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Why this 18000 budgetary support to banks does not result in increases share of government in bank...
Does this 18000 crore budgetary support is in form of donation without creating any liability on bank....???
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@19:37, in this scenario, the bank lends Rps.155 more to corporate sectors. If in worst case, the entire loan turns out be NPA, then from where the bank would pay back Rps.155 to its investors/account holders?
excellent and comprehensive explanation of every aspect of recapitalization with the help of simpler example. Looking forward to more such good explanations and videos would there be in offing. thank you very much sir.
Is this 2.11lak cr as capital infusion different from 70,000 cr given by government in four installment 2015-2019
Does it mean we will maintain more than Capital adequacy required ??
Required amount is 1.8 lakh crore(<2.81lakh cr )
Thank you so much. You explained each and every details of such a complex topic. It's crystal clear now. I am so glad I watched the video. All the articles I read in the newspaper is making sense now. Thank you very very much.
Thanks for sharing knowledge
I have 2 question
1) How can banks hide NPA loan account ? As there is clear condition of 90 days on schedule payments
2) There is loan collateral against which we get loan .Why cant government use that for credit infussion
Looking forwards towards tour reply
1)banks can hide NPA through window dressing... by manipulating the dates and scheme codes....
2)to convert collaterals into liquid money requires time and legal proceedings and also recovery process is complex...
Why they are afraid of CBI, CVC when taking taking bold decision? Is this because management is also a accomplice (corrupt managers and practice of giving out loans without proper verification) in making the asset (public money) a NPA.
Sir, why the capital base came down to 5 rupees after the NPA amounted to 5 rupees ? I mean whatever the situation is , banks should maintain 10% capital base in BASEL3 norms. So shouldn’t it be 9.5 rupees ?
Trading stocks typically have the lowest fees on eToro, which is one reason why I recommend you stick to this market when starting out.
All trades charge both a spread and daily rollover fees.
It really comes down to individual trading strategies and preference. But to give you an idea, I tend to hold on to stocks for a minimum of 6 months and all other trades tend to have an average duration of about two-three weeks.
A final word on over-trading.
This is a point that I want to expand on a little more, specifically in relation to copying other traders. Below is a screenshot of my equity chart over six months. The red line shows the number of people copying me.
My equity vs copiers chart.
The same holds true for the stock market in general.
Long-term growth of UK stock market.
How to Start Trading Cryptocurrencies.
Cryptocurrency trading can be extremely profitable if you know what you are doing, but it can also lead to disaster. Even though most traders decide to either go with fiat or bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies can represent viable income sources, as long you as you tread carefully and understand what you are doing. This guide is for those who want to start getting involved in cryptocurrency trading.
Where to trade.