As per RBI figures, in September, there has been a 16.9% growth in non-food credit on year on year basis.
Just recently edtech companies were facing lot of issues. Now even fintech companies are in trouble. What's happening with fintech companies?
Expensive loans will not increase EMI only for common consumers. This will also add to the trouble of those companies which are deeply indebted
The Reserve Bank increased the repo rate on Wednesday and after a few hours the government increased the support price of Kharif crops.
Market is relaxed about the RBI policy because it was mostly in-line with the thought with no harsh norms to cut the liquidity
Loans available for banks have become expensive by about one percent. Now big question is how expensive will loans become for end consumer?
RBI has given a roadmap on CBDC in its annual report. Now it is the government's turn.
What should be your strategy as a retail equity investor in these tough times?
This week, market started with a gap-up and maintained the gain with volatility
The market was on a rampant during the last 2 months. In CY22, main index is down by 15% while mid & small caps by 20 to 30%