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Edelweiss Housing Finance NCD: Should You Invest In It?

Edelweiss Housing Finance NCD: Should You Invest In It?

Edelweiss Housing Finance is coming up with its Secured Redeemable Non-Convertible Debentures (NCDs) of Rs 300 crore. The issue will open on April 6 and close on April 26, 2022

02 April 2022
Freight Movement Declines In Nov Due To Slower Industrial Activity: CRISIL Report

Freight Movement Declines In Nov Due To Slower Industrial Activity: CRISIL Report

The quantum of freight moved was flat to negative on month after the pre-festive buzz in October. CRISFrex captures the changes in freight rates on a...

03 December 2021

Rising Input Costs Would Put Pressure Cement Prices To An All-Time High: CRISIL

CRISIL states that while cement prices have increased by Rs 10-15 per bag across the country, this would not translate into an increase in EBITDA for cement...

Bank Gross NPAs To Rise To 8-9 Per Cent, Stressed Assets To Touch 10-11 Per Cent: CRISIL

Bank Gross NPAs To Rise To 8-9 Per Cent, Stressed Assets To Touch 10-11 Per Cent: CRISIL

With 2 per cent of bank credit expected under restructuring by the end of this fiscal, stressed assets - comprising gross NPAs and loan book under...

20 October 2021

Crisil Slashes FY'20 Growth Forecast To 5.1 Per Cent

Crisil's revision, which is among the lowest after Japanese brokerage Nomura’s 4.7 per cent forecast, comes within days of the official data showing a...

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28 May 2019
Rupee In Uncertain Place, Can Bullish BJP Buck The Trend In Second Innings?

Rupee In Uncertain Place, Can Bullish BJP Buck The Trend In Second Innings?

Narendra Modi-led BJP is all set to begin its second innings but faultlines in the economy due to GST and demonetisation need to be addressed


09 November 2018
50 Large NBFCs Require Rs 95,000 Crore For Debt Repayments Due In November

50 Large NBFCs Require Rs 95,000 Crore For Debt Repayments Due In November

In October, the rollover rate of CPs issued by these 50 largest NBFCs was only around 40 per cent of the average monthly issuances between June and August 2018.


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