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Crisil sees marginal uptick in cos' credit quality this fiscal

Last Updated: Tuesday, April 02, 2013, 18:21

"We believe that corporate India's credit quality trends will improve marginally in FY14 with demand pressures easing, commodity prices cooling off, and interest rates declining during the year," Crisil Ratings senior director Pawan Agrawal told reporters in a conference call here on Tuesday.

Crisil profit dips marginally to Rs 59.7 cr in Jul-Sep

Last Updated: Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 21:31

Domestic ratings agency Crisil Wednesday reported a marginal decline in its net profit at Rs 59.73 crore for the July-September quarter this year.

'Corporates credit quality will improve on pick-up in growth'

Last Updated: Thursday, October 04, 2012, 21:40

"We believe that we are at the end of the credit quality cycle and going forward the pressures will ease," Crisil Rating's director Somasekhar Vemuri told reporters on a conference call here.

RAR to moderate in H2 of current fiscal on demand slowdown

Last Updated: Thursday, October 04, 2012, 17:33

Credit rating agency, CRISIL Thursday said rating action ratio (RAR) will moderate further in the rest half of the current fiscal after witnessing a drop on year-on-year basis in the April-September period due to reducing profitability of firms.

Crisil revises GDP growth projection down to 7% for 2011-12

Last Updated: Thursday, December 08, 2011, 21:49

Ratings agency Crisil Thursday lowered its growth forecast for the Indian economy in 2011-12 to 7 percent, from the earlier estimate of 7.6 percent, due to global slowdown and weak domestic investment climate.

More pressure on corporate profitability, credit ratings: Crisil

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 04, 2011, 18:07

Reflecting an increase in credit ratings downgrades and a fall in upgrades, Crisil Tuesday said its Rating Action Ratio declined marginally during the first half of this fiscal and pressures on corporate profitability are expected to continue.