, started to leave a severe dent on equity markets because the rising yield brought the fears of 2013 brutal crash.

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Global Dividend Payouts Forecast To Revive In 2021

A total of $220 billion worth of cuts were made between April and December, based on investment manager Janus Henderson's Global Dividend Index.

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Credit Suisse To Slide Into Red As It Sets Aside $850 Million For US Litigation

The bank had already set aside $300 million in connection to a decade-long dispute with New York-based municipal bond insurer MBIA regarding a U.S. residential mortgage-backed security (RMBS)

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COVID-19 Shook, Rattled And Rolled The Global Economy In 2020

COVID-19 infection levels were effectively suppressed through strict but relatively brief lockdowns, allowing unemployment rates to remain low.

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Congress challenges Chief Minister for public debate over Goa's financial condition

Congress challenges Chief Minister for public debate over Goa's financial condition

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COVID-19: How To Deal With Financial Crisis

New-to-bank consumers and working professionals are dependent on credit cards that provide a line of credit to make purchases, balance transfers and/or cash advances.

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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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UK Manufacturers See Little Sign Of 'V'-Shaped Recovery

The Make UK industry association and accountants BDO said output and orders had improved from historic lows struck last quarter during the depths of the pandemic.

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World Bank's IFC Warns Of Asia-Pacific 'Financial Crisis'

The IFC has allocated more than $7 billion to boost the liquidity of businesses in the region for the fiscal year ending June 2021, with a focus on small and medium enterprises.

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Global Dividend Plunge To Be Worst Since Financial Crisis

Global dividend payments plunged $108 billion to $382 billion in the second quarter of the year, fund manager Janus Henderson has calculated, equating to a 22% year-on-year drop which will be the worst since at least 2009.

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Singapore's Jobless Rate Jumps In Second Quarter, Nearing Financial Crisis Peak

The overall unemployment rate climbed from 2.4% in the first quarter, moving within sight of a 3.4% peak hit during the global financial crisis of 2009.

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Facing financial crisis, Hyderabad barbers seek help from government

Facing financial crisis, Hyderabad barbers seek help from government

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Emerging Market Corporate Credit Quality Down But Not Out

Moody's, another ratings agency, predicts up to 13.7% of EM corporate bonds of sub-investment or junk grade may default, meaning the proportion could narrowly top the 2008 financial crisis.

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