Falaknaaz Syed
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New Delhi
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New India Assurance sets IPO price band at Rs 770-800

The country’s largest non-life insurer New India Assurance’s Rs 9,600 crore initial public offering (IPO) will open on November 1 and close on November 3.

Recap plan for PSBs is credit positive

Global rating agency Moody's Investors Service on Wednesday said the government's Rs 2.1 lakh crore recapitalisation plan for public sector banks is a credit positive for the sector.

Poised for growth on car sales and home finance

The Non-Banking Finance Companies (NBFC), especially asset financing NBFCs, are poised for growth as industry-wide auto volumes, especially passenger vehicles, tractors and low commercial vehicles

Non-life insurance industry is poised for great growth

The country’s largest non-life insurer New India Assurance is all set to launch its mega initial public offering (IPO) of Rs 10,000 crore this week.

More non-life insurers to take IPO route for capital needs

Driven by capital requirements to expand business and maintain solvency margins, the coming months may see some more non-life insurers launching their Initial Public Offering (IPO).

Higher provisions, weak loan growth to mar bank earnings

The banking sector is expected to report yet another quarter of subdued performance on both revenue and profitability fronts.

GIC Re IPO: opportunity for long-term investors

State-owned General Insurance Corporation of India, the country’s largest reinsurance company in terms of gross premium for FY17, will launch its Rs 11,370 crore mega initial public offering (IPO)

Premiums set to cost more after listing of insurers

Listing of non-life insurance companies on the bourses has brought back the industry’s focus on profitability, which for the past decade was driven purely by topline.

Reserve bank moots external benchmark for lending rates

Lamenting the arbitrariness of banks in pricing loans to borrowers and delaying monetary transmission, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is planning to bring a new external benchmark for lending rate

RBI paints dim picture; projects higher inflation, lower growth

As widely expected, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the central bank decided to keep interest rates unchanged, shrugging off government pressure to cut rates to boost economic growth.

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