Saudi Bank stress builds as kingdom's cash injection falls short
Financial institutions in the Arab world’s largest economy are bearing the brunt of a halving of oil prices since 2014.
Big banks park beat-up energy sector bonds in US money funds
Even though the value of the bonds are in free, the money funds readily accept t...
Mutual funds allowed to participate in Credit Default Swap (CDS) transactions
Market regulator Sebi today allowed mutual funds to participate in Credit Default Swap (CDS) transactions, which allow business entities to hedge risks associated with the b...
Sebi will let you sell, repurchase corp bonds on stock exchanges
Trading in corporate bonds is expected to infuse greater liquidity and widen the investor base.
MFs cut shady deals with large banks to mask losses
AMID a money market crunch and falling bond prices, some mutual funds (MFs) have cut unauthorised deals with large banks to hide losses and raise temporary cash.
Lehman channelised risks through 'alter ego' firm
It was like a hidden passage on Wall Street, a secret channel that enabled billions of dollars to flow through Lehman Brothers.
Players can borrow against corporate bonds
The move will give participants access to relatively cheaper funds. The repurchase or repo facility will be available to all these players in addition to banks from March 2010.
No wall yet to hold capital flows: Fin secy
The government has ruled out any curbs on capital inflows even though the inflows in the initial months of the current fiscal are almost on par with corresponding months of 2007-08.
Economic reforms to continue to get economy back to 9% growth
Pranab Mukherjee said the process of economic reforms will continue “in right earnest” to get the economy back to 9% growth.
Flexi-Pack: Govt borrowings to have a smooth sail
The RBI has unveiled a string of measures to make the money markets more flexible and smoothen government borrowing.
It's been soothe sailing so far
This credit policy was on expected lines. No surprises.