Banks are tweaking interest rates on loans to the corporates of India. On a selective basis, depending on the tenure or security of the loan, banks, especially in the private sector, are tweaking rates to suit the demands of corporates.
The recent auction held by market regulator Sebi for selling investment limits in government bonds to foreign institutional investors (FIIs) received strong response with 68 FIIs participating in it. The 68 FIIs are learnt to have submitted bids worth Rs 10,146 crore for investment in government bonds. But the amount of investment limit auctioned by Sebi is Rs 5,533 crore and consequently, the number of successful bid s
The ceiling on investment by foreign institutional investors (FII) in government bonds and corporate bonds has been raised by $5 billion each. The sub-limit of $10 billion for investment by FIIs in G-secs was enhanced by $5 billion, Reserve Bank of India ( RBI) said. The cap on corporate debt other than in the infra
Some experts suggest the government to raise investment limit of foreign institutional investors (FIIs) in corporate bonds help investment in the infrastructure sector. They also want the government to raise investment limit of FIIs in government bonds as this would help in brin
In order to develop a vibrant corporate bond market, the union finance ministry is reportedly planning some steps in collaboration with Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the ministry of corporate affairs (MCA). Media reports suggest that the ministry plans to give statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) status to corporate bonds in order to encourage banks to