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Elderly requests CJI to ensure implementation of reverse mortage 3.12.2016 TOI: India
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EXCLUSIVE - Trump financier Ladder Capital explores sale - sources 3.12.2016 Sify Finance
By Carl O'Donnell
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Invest in real estate: Areida 26.11.2016 The Telegraph : North East
A property developers' association today pitched for people to invest in real estate post-demonetisation.
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NBFCs' loan share may go up 300 bps in next 3 fiscals: Crisil 23.11.2016 ET: Banking
Rating agency Crisil says the share of NBFCs in loans to financial sector may rise by 300 basis points to 17.6 percent over the next three fiscals and they can grow even faster as public banks adopt cautious approach.
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U.S. existing home sales race to more than nine-and-a-half year high 23.11.2016 Sify Finance
By Lucia Mutikani
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Cement sector may take 15-20% demand hit on demonetization 20.11.2016 DNA: India
Post currency demonetisation, the cement sector is likely to witness 15-20% demand drop until December 2016 and subdued 3% growth in the fourth quarter of this fiscal, a report said. "We now factor a 15-20% demand drop in the near term until December 2016 and then subdued 3% growth in 4QFY17. Investors believe that the drop in near-term demand is likely to be severe. "The demand may see subdued 3% growth in Q4FY17 and upturn is expected only in FY20 as compared to FY19 earlier," Deutsche Bank Markets Research said in its report here. "We see some infra sector demand offsetting weakness in demand from the housing segment. We may also see a gradual reduction in mortgage rates, which could bring back some genuine demand," Research Analyst Chockalingam Narayanan said. "Looking at the demand-supply model, we expect the regional balance to first shift in favour in Northern and Central India. Eastern India is likely to see the largest reduction in utilisation over the next 12-18 months," Narayanan said. The ...
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Nomura, RBS appeal U.S. judge's $839 million mortgage bond award 19.11.2016 Sify Finance
By Nate Raymond
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UPDATE 2-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Nov 18 18.11.2016 Sify Finance
(Updates futures, adds company news item)
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Housing finance sector braces for a wild ride 17.11.2016 Rediff: Business
Every housing finance company, and every bank with a large housing finance exposure, will see loss of volumes in this quarter.
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Hong Kong shares edge down, led by financial and real estate stocks 16.11.2016 Sify Finance
Hong Kong stocks slipped in thin trading on Wednesday, with gains erased late in the day as financial shares dropped and real estate shares fell for a fourth straight day on
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Cash Crisis: Day 8: Aaj ki Taaza Khabar! 16.11.2016 Rediff: Business
Cashi Crisis: Day 9: Aaj ki Taaza Khabar!
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JM Financial subsidiary buys 17.53% stake in India Home Loan 15.11.2016 ET: Finance / Insurance
Nimesh Kampani-led JM Financial is a financial services group offering investment banking, institutional equity sales, trading, research and broking, wealth management, asset management broking and NBFC services.
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RBI may Reduce Rates; will be Advantage Homebuyer as EMIs will Drop, says Niranjan Hiranandani 15.11.2016 Sify Finance
[India], Nov 15 (ANI-Business Wire India): While the nation deals with the challenges posed by demonetization, especially in terms of exchanging the old Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes for new ones,
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Standard Life's Indian deal faces opposition by local regulators 14.11.2016 Sify Finance
Nov 14 (Reuters) - British insurer Standard Life said on Monday that India's insurance watchdog had "expressed reservations" in accepting the current deal terms for the purchase by its Indian joint
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UPDATE 1-Standard Life's Indian deal faces opposition by local regulators 14.11.2016 Sify Finance
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IRDAI 'expressed reservations' about Max deal: Standard Life 14.11.2016 DNA: Top News
British insurer Standard Life said on Monday that the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) had "expressed reservations" in accepting the current deal terms for the purchase by its Indian joint venture of Max Life Insurance. In August, HDFC Standard Life Insurance Co (HDFC Life) agreed to buy Max Life Insurance in an all-stock deal to create the nation's top private life insurer valued at nearly $10 billion. The deal is expected to kick-start consolidation in the domestic insurance sector where relatively few people hold insurance policies despite the country being the world's second-most populous nation of 1.3 billion. Standard Life said that Indian mortgage lender Housing Development Finance Corp, which currently owns a majority of HDFC Life, believes that the scheme of arrangement submitted to Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) complied with all applicable laws. The companies, which filed an application for IRDAI's in-principle approval for the scheme in ...
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'Demonetisation will spur housing demand' 13.11.2016 The Assam Tribune
'Demonetisation will spur housing demand'
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Lenders to gain as home loan size set to increase 10.11.2016 Rediff: Business
HFCs and banks expect a drop in demand for housing loans in the short-term.
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Realty sector prices may crash 30% 10.11.2016 DNA: Mumbai
The Indian real estate sector is set for a major price correction thanks to the government’s decision to declare higher denomination Indian Rupee (INR) as illegal currency. Experts are of the view that realty prices could correct around 30% over the next 12 months particularly in the unorganised sector. The impact could also be seen on the valuation of land transactions as the move by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to result in the scourge of black money vanishing from the industry and the overall economy. According to Rajesh Krishnan, managing director and chief exexecutive officer of private equity and land-banking firm Brick Eagle Capital Group, the real estate sector will definitely be impacted. “We can expect up to 30% drop in land and property prices over the next 12 months. This move is also a great news for the affordable housing sector because cash component is typically minimal as buyers require home loans for up to 90% of the property price. As a result, demand in the affordable ...
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Private property developers are really driving China's debt: new research 4.11.2016 Sify Finance
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