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Monday, 16 July 2018

Krishna Merchant' s stories

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  • Indonesian President Joko Widodo speaks during a press conference at presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan.

    Indonesia launches infra fund

    People & Markets | 06 July 2018

    Indonesia has launched a state-owned infrastructure investment fund in a bid to drive more of the country’s savings into long-term projects and deepen the local capital markets.

  • Indonesia Inc lines up bonds

    Emerging Markets | 15 June 2018

    Indonesian companies are lining up rupiah bonds before borrowing costs rise further, following two rate increases by Bank Indonesia, while dollar bond issuance has slowed.

  • India tightens rules for state-owned non-banks

    People & Markets | 08 June 2018

    India’s state-owned non-banking finance companies are facing higher capital requirements under new rules bringing them in line with their privately owned peers.

  • Macro position is key for India – Rajan

    People & Markets | 08 June 2018

    Former Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan said India needed to strengthen its macroeconomic position to withstand emerging-market volatility.

  • Bhushan boost for debt workouts

    Loans | 25 May 2018

    Tata Steel is borrowing Rs165bn (US$2.42bn) to fund the acquisition of a controlling stake in Bhushan Steel in a significant step forward under India’s new bankruptcy rules.

  • India calls for better disclosure on bonds

    People & Markets | 18 May 2018

    India’s market regulator has tabled stricter disclosure rules for issuers of bonds and preference shares, in a bid to enhance transparency and accountability for investors.

  • India Inc looks overseas for funds

    Loans | 11 May 2018

    Volatile domestic markets and a relaxation of overseas borrowing rules are sending more Indian companies into the offshore loan markets.

  • An India Rupee note is seen in this illustration photo.

    India eases debt rules

    People & Markets | 04 May 2018

    India’s central bank has loosened rules for foreign investments in domestic bonds and liberalised its overseas borrowing, in a move seen as shoring up support for the falling rupee.

  • India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during the inauguration of DefExpo 2018 in Chennai, India.

    India lifts foreign investor limits

    People & Markets | 13 April 2018

    Foreign portfolio investors will be able to buy a further Rs1.04trn (US$16bn) of onshore rupee notes in the current fiscal year after the central bank raised the investment limits for government and corporate bonds.

  • A man checks his phone outside the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) headquarters in Mumbai, India.

    RBI adds fuel to India bonds rally

    People & Markets | 06 April 2018

    Indian government bonds have rallied for the second consecutive week after the central bank allowed lenders to spread their mark-to-market losses over several quarters.

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