The Telegraph
Friday , August 22 , 2014

RBI tracks rebound route

The Reserve Bank of India today projected a GDP growth of 5.5 per cent this year — signalling a break from the sub-5 per cent growth in the preceding two years — which would propel the stuttering Indian economy “from a slow, bumpy lane to a faster highway”....   | Read..

Stress on identity in policy review

The Reserve Bank of India today asked the government to work with it on a new monetary policy framework....   | Read..

Mayaram on same page

The finance ministry expects growth rate in the current financial year to accelerate to 5.8 per cent, suggesting that green shoots of economic recovery are now visible....   | Read..

ABD seals Mansion House deal

In a surprise move, Allied Blenders & Distillers (ABD) today acquired 50 per cent ownership rights in Dutch liquor major Herman Jansen’s brands — Mansion ...   | Read..

NBFC rule rejig to curb stock swing

The Reserve Bank of India today tightened the rules on lending by non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) against shares held as collateral....   | Read..

Canara to cut NPAs

Public sector lender Canara Bank plans to sell Rs 900 crore of bad loans to asset restructuring companies in the current quarter. ...   | Read..
Mayaram on same page

 Press Releases

FM holds out bank hope

Finance minister Arun Jaitley today said he was committed to bringing in better risk-management...   | Read..

Sony sets sales target

Sony has targeted a sales growth of 30 per cent this fiscal, which will enable the Japanese con...   | Read..



Trade pitch


Core review


Power projects


Gold demand


BankAm move