The Telegraph
Wednesday , October 5 , 2016

RBI spreads festive cheer

Lower monthly payments on home and auto loans - these could well be your festival bonus this year, thanks to the RBI's six-member panel headed by governor Urjit Patel, which today cut the repo rate...   | Read..

Rule tweak on way to tackle bad loans

The Reserve Bank today said it would come out with modified guidelines by the end of the month to allow a portion of sustainable bad loans to be treated as a standard asset.   | Read..

Cheaper credit to boost growth

India Inc today said the repo rate cut by the RBI would boost sentiment and aid in growth and hoped that banks would transmit the benefit to the borrowers.   | Read..

Borrowing prop for start-ups

The RBI today allowed start-ups to raise up to $3 million in a financial year through external commercial borrowings (ECBs).   | Read..

Rate-cut surprise lifts stocks

Stocks ended in the green for the third day today as the benchmark Sensex rose over 91 points after rate-sensitive stocks broke free on the RBI's surprise decision to cut...   | Read..

IOC cash push for Panipat

State-owned Indian Oil Corporation plans to spend over Rs 18,000 crore to raise the capacity of its Panipat refinery to 25 million tonnes (mt) by 2020. IOC had planned to...   | Read..

Spectrum auction crawls

Over 60 per cent of telecom spectrum still remain unsold at the ongoing auctions.   | Read..
RBI spreads festive cheer

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