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RBI report sees India's economic growth rate at 7.3% in 2017-18 - Livemint

The RBI's Financial Stability Report 2017 bases its optimism to the lower fiscal deficit at 3.2% for this year down from 3.5% in 2016-17. Photo: Mint. Latest News » · Idea Cellular raises Rs3,500 crore via QIP · PNB fraud: Virat Kohli continues to be ...and more »

Stressed banking sector, leveraged firms might drag down growth: RBI - Business Standard (press release) (blog)

Stressed banking sector and leveraged corporate balance sheets might block the country's economic growth, says the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Its biannual Financial Stability Report (FSR), issued on Friday, says investment demand remains weak. The ...and more »

Asset quality, profitability of banks continue to deteriorate: RBI - Hindu Business Line

While India's financial system remains stable, concerns over banks' asset quality remain, according to the Reserve Bank of India in its latest Financial Stability Report (FSR). The report said the banking stability indicator (BSI) worsened between ...and more »

Frauds going up in number, banks need to tighten cyber security norms: RBI - Economic Times

MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India flagged the rapid proliferation of frauds in the banking space over the last five years marking out a 19% increase in the number of fraudulent incidents and 72% increase in the value of the amount lost in the attacks ...and more »

Bad Loans May Rise To More Than 10% By March 2018, RBI Warns - BloombergQuint

India's gross bad-loan ratio may rise to more than 10 percent by March 2018, the Reserve Bank of India said on Friday. In the financial stability report released by the banking regulator, the RBI noted that the gross non-performing assets (NPA) ratio ...and more »

If macroeconomic conditions deteriorate, banks GNPAs may rise to 10.2 per cent, says FSR - Financial Express

A macro stress test for banks indicates that under the baseline scenario, gross non-performing assets (GNPAs) may rise from 9.6% in March 2017 to 10.2% by March 2018, the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) Financial Stability Report (FSR) revealed. By: FE ...and more »

Bank NPAs to cross 10.2% in FY18, says RBI report - Times of India

TNN Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has said that gross non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks are likely to rise from 9.6% in March 2017 to 10.2% in March 2018. The central bank has also warned that under a severe macro test scenario, it is ...and more »

Banks in India set to face further pressure on earnings; here is why - Financial Express

Indian banks are likely to face pressure on their earnings with financial disintermediation getting broad-based due to growth in market-based financing of the real sector, the Reserve Bank of India said in its six-monthly Financial Stability Report on ...and more »

RBI says bank funding can't be substituted - The Hindu

With banks increasingly 'retrenching' credit, mutual funds, non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) and capital markets have partly offset the corporate sector's debt requirement but such alternative sources of funding cannot replace bank loans, the ...and more »

RBI Says 'Severe' Credit Shock May Hit Capital Levels of Banks - News18

RBI said its stress tests showed that a “severe” credit shock would likely impact the capital adequacy and profitability of a significant number of banks. Reuters. Updated:June 30, 2017, 7:55 PM IST. facebook Twitter google skype whatsapp. RBI Says ...and more »