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NPAs To Touch 10.5% By March As Banks Recognise Entire Stress

The agency said it estimates the total amount of stressed loans, which includes NPAs and standard assets that are under pressure currently and could deteriorate into NPAs, to be at Rs 11.5 trillion or 14 per cent of the system

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Bank NPAs Register Significant Growth During Jan-Jun: Survey

The Ficci-IBA survey carried out for January-June revealed that NPAs in public sector banks shot up considerably, with 91 per cent respondents from public sector banks reporting an increase

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‘Resolving NPAs Is First Priority For Renewing Growth In Steel Demand’

Steel in India is a fragmented industry. It is in the interest of the steel industry and the Indian consumer that the sector consolidates to get the benefits of scale, cost, and efficiency

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Cholamandalam Net Up 25% To Rs 207 Crore On Better NIM

The cost of funds dipped to 7.4 per cent from 8.2 per cent in the same period last year, while NIM improved to 8 per cent from 7.1 per cent in the same quarter last year

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Despite 21% Jump In NPAs In FY17, Lenders Lap Up Education Loans

Banks and other lenders together disbursed around Rs 20,000 crore in education loans in FY17, up from around Rs 17,000 crore a year ago

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Canara Bank's Gross NPA Divergence Rs 507 Crore For FY16

The RBI assessed the bank's gross NPAs at Rs 32,145.13 crore, higher by Rs 507.30 crore than the bank's estimates, as on March 31, 2016, the report said

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Indian Bank Q1 Profit Rises 21% To Rs 372 Crore

Gross non-performing assets (NPAs) of the bank rose to 7.21 per cent, from 6.97 per cent a year ago. Net NPAs however came down to 4.05 per cent of net advances from, 4.48 per cent

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Banks To Take Rs 2.4 Trillion Haircut To Resolve Top 50 NPA Accounts: Crisil

The haircuts have been classified into four categories marginal (less than 25 per cent), moderate (25-50 per cent), aggressive (50-75 per cent) and deep (more than 75 per cent)

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