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The Finance Ministry today announced that interest rates on small saving schemes for 3 months period starting October 1 will remain unchanged. This means interest rates on various small saving schemes such as NSC, PPF will continue for at least 3 more months starting Friday.
-Business Line

The finance ministry has suggested the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection to hold clerical recruitment exam for PSBs in 13 regional languages along with English and Hindi. This decision is based on the recommendation of a committee that was constituted by the ministry to look into the matter of holding examinations for clerical cadre in PSBs in regional languages, an official statement said.
-Business Standard

With the RBI’s extended deadline coming to an end, there will be no automatic recurring payment for various services including recharge and utility bill as the additional factor of authentication (AFA) will become mandatory from Friday. Under the new norms, banks will be required to inform customers in advance about recurring payment due and transaction would be carried following nod from the customer. So the transaction would not be automatic but would be done after authentication from the customer. For recurring payments above Rs 5,000, banks are required to send a one-time password to customers as per the new guidelines.
-Economic Times

Economic activity in India is beginning to reach levels seen before the pandemic, but further acceleration is needed to fully offset the pandemic’s impact on the broader economy, SBI chairman Dinesh Khara told.
-Economic Times

HDFC Bank levied a fee to deter customers who submitted forged documents to obtain loans instead of reporting them to law enforcement, a whistleblower alleged in his complaint to the RBI. According to the complaint filed with the regulator in July, on finding that a customer has applied using forged documents, the bank demanded a fine and called it a “processing fee”. The whistleblower, who had also pursued the case of HDFC Bank bundling GPS devices along with auto loans, alleged the bank has not been reporting such instances to law enforcement. The fee was charged only in some cases as a deterrent, a person aware of the development said on condition of anonymity.

Bank of India today said it has raised Rs 1,800 crore by issuing Basel-III- compliant bonds. The bank raised Rs 1,800-Cr Basel-III- compliant tier-II bonds on Sept 29 on a private placement basis, it said in a statement. The 10-year tenure bonds with a 5-year call option had a base issue size of Rs 1,000 crore and carries a coupon rate of 7.14%.

Dhanlaxmi Bank today said its shareholders have rejected the appointment of statutory auditor P B Vijayaraghavan & Co. The bank had listed 4 agendas at its annual general meeting held on Wednesday, of which two were passed. The shareholders rejected the proposal of appointment of statutory auditors P B Vijayaraghavan & Co, Chartered Accountants, Chennai with 65.44% votes cast against the ordinary resolution, Dhanlaxmi Bank said in a regulatory filing, disclosing the scrutiniser’s report of the postal ballot.
-Business Standard

The Enforcement Directorate has attached assets worth over ₹145 Cr of a Bengaluru-based spices Co in a money laundering probe linked to an alleged loan fraud in the J&K Bank. The agency said in a statement issued on Wednesday that a factory building, shops, flats and lands of the company, SA Rawther Spices, and others were provisionally attached under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
-Business Line

The NPCI is looking at USD 1 trillion worth of transactions through UPI on an annual basis, as digital payments are progressing in the country. There is huge progress happening in digital payments in the country. Last year, the total digital payment transactions reached about 55 billion in terms of number, with all kinds of payments put together, said NPCI MD & CEO Dilip Asbe.
-Economic Times

Far from seeing the NARCL, the so-called bad bank, as a rival, Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction Co Ltd (EARC), currently India’s largest ARC, wants to buy stressed assets from it. Edelweiss Alternative Asset Advisors, EARC’s sister Co, is exploring the possibility of raising funds, exceeding the $1.3 billion (about ₹9,200 crore) it raised about two years back, to invest in stressed assets to turn them around, Raj Kumar Bansal, MD & CEO, EARC, told.
-Business Line

Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani has topped the IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich List 2021 for the 10th year in a row. Mukesh Ambani has wealth of Rs 7,18,000 crore, making him the richest man in the country. Gautam Adani, founder of Adani Group, is the second on the list, earning over Rs 1,000 crore a day over the past year.

The output of 8 core industries, which is calculated by the Index of 8 Core Industries, grew 11.6% during August, showed data released by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry  today.  It stood at 133.5 in August 2021. The output increased mainly due to an uptick in production of coal, natural gas, refinery products, steel, cement and electricity industries in the said month over the corresponding period of last year.
-Business Today

Petrol and diesel prices today neared record levels across the country after rates were hiked by 25 paise and 30 paise a litre respectively. The price of petrol was hiked to Rs 101.64 a litre in Delhi and to Rs 107.71 per litre in Mumbai, according to a price notification of state-owned fuel retailers. Diesel rates increased to Rs 89.87 a litre in Delhi and Rs 97.52 in Mumbai. Prices differ from state to state depending on the incidence of local taxes.
-Business Standard

The Govt today extended the validity of motor vehicle documents like driving licence, registration certificate and permits till Oct 31, 2021, in view of the ongoing COVID- 19 pandemic.
-Business Standard

The country’s foreign exchange reserves in nominal terms, including valuation effects, increased by USD 34.1 billion during the June quarter compared to USD 27.9 billion in the year-ago period, RBI data showed  today. The valuation gain, reflecting the depreciation of the US dollar against major currencies and increase in gold prices, amounted to USD 2.2 billion during the April-June 2021 period. In the year-ago period, the same was at USD 8 billion.
-Business Standard

Indian Overseas Bank share price locked in 20% upper circuit in the early trade today as RBI lifted the curbs and took the bank out of the Prompt Corrective Action (PCA) framework.

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