Heightened Asset Quality Stress to Dent PSB Credit Profiles

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CRISIL believes intensifying asset quality problems at public sector banks (PSBs) have the potential to impair their credit risk profiles and necessitate significantly higher capitalisation of PSBs either through government infusion or relaxation of regulatory capital norms....Read More>>

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