Govt to borrow Rs 3.6 lakh crore in first half of 2015-16

The Union government will borrow Rs 3.6 lakh crore from markets in the first half of the next financial year, which is over 50 percent of the annual target of Rs 6 lakh crore.

India Inc's foreign borrowing up 44.5% in January

India Inc raised over USD 2.59 billion from overseas markets in January 2015, up 44.5 percent from a year ago, RBI data showed Thursday.

Unrealistic to expect Greece to repay debt in full: Report

Unrealistic to expect Greece to repay debt in full: Report

The possibility of Greece defaulting on its debt repayments under a Syriza government is likely to spark renewed fears the country could be forced to leave the eurozone -- a so-called "Grexit".

India Inc's Dec foreign borrowing up 14% at $637.29 mn

India Inc raised USD 637.29 million from overseas markets in December 2014, up 13.65 per cent from year-ago period, according to the RBI data.

Greece 10-year borrowing rate tops 10% on eurozone exit fears

Short-term borrowing rates also rose slightly, with Greece paying 2.30 percent in new six-month bond issues on Wednesday compared to 2.15 percent in December.

For every Re in govt kitty, 24 paise to come from borrowing

For every rupee in government kitty, as much as one-fourth will come from market borrowing in 2014-15 while 20 paise would be spent towards interest payment.

Rich countries to borrow less as crisis eases: OECD

The world's richest countries will borrow less from the market this year than at any time since 2007, the OECD said Friday, as governments tighten their belts in the wake of the debt crisis.

MTNL seeks nod to raise borrowing limit to Rs 15,000 cr

State-run MTNL will seek shareholders approval for raising the borrowing limit to Rs 15,000 crore at its extraordinary general meeting on February 26.

US Consumer borrowing falls for 9th straight month

Americans borrowed less for a record ninth straight month in October, another sign that consumer spending will remain weak, making it harder for the economy to mount a sustained rebound.

No need for govt to up borrowing: Fin Secy

The Finance Secretary on Wednesday said that any further measures by the Reserve Bank to withdraw special liquidity measures could come in January, the month when the next monetary policy review is scheduled.

Finmin, RBI to firm up borrowing schedule for second half soon

Finance Ministry and Reserve
Bank officials will meet in the next 10-12 days to decide on
a schedule for government borrowings for the second half of
the current fiscal.

Govt may complete FY10 borrowing by Feb end: Official

The government may complete its record Rs 4.51 trillion borrowing plan for FY10 by the end of February, a Finance Ministry official said on Tuesday.

Centre relaxes borrowing norms for states

Centre allowed states to raise an addl Rs 21K cr to fight economic downturn.

IMF begins borrowing from Japan, other countries

The IMF said that it has started drawing on loans offered by Japan,
Canada and Norway as an increased number of countries have
suddenly turned to the Washington-based lender for aid amid
the global financial crisis.