* Bonds: India's top NBFCs sense opportunities as weaker
grapple with liquidity squeeze
MUMBAI/SINGAPORE A series of measures from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to lure foreign buyers into the country's short-term debt market could easily backfire, investors fear, exposing the economy to volatile "hot money" flows.
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MUMBAI/SINGAPORE Indian companies are finding it easier to raise funds through bonds than bank loans, as a surge in bad credit chokes off bank lending while investors seek higher-yielding investments for their cash.
MUMBAI/SINGAPORE Two of India's biggest renewable energy companies, Greenko Group PLC and ReNew Power Ventures Pte Ltd, plan to sell a combined $750 million worth of rupee-denominated bonds in the domestic market, three bankers told Reuters on Tuesday.
MUMBAI Four Indian renewable power producers are planning to raise up to $2.5 billion (1.94 billion pounds) via dollar bonds offshore because of caution among domestic lenders, banking sources said.
SINGAPORE, July 3 (IFR) - Flows into credit mutual funds are
surging in India, providing a welcome fillip to lower-rated
borrowers while exposing investors to higher risks at a time of
rising bad debts.
MUMBAI Pune sold $31 million in 10-year bonds on Monday, as cities in Asia's third-largest economy look to tap investors for the first time in a decade to finance infrastructure projects.
MUMBAI, June 19 Pune, a city in India's western
state of Maharashtra, sold $31 million in 10-year bonds on
Monday, as cities in Asia's third-largest economy look to tap
investors for the first time in a decade to finance
SINGAPORE, March 6 (IFR) - India's Bollywood film industry
is set to premiere in the US dollar bond market as one of the
country's biggest distributors prepares its debut high-yield