Prices have risen 142 per cent as on November 25 and will remain elevated for two more months till harvest from Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan starts.
It can be noted that the commentary from the leading credit rating agency comes amid concerns raised over low recoveries of about 5 per cent in recent high-value cases.
SpiceJet reported a net loss of Rs 934.8 crore and Rs 998.3 crore in 2019-20 and 2020-21, respectively.
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Twenty-one states - accounting for more than 90% of aggregate state capital expenditure - spent 82% of the budgeted capital outlay in FY21, posting a modest 11% rise year-on-year.
Last fiscal, around 60 per cent of the two-wheeler dealers surveyed in the north and south reported over 20 per cent year- on-year decline in sales, according to the ratings agency.
The financial sector is also better placed today than a year back, given less stringent lockdowns and the systems and processes put in place to manage collections amid the restrictions.
26-year-old Sujit Padhan was confident of cracking the ISS exams which led to him quitting his job and starting preparations.
Industry stalwart Azim Premji, the founder chairman of Wipro, also expected a double-digit growth on Tuesday.
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Considering the likely rise in delinquencies and restructuring, Krishnan Sitaraman said, higher provisioning is also warranted to absorb the shocks.
The revised scheme has included the civil aviation sector -- airlines and airport operators -- and also eased the eligibility criteria for companies in the hospitality, travel and tourism sector.
Crisil Ratings said that the non-alcoholic beverages industry is led by American cola giants Pepsi and Coca-Cola, who control over 80 per cent of the market.
"India's COVID-19 affliction curve has turned for the first time since the second wave began, with daily cases in the week ended May 16 falling 15 per cent sequentially," it said.
The window to banks under priority-sector lending to augment COVID-19 healthcare infrastructure will help raise treatment capacity, and availability of medicines and medical equipment, it said.