Sorry, I’d rather understand why the party for reduction in MSF and INR 17000 cr (INR 170 Bln) of Borrowing added in 0.25% of the Deposits. The channel to the low repo rate of 7.50% is still 150 points after the cut and the 10 yr yields are not really expected to move south from
The October monthly deficit climbed to a $20.96B in India even as larger trade behemoths with monthly export volumes of $160-180 B in China and US returned higher surpluses ($32.5B) and lower deficits ($41.9B) spurred by jumps in Exports. Indian data is ofcourse skewed by both the rush for Oil purchases and a downtick in
will it, won’t it. A flavour thats missing from most mature markets and though SEA markets might still like to flatter JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs for their unlisted and pre IPO equity investments in these frontier markets and the shallower yet tepidly multi bagging SEA markets, the big moolah is in India and thats
Income of INR 1594 B produced a record INR 3.37B profits for the banker wannabe as Shriram Transport relied on Leasing Income to replace the more lending business friendly Gross and Net interest income. In its core Truck leasng business the industry leader is still moving all the gravy with a dominant 50% market share.
The fortnight ended December 16 data shows expansion in credit continues at much the same pace reaching INR 4.26 Tln or $82bln approx. having started a w-o-w uptrend since the last week of October. Deposits though shrunk by INR 365 bln, a large sum, even as Advance Tax payments for Ecember were due. Rates of
India raised $2.5 bln from ECB/FCCB as late as October. Most of the $2.4 bln in September and $2.5 bln in October is infra and Petro bonds. FCCB pending from 2007 are deep out of the money. Overseas investors having been caught in a firesale courtesy Europe, have been tough on their India FCCB holdings
As expected the Indian PMI numbers turned around from 49.7 in October to over 52 in November, indicating investors coming back and new orders and production picking up in November even as stock markets turned around faster from almost a fleeting bottom in a fast paced November Services growth was faster and more confident, PMI