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Credit Trends: Risky Credits: The Drop-Off To The 'CCC' Rating Category From 'B-' Still Looms Large | S&P Global Ratings

Bad loans across the Indian banking system could rise to nearly 13-14% of total loans in the current financial year amid a rare contraction in Indian economy, showed data released by S&P Global Ratings. The agency expects India’s real GDP to contract by 5% this year.Gross NPAs for Indian banks could rise 13-14% in FY21, S&P Rating says.

COVID-19 Impact: Bad Loans May Rise To A Near Two-Decade High, Says S&P

The Covid-19 pandemic may set back the recovery of India’s banking sector by years, which could hit credit flows and, ultimately, the economy, warned S&P Global Ratings.The global rating agencThe Covid-19 pandemic may set back the recovery of India’s banking sector by years, which could hit credit flows and, ultimately, the economy, warned S&P Global Ratings.The global rating agenc

Indian banks’ NPLs to spike to 13-14% of total loans, warns S&P - The Hindu BusinessLine

Non-performing loans are likely to shoot up to 13-14 per cent of total loans in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021.Non-performing loans are likely to shoot up to 13-14 per cent of total loans in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2021.

COVID-19 May Set Back Banks' Recovery By Years, Raise Bad Loans Says S&P

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The US-based rating agency expects non-performing loans in Indian banks will hit a fresh high, raising credit costs, and putting pressure on ratings.The US-based rating agency expects non-performing loans in Indian banks will hit a fresh high, raising credit costs, and putting pressure on ratings.

Covid-19 may set back Indian banks' recovery by years: S&P - The Economic Times