Friday, 9 December 2016

Nifty hovers around 8250; Sheela Foam surges 39% to Rs 1018


Banks in China and India will continue to remain under pressure next year due to mounting bad loans, even though earnings and capital buffers are strong enough to withstand any serious threat, Fitch warned. "Our 2017 outlook on more than three-quarters of the banks in the region is negative. Though earnings and capital buffers are generally strong enough to withstand these trends, we expect viability ratings to remain under pressure in China and India," Fitch said in a report. 

In the 2017 outlook on Asia-Pacific banks, Fitch said, "most of Asia-Pacific's banks are facing a cyclical deterioration in asset quality in 2017, as a challenging economic environment continues to put pressure on borrowers. Noting that there has been a rapid build-up of private sector debt--both corporate as well as households-- in a number of APAC economies since 2009, the resultant vulnerabilities will continue to be tested in 2017.

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