ICICI Bank (IBN) Q3 Earnings rise on higher demand

ICICI Bank (IBN Quick informationIBN – Free report) released the results of the third-quarter fiscal year 2023 (ending December 31, 2022). Revenue was INR83.12 billion ($1.01 billion), up 34.2% from the year-ago quarter. The results were due to the increase in interest income (NII) and non-interest income, higher interest rates, and growth in loans and … Read more

ECLGS scheme kept Rs 2 trn MSME loans from going bad: SBI report

It is about 12 percent (Rs 2.2 trillion) of the expenditure MSME The debt has been saved from moving into bad loans because of the Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS) launched by the government during the epidemic, saving 16.5 million jobs until November, 2022, approximately and State Bank of … Read more

The travel chaos on holidays – a case for parametric insurance?

“It’s not only very disruptive for airlines and the world’s air infrastructure, but it’s also a nightmare for customers because they’re not where they want to be,” Carl said. Carter (pictured), chief commercial officer for Blink Parametric, an Ireland-based technology company that provides parametric services to travel insurers in the whole world. “It’s very emotional. … Read more

Andrew Tate

Andrew Tate has been in the limelight for all the wrong reasons, from his disturbing photos targeting women to being arrested for involvement in human trafficking. Meanwhile, rumors are spreading that Andrew Tate’s health is failing in prison. This news comes after reports that Tate may visit a hospital after his arrest. Yesterday, a video … Read more

Synchrony Financial’s Q4 earnings fall as provisions for losses rise (NYSE:SYF)

J. Michael Jones Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SIF) Q4 earnings fell from the previous quarter and a year ago as the investment firm tightened its bad debt provisions, reflecting the continued improvement in credit quality and expectations. of the a slow economy. SYF shares up 2.8% on Monday pre-market trading. However, the company’s results were better than … Read more

Separate decisions in federal insider trading cases involving Chicago attorneys, friends

In a split decision, a federal judge on Thursday sentenced Chicago Lawyers use information from a friend to make a bid on sales involving an education-technology company, while the friend is acquitted in all things. The jury deliberated for about nine hours over two days before announcing the verdict on Thursday afternoon in the courtroom … Read more