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Indian Banking Sector; RBI Framework for Dealing with Domestic Systemically Important Banks (D-SIBs) to Increase Banks’ Capital Requirement Further
Indian Spinning Industry; Stable with possible downside risk emanating from recent policy changes in China
Indian Gold Jewellery Retail Industry; Recent notification on inclusion of erstwhile saving schemes under the definition of deposits forces jewellers to re-jig their schemes and funding mix; smaller players likely to witness temporary liquidity strain
Indian Cement Sector; Demand recovery in sight; however, profitability continues to remain under pressure due to cost headwinds
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