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Where Next for Banks?

The events surrounding the market crash on 29 September 2008 marked the beginning of a new era in finance, one dominated less by profit-savvy banks than customer-oriented collaborative enterprises. 617 more words

FinTech

5,367 करोड़: देश के बैंकिंग इतिहास का सबसे बड़ा घाटा

वित्त वर्ष 2015-16 की चौथी तिमाही में पंजाब नेशनल बैंक को 5,367 करोड़ रुपए का भारी-भरकम घाटा हुआ। भारत में यह किसी बैंक को अब तक का सबसे बड़ा तिमाही घाटा है। वित्त वर्ष 2014-15 की चौथी तिमाही में पीएनबी ने 307 करोड़ रुपए का मुनाफा कमाया था।

जनवरी-मार्च तिमाही में पीएनबी की ब्याज आय 27 फीसदी घटकर 2,768 करोड़ रुपए रह गई। एक साल पहले इसी अवधि में इस दिग्गज सरकारी बैंक की ब्याज आय 3,792 करोड़ रुपए रही थी।

तिमाही दर तिमाही आधार पर जनवरी-मार्च तिमाही में पीएनबी का ग्रॉस एनपीए 8.47 फीसदी से बढ़कर 12.9 फीसदी हो गया। इस दौरान बैंक का नेट एनपीए 5.86 फीसदी से बढ़कर 8.61 फीसदी के स्तर पर पहुंच गया।

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Business

The way global economic scene was perceived by me way back in 2007

The following piece is reproduced and would give an insight to students of economics today:

panch-tattva talk

This entry was posted on August 14, 2007, in… 691 more words

Kenya: Why The Recalibration Of The Banking Sector Is Good

By Anzetse Were

Kenyans have been shaken by the number of bank closures over the past few months. The first was Dubai Bank in August 2015, Imperial Bank in October 2015 and more recently Chase Bank. 666 more words

Economy

Analysis: The security implications of the Panama Papers

Aside from their immediate shock value, the Panama Papers reveal the enormous extent of tax evasion on a worldwide scale. This unprecedented phenomenon is inextricably tied with broader trends in globalized finance-capitalism that directly threaten the very survival of the postwar welfare state. 776 more words

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Modelling banking sector shocks and unconventional policy: new wine in old bottles?

James Cloyne, Ryland Thomas and Alex Tuckett.

The financial crisis has thrown up a huge number of empirical challenges for academic and professional economists.  The search is on for a framework with a rich enough variety of financial and real variables to examine both the financial shocks that caused the Great Recession and the unconventional policies, such as Quantitative Easing (QE), that were designed to combat it.   1,610 more words

Macroeconomics