The proportion of delayed projects in total monitored projects fell to a five-year low of 30.7 per cent in May 2016.
The Tuesday’s rally was led mainly by FIIs who bought Rs 2,913 crore worth of equities while their domestic counterparts sold shares worth Rs 835 crore.
At the end of November 2015, their anticipated completion cost increased to Rs 12.3 lakh crore ($ 181.2 billion).
Primary markets and other segments include IPO, QIP, rights issue, preferential offers and stock buybacks by companies.
With Friday’s gains, as many as 60 companies across the sectors from the BSE100 index booked at least 1% gain from the August 24 levels.
Bank credit growth has been stagnant near the 10-year low level of 8.8% since the second fortnight of June 2015.
This is due to the fact that export growth depends more upon the global demand factors than on short-term currency fluctuations.
One of the repercussions of this would be slimmer loan growth for banks since industrial credit forms nearly 44% of bank credit.
Revenue of domestic operators grew at an annualised rate of 12% over the past two years, much faster than the 5-year compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7%.
Employment growth slowed to 3.5% in FY13 from 5.7% in the year before and 6.4% in FY11, according to an ET analysis.
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