With CPs pricey, a surge for bank credits; expanding credit interest could push up base rates
By Ankit Sharma
Sep 24, 2013
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In just two weeks left to September 6, Bank loans hopped to 17-month high borrowers made hurry for them, forsaking the commercial or business paper (CP) markets. The excuse for why — higher transient rates has made business papers ugly. In addition, organizations are grabbing cash that is part of credit measures as of recently sanction yet not acquired.

Due to this, banks will bring base rates up in the coming week’s peak season credit request after a plenteous rainstorm is liable to push interest for credits up. Bank loans reached Rs54-lakh crore in two weeks, and ended on September 6, with an increase of 18.2% in compared to last year. A significant part of the credit development happened after the July 14 liquidity-tightening steps published by the Reserve Bank of India to shore up the falling rupee Nonetheless, given the general log jam in the economy, a few investors are urging alert and feel that the advance request development may be not stood by over a more extended period, especially as the business paper market uncovers a surer balance.

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