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Infra push leads to surge in bank credit, reverses 2-year trend

According to Reserve Bank of India data, bank credit outstanding to the infrastructure sector rose by over Rs 95,000 crore or 10.8 per cent between April 2018 and January 2019 to Rs 9.86 lakh crore.

Non-food bank credit grows at 15.6%

During the reporting fortnight, the non-food credit grew by 15.12 per cent to Rs 90.51 lakh crore, while the total non-SLR investments rose 22.26 per cent to Rs 6.81 lakh crore as against Rs 5.57 lakh crore, the data showed.

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Year-on-year rise: Bank credit grows by 14.30 per cent, highest in more than four years

According to the latest RBI data, bank credit rose 14.30 per cent as of October 12, 2018, to Rs 92,60,572 crore as against Rs 81,01,532 crore in the same period of last year.

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Bank credit grows by 7.4%; deposits up 9.5%

Banks added Rs 3,84,090 crore on the non-food credit front since April 1.

REITs: Can it revive realty sector?

Sebi has notified the draft regulations for REITs,a long-standing demand of the realty sector.

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Bank credit declines by Rs 21K cr in fortnight ending July 27

Reflecting moderation in economic activity,bank credit declined by about Rs 21,000 crore to Rs 48.51 lakh crore in the fortnight ending July 27.

Bank credit up 22.5%,deposits rise 16.9%

Credit offtake from banks grew by 22.5 per cent to over Rs 40 lakh crore during the one-year period ended May 20,2011,indicating an upswing in industrial activity.

Bank credit up 22%,deposits rise 17.5%

During the last fiscal,bank credit had increased by 21.5 pct,while deposits grew by only 15.5 pct.

Credit offtake inches up to 18pc

The credit growth of banks stood at 17.96 per cent during the one-year period ending May 21,up from 15.20 per cent a year ago.

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How demonetisation and GST hit MSMEs: News in Numbers

Two years on, we look at how demonetisation (and GST) had an adverse impact on micro, small and medium enterprises or MSMEs. Here are some of the concerns that MSMEs are dealing with.

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