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Signs of Stress in Global Banking
Sep 24, 2016

Most big banks in India are not lending. This is evident from the gap in the credit to GDP ratio from historical averages. The debt service coverage ratio in India too is not very encouraging. Developed economies like Germany and the US are facing paucity in demand for credit. On the other hand, China continues with lending excesses. Its credit to GDP remains a third over its historical averages. Although nowhere close to 2008, the signs of stress in global banking are evident.

Data Source: SBI

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