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Education loans the newest asset class in securitisation mart
Fri, Mar 23, 2018
In February this year, Crisil had rated the country's first personal loan/cash loan securitisation transaction in almost a decade and early this month it rated the PTCs backed by receivables from consumer durable loans. Earlier this month, Crisil also rated on the country's first education PTC by Vivriti Victor Trust originated by Avanse Financial Services.
Nirav Modi scam: Crisil puts PNB ratings on the watch
Sun, Feb 18, 2018
Rating agency Crisil has put the scam-ridden Punjab National Bank's ratings on 'watch', following the Rs 11,400-crore fraud detected by the lender at one of its Mumbai branches.
MSME sector is backbone of the economy, says FM Jaitley
Sat, Feb 03, 2018
The benefit of CriSidEx is that its readings will flag potential headwinds and changes in production cycles and thus help improve market efficiencies.
India will become a full-grown 4G power in 2018, says OpenSignal report
Thu, Dec 07, 2017
India being the second largest telecom market in the world with a booming 4G scene has its fair share of hurdles which it needs to address to continue upward trajectory.
Growth to pick up to 7.6% in second half of this fiscal: Crisil
Fri, Dec 01, 2017
The agency said "Gross value-added (GVA) growth, which measures the economy from the producer or supply side – and is supposed to be a better measure of economy activity – improved to 6.1% in Q2 from 5.6% in Q1, largely on account of revival in industrial activity."
Power sector may cause further stress for banks
Thu, Sep 28, 2017
Demand for power sector is seen tepid for five fiscal years. Analysts expect that stress assets can further arise from this sector and make banks cautious in lending.
GDP numbers: Crisil blames divergent growth dataprints for WPI-CPI variance
Thu, Mar 16, 2017
According to a report formulated by Crisil chief economist Dharmadikari Joshi and his team, "The main reason for the faster growth in manufacturing GDP is that growth in the value of inputs used for production has been slower than the value of the final output."
Domestic tractor manufacturers to register 16 to 18% sales growth in FY17: Crisil
Tue, Mar 07, 2017
Crisil Research on Tuesday said domestic tractor manufacturers are projected to record 16 to 18% growth in sales of tractors for FY17 on account of revival of sales due to good monsoon which offset the impact of demonetisation on demand in the second half of the fiscal.
Consumer price inflation set to see upside pressure: Crisil
Tue, Feb 14, 2017
The fuel component of CPI rose afresh on rising crude oil prices and weaker rupee. Meanwhile, the persistent stickiness in core inflation is contrary to the refrain that demonetisation had materially dented core demand. Core inflation (CPI excluding food) rose to 5.1% in January from 5% in December, the report said.
Budget 2017: Govt should announce policies to support sectors with immense job growth potential, says Crisil
Fri, Jan 27, 2017
Crisil expects government to announce supportive policies sectors in Budget 2017 to create jobs.
Interest subsidy given to MSEs likely to result in nearly 3 times rise in govt's indirect taxes: Crisil
Tue, Jan 24, 2017
Interest subsidy of Rs 1 crore given to micro and small enterprises (MSEs) is likely to generate nearly three times rise in the government's indirect taxes resulting in creating 38 jobs and increase in revenue and profitability of MSEs, said Crisil in its latest report.
Budget 2017: Private investment must be revived to boost economy
Mon, Jan 23, 2017
CRISIL explained, “Government can support investment directly by spending more on infrastructure, particularly roads and affordable housing."
Note Ban Impact: Corporate earnings to dip to 4% in third quarter
Tue, Jan 10, 2017
After recording an average revenue growth of 6.3% for three consecutive quarters, corporate earnings for key sectors will likely dip to 4% for the October-December period of 2016-17, owing to the Government's demonetisation drive, said a Crisil report.