Weakest Deposit Growth Since 1963 Means Higher India Rates

  • Funds shortfall can keep loans costly, trigger debt selloff
  • Fitch sees FY17 deposits rising 13% versus 15% loan growth

India’s bank deposits are growing at the slowest pace in half a century, frustrating attempts by policy makers to lower one of the highest borrowing costs among emerging markets.

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