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By Shlomi Ronen – We dive into what is causing the choppiness in the CMBS markets, and alternatives where borrowers are heading to refinance pending loan maturities.

The effects of slowdown in various pockets of the consumption economy which impacted credit growth in domestic banks is gradually waning as consumers are back to spending with the onset of festival season, said State Bank of IndiaNSE 0.37 % chairman Rajnish Kumar.

“We have seen that traditionally in the festive period between September and April the demand for credit peaks. There is a lot of hope ahead of this festival season” Kumar told reporters. “Retail credit is growing slowly, and the loan slowdown is more on the corporate side. Based on preliminary data the footfall at most shopping is back and it will soon be reflected in growth data as well. The demand for retail credit has picked up.”

As well, we consider how these events could affect the capital markets in the second half of 2016……

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