Regional Outlooks

April 2012
India Commercial Banking Report;2012 2nd Quarter, Issue 2, p19
Industry Profile
The article offers an outlook for the banking industry in Asia for 2012. It predicts that the multiple expansion in the industry will offset the weakening earnings brought about by several factors including foreign funding constraints and higher non-performing loans (NPLs). It expects significant risks of losses in countries such as Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong, China. It is also projected that the Asian banks will continue to suffer from the reduced availability of foreign funding.


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