Archive for the ‘Bank Credit Growth’ Category

India’s Key Economic Indicators

March 8, 2011 1 comment

A brilliant summation of economic indicators:

The indicators included are:

  • Agricultural – Foodgrain Production
  • Employment & Unemployment Indicators
  • Performance of Core industries
  • Performance of Index of Industrial Production
  • Wholesale price index and inflation
  • Food and non-food credit of scheduled commercial banks
  • Sectoral deployment of bank credit
  • World commodity prices

Quarterly Statistics on Scheduled Commercial Banks

February 17, 2011 Leave a comment

RBI’s Quarterly Statistics on Deposits & Credit of Scheduled Commercial Banks. Link

Data in xls format

Banker to India’s growth

November 8, 2010 Leave a comment

Amol Agrawal has written a nice piece on How is India financing its growth?

A recommended read.

Basic Statistics of Banks in India

August 24, 2010 Leave a comment

RBI has released its annual document named Basic Statistical Returns of Scheduled Commercial Banks in India Volume-38 for March 2009 on 20 Aug 2010. It is a pool of information on the banking industry!

Credit offtake indeed gets a 3G push

According to the latest RBI data, loans extended by banks to individuals and businesses — non-food credit — rose by Rs 55,150 crore to Rs 32,35,925 crore during the fortnight ended June 4, 2010, over the May 21 levels. This is 19.9% higher than the year-ago level. At the same time, food credit — loans for food procurement—dipped 11.8%. Total bank credit, including food and non-food credit, rose Rs 57,896 crore during the fortnight to touch Rs 32,88,074 crore as on June 4.

Increase in lending was in line with our expectations. Read more…