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RBI’s “Financial Stability Report”

About the state of financial sector

  • Gross non-performing asset (GNPA) ratio:
  • For the banks may increase to 9.9% by September 2020 from 9.3% in September 2019.
  • Due to change in macroeconomic scenario, marginal increase in slippages and the denominator effect of declining credit growth.
  • The state-run banks’ GNPA ratios may increase to 13.2% by September 2020 from 12.7% in September 2019.
  • The recapitalisation of state-run banks by the government, banks’ capital to risk-weighted assets ratio (CRAR) improved to 15.1% in September 2019 from 14.3% in March 2019.
  • The asset quality of agriculture and services sectors, as measured by their GNPA ratios, deteriorated to 10.1% in September 2019 from about 8% in March 2019.
  • The banks’ net non-performing assets (NNPA) ratio declined in September 2019 to 3.7%.

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Economic Slowdown

The growth rate plummeted from the level of 8.1% in the fourth quarter of 2017-18, quarterly GDP to 4.5% in the second quarter of 2019-20, a fall of 3.6 percentage points.

PROBLEMS IN THE ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN
  • Fall in capital formation: Steep fall in investment rate (gross fixed capital formation rate) from 34.3% in 2011-12 to 27.8% in the second quarter of 2019-20.
  • Financial sector issues
  • The gross non-performing loan ratio remaining stable at 9.1 percent as of September.
  • ILFS and PMC bank crisis has eroded customer trust in the banking sector.
  • Slackening demand:
  • Several important sectors such as automobiles, consumer durables show a slackening of demand.
  • This is also reflected in the low capacity utilization of several industries.
  • The weakening of investment: The fall in private expenditure has led to the
  • Rising inflation:  Food inflation has crossed the 10% mark for the first time in many years
  • Problematic GST implementation
  • Hasty implementation led to pushing many commodities into lower slabs.
CHALLENGES IN THE ECONOMY
  • Limitation of the RBI Monetary policy:
  • RBI has reduced the Repo rate by 135 percentage points since February 2019 to date.
  • Banks have not reciprocated due to the high level of non-performing assets.
  • The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) can play limitations.
  • Problems with the countercyclical policies
  • The fiscal deficit of the Government of India was raised to 6.0% in 2008-09  during the international financial crisis of 2008.
  • While this extraordinary increase led to the growth rate rising immediately, it landed us in problems
  • Unfavorable global growth
  • The global growth rate stood at sub-par 3% as per the World Bank.
  • This may not help boost the export sector.
WAYFORWARD OF ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN
  • Increase in CAPEX of state-owned entities
  • A focused increase in capital expenditures of the Government and the Central public sector undertakings (PSUs) may help to apply the brakes on the slowdown.
  • It might also help to “crowd in” private investment.
  • Reforming the GST
  • Maintaining database and Prioritizing big-data may help in tax collection.
  • The GST has to become more manufacturer and trader friendly.
  • Relook at the commodities falling under various slabs.
  • Cleansing financial system
  • The quickening of the resolution process of stressed assets.
  • The recapitalization of public sector banks has to take priority.
  • Cleansing of the financial system which includes finding solutions to the problems of non
  • Defining the relationship between governments and boards of public sector banks and on their respective roles in management -banking financial companies(NBFCs).
  • Unveiling Structural reforms:
  • Segments such as agricultural marketing, land and labor markets which are waiting for reforms, product market reform,
  • Enhancing competition among the producers.
  • Pursuing some of the more media to long term reforms such as in education and health.
  • The counter cyclical measure can complement the structural reforms

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