ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Low Public Investment Impacts on Capital Market

The persisting low economic growth is having an impact on the financial sector: apart from the recent disquieting developments, the setback to funds mobilisation through public issues which began in the mid 1990s is contributing to a depressing scenario in the capital market and the secondary segment is in a worse state. This has shifted the impetus to the growth of bank deposit with no improvement however in household savings. The severe liquidity strain in the industrial sector has prompted the postponement of investment decisions by entrepreneurs. This is likely to sharply expand the size of non-performing assets of banks and financial institutions .



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