Even as revival in earnings for India Inc is being termed as the factor that will lead the turnaround of stock markets going forward, the quarter ended December 2015 seems to be another quarter lost on that account.
According to the bank-wise housing loan disbursement data for public sector banks, the home loan disbursement in the first six months of FY16 is less than half of what was disbursed in the full year in FY15.
The government may have failed to clear the Goods and Services Tax Bill 2014 along with several other reforms that are still in the pipeline, but one sector that has seen a rebound in investor interest after the Centre eased
The sharp jump in outward remittance of funds by individuals under the liberalised remittance scheme (LRS) continued for the third straight month and hit a new high of $457.5 million in September 2015, taking the outflow in t
India's top 50 companies that make up the benchmark Nifty index at the National Stock Exchange claim to have spent over Rs 4,600 crore in the financial year ended March 2015 on corporate social responsibilities.
With commodities and energy companies under stress and global investors showing little interest in them, the government is now looking to line up firms from the financial and infrastructure segments where there is greater inv
Since banks are required to cut rates for existing customers in the same proportion as the cut in base rate, they are increasing their spread for new customers so that they always have a decent margin with them to bear the pr
A day after State Bank of India announced a 40 basis point cut in lending rates, with effect from October 5, following the Reserve Bank of India’s repo rate cut of 50 basis points on Tuesday, the bank has gone on a sales sp
While stalled projects have added to the woes of infrastructure sector, the decline in the financial health of corporate houses executing these projects has further weakened their ability to borrow more from banks.
At the end of a two-day meeting, America’s central bank will decide if it is time to raise interest rates, the first since June 2006. Indian Express explains why economies around the world are worried.