Home  » Topic

Ecb News

Europe's Stimulus Set To Continue As Economies Reopen
The European Central Bank is expected to leave its stimulus efforts running at full steam Thursday - even as the economy shows signs of recovery as pandemic restrictions ease. And that could present a challenge for ECB head Christine Lagarde. She ...
Europe S Stimulus Set To Continue As Economies Reopen

Rupee Opens At Its Weakest At 74.95/US Dollar
On March 19, 2020, the Indian rupee opened at its weakest at 74.95 per US dollar, down almost 69 paise against previous close of 74.26. The weakness comes on the back of weak equities as well as gains in the dollar. ...
Government Tweaks Masala Bonds And Makes It Part of ECB
On Friday the RBI has augmented FPI ceiling through masala bonds which are being increasingly used by corporates to raise foreign debt. Some of the recent masala bond issue are from public run enterprises that include NTPC and NHAI. For ...
Sensex Surges Following Dow Led Global Rally
Benchmark indices surged in trade, following a solid rally by the US Dow Jones, which hit a new record. European markets were also trading higher, following the possibility of a expansion of monetary easing from the European Central Bank. However, it ...
Sensex Surges Following Dow Led Global Rally
Sensex Ends Lower As Global Markets Tumble On ECB Stimulus
Global markets tumbled after the European Central Bank's (ECB) stimulus left investors disappointed with many traders being caught on the wrong foot. While investors expected the ECB to buy more of government bonds each month, the central bank only extended its ...
Sensex Ends Lower As Global Markets Tumble On Ecb Stimulus
Sensex Opens Higher As Global Markets Surge
Benchmark indices opened the day sharply higher led by a solid rally in global markets on hopes of further stimulus in the EU from the European Central Bank. The Sensex was trading higher by 233 points at 27,520 points, while the ...
Sensex Opens Higher As Global Markets Surge
India’s overseas borrowings more than triples in February
Mumbai - Showing signs of uptick and confidence in Indian business environment, external commercial borrowing (ECB) by Indian companies rose to $4.3 billion in February 2014. The borrowing by Indian firms via this route were at $1.79 billion in the previous ...
What is external debt for India?
External debt which relates to the borrowing of a country is referred more so because the debt instruments floated for the purpose of raising of funds is purchased by foreign investors. External debt which is constituted by several of the ...
What Is External Debt India
Get Instant News Updates
Enable
x
Notification Settings X
Time Settings
Done
Clear Notification X
Do you want to clear all the notifications from your inbox?
Settings X