The minutes show that MPC members, including RBI governor Urjit Patel are finding common ground with chief economic adviser Arvind Subramanian, even though they may not agree with his policy prescription. Photo: Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint Will India’s private investment revive and will the economy get its animal spirits back? And what does this imply for future policy rate cuts?
Fifty-three years after being set up as a development finance institution and 13 years after its rebirth as a bank, IDBI Bank Ltd today is a shadow of the important institution it once was. Bereft of capital to lend and facing a fast decaying loan book, the public sector lender is making losses hand over fist.In its first quarter after having pulled into prompt corrective action by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), IDBI Bank’s loan book showed no signs of healing.
That the merger of six banks with State Bank of India (SBI) was a colossal process and would give considerable grief to the lender was obvious. But the fact that the pain has stretched for one more quarter despite clean-up efforts for more than six months shows that the country’s largest bank is still figuring out its game as a larger version of itself.Indeed, much of the pain on asset quality can be traced to SBI’s five associates that were merged with it.
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Selecting a term
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