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Indian corporate houses face a sharp, abrupt increase in funding costs

The sharp rise in interest rates in the financial markets has made companies turn to commercial banks for their borrowing requirements

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Indian corporates | Interest Rates

Bhaskar Dutta  |  Mumbai 



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Whether the OIS market is accurate in its rate expectation or not, corporate borrowing costs are set to rise further – that, too, at a time when corporate working capital requirements have firmed up

After two years of a record low interest-rate regime, Indian corporate houses are experiencing a sharp and abrupt increase in funding costs.

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First Published: Tue, June 21 2022. 06:10 IST

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