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On 12 Nov, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) prescribed wider disclosures and compliances norms by the issuers of listed municipal bonds. As per the SEBI norms, listed entities should submit half-yearly unaudited financial results to the stock exchanges within 45 days of the end of the first half of the year and ..
The Reliance Industries group, currently lead by Mukesh Ambani is one of the largest companies in India. This gargantuan conglomerate, which has wide-ranging interests in the hydrocarbon sector to the telecommunications space and the retail market, is looking to reduce its debt. The debt of Reliance Industries While Reliance Industries has been a very cash ..
In its latest Global Economic Outlook (GEO), Fitch Ratings has recently cut India’s economic growth forecast for the financial year FY20 starting April 1, to 6.8% from its previous estimate of 7%, on weaker than expected momentum in the economy. According to Fitch, the RBI has adopted a more dovish monetary policy stance and cut ..
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In its second-quarter Sovereign Credit Overview for Asia Pacific region, Credit rating agency Fitch has said that India’s economic growth will accelerate to 7.3% in the current financial year FY19 and 7.5% in the next fiscal. The growth rate will accelerate as money supply has recovered to its pre-demonetisation level and disruptions related to the ..
According to Global rating agency Fitch, India, China and Korea — three most powerful emerging Asian economies — are exhibiting delayed effects of tight monetary policies introduced in 2010-11 to tackle inflation. According to Fitch: Slow upgrading in financial position of countries including India and China has come in the way of positive credit rating ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2012