DLF's debt rises by over 900 crore to Rs 22,520 crore

India's largest realty firm DLF's net debt has increased by Rs 922 crore during the quarter ended September to Rs 22,520 crore.

Amtek Auto ropes in Morgan Stanley as advisors to pare debt

In a regulatory filing, the firm said it was considering various options, including a minority stake sale of up to 25-40 percent in its overseas business.

Welspun India net up 33%; to bring down debt further

The world's third largest home textile manufacturer Welspun India, which Tuesday reported its best-ever quarterly profit with a 32.7 percent rise at Rs 172.35 crore for the September quarter, said it will considerably bring down its debt this fiscal year.

Vladamir Putin asks IMF to help Ukraine pay off $3 billion debt to Russia
Vladamir Putin asks IMF to help Ukraine pay off $3 billion debt to Russia

President Vladimir Putin called Tuesday on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to lend an additional USD 3 billion to Ukraine to help the ex-Soviet country pay off its debt to Russia.

Government to borrow $37.7 bn in Oct-March: Source
Government to borrow $37.7 bn in Oct-March: Source

The government will borrow a gross 2.49 trillion rupees ($37.70 billion) between October and March, or the second half of the 2015/16 fiscal year, a source familiar with the details told Reuters on Monday.

Amtek hasn't approached us for new loans yet: Lenders

Even as cash-crunch hit Amtek Auto informed exchanges that it's in advanced talks with banks for fresh funds to repay its Rs 800 crore debt, lenders Tuesday denied any such discussions and said they've serious reservation about further lending to the auto component maker.

Don't distort tariff, pay aid directly to poor: NTPC to states

Issuing bonds and writing off debt will not help power distribution firms, and states should use technology to provide direct subsidy to weaker sections without affecting tariff, NTPC Chairman Arup Roy Choudhury said today.

Tata Steel plans to raise Rs 1,500 cr via short-term debt notes

Tata Steel is planning to raise Rs 1,500 crore through issuance of commercial paper (CP), a short-term debt instrument.

Germany praises Greek stance shift in debt talks

Germany`s hardline finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on Sunday hailed a change in tone in talks with Greece over its next bailout but warned Europe would closely monitor the pace of reforms in Athens.

India's exports to Greece fall 15% on debt crisis: Govt

The financial crisis in Greece has led to a 15.45 percent fall in India's exports to the European nation during the first quarter of this fiscal, Parliament was informed Wednesday.

Ukraine`s crucial debt talks hit new hurdle

Ukraine and its creditors hit a new stumbling block Wednesday after a new debt restructuring offer from Kiev and call for a "decisive" final meeting drew only a lukewarm response.

Ukraine eyes September debt repayment freeze

Ukraine's finance ministry warned on Thursday it could declare a technical default in two months should its lenders fail to accept less stringent repayment terms and a possible partial debt write-off.

Recent developments in the Greek debt crisis

Greece reaches agreement with eurozone creditors on terms for a third rescue package after 17 hours of negotiations. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras agrees to tough reforms in return for talks on a three-year bailout worth up to 86 billion euros ($93 billion).

GVK Coal under debt burden of $885 million

GVK Coal Developers, which owns mines in Australia, is burdened with USD 885 million of debt, according to GVK group's annual report.

German hardline finance chief Schaeuble, Europe's 'new boss'?

Germany`s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble insists he is deeply pro-European, but for many his unbending stance on Greece has cast him as a villain in the struggle to save Athens from crashing out of the euro.

Greeks spend their locked-away euros

Use it or lose it: that`s the plan for many Greeks, who have been going on a credit card-fuelled spending spree as the economy has tanked out of fears their cash could be confiscated or devalued.

Protesters throw petrol bombs as Greek parliament debates bailout

Anti-austerity protesters hurled petrol bombs at police in front of Greece`s parliament on Wednesday as lawmakers began debating deeply unpopular reforms needed to unlock a new eurozone bailout.

Greek PM `takes responsibility` for bailout deal

Greece`s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Tuesday he took responsibility for a tough bailout deal clinched with the eurozone to save the near-insolvent country, despite not believing in many of the draconian reforms it demands.

Critics on left and right slam Greece debt 'coup'

Politicians on the far left and right accused European powers of negotiating with a "gun to the head" of Greece and terrorising and colonising it through Monday`s new debt deal.

Goldman Sachs could be sued for helping hide Greece's debts: Report

If Greece follows the advice of a former Goldman Sachs banker, the global investment banking firm could face legal action for helping hide the European country`s debts through complex transactions, a media report said on Saturday.