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YES BANK Limited is an India-based commercial bank, which offers a range of products, services and technology-driven digital offerings to its corporate, retail, and micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) customers. The Company is engaged in providing banking services, including corporate and institutional banking, financial markets, investment banking, corporate finance, branch banking, business and transaction banking and wealth management. Its segments include Treasury, Corporate Banking, Retail Banking and Other Banking Operations. Treasury segment includes investments, all financial markets activities undertaken on behalf of the Bank's customers and trading. maintenance of reserve requirements and resource mobilization from other banks and financial institutions. Corporate Banking and Retail Banking segment includes lending, deposit-taking and other services offered to corporate and retail customers respectively. Other Banking Operations include para banking activities.

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Yes Bank gains on reports of lender seeking new promoter, $9 billion valuation

Yes bank, according to the report has initiated discussions and sent invitations to both domestic and international financial institutions for the stake sale..

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In Q3FY24, net profit for Yes Bank rose to Rs 231.6 crore from Rs 51.5 crore a year ago. Gross non-performing assets (NPA) for the same period remained at 2 percent for the same period while net NPA improved to 0.9 percent.

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Yes Bank's shares dropped by nearly 1 percent on the NSE this morning after reports emerged that the private lender is considering a search for a new promoter. But by 9:30 am, the stock was up by 2 percent. According to a report by Livemint, the bank is looking to sell up to 51 percent of its stake for a target valuation of between $8-9 billion. As of 9:30 am, the stock was trading at Rs 21.35. Over the past year, the stock has gained approximately 35 percent. In a filing on the BSE, the company responded that the report was speculative in nature "and the Bank does not feel that it is appropriate to comment on market speculations".

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According to the report, Citigroup's India unit has been enlisted to facilitate the search for a potential buyer for the bank with a current market cap of around $7.2 billion. Yes Bank , according to the report has initiated discussions and sent invitations to domestic and international financial institutions for the stake sale. Any new promoter holding more than 26 percent stake in the company will need special RBI approval, the report said.

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Cleveland Fed research: How well does the Beige Book predict recessions?

Anecdotal economic data compiled for the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book may be useful in predicting recessions, especially when regional-level economic sentiment is taken into account, according to a new report  published by the Cleveland Fed.

Using natural language processing, researchers from the Cleveland Fed and Washington University in St. Louis constructed indices quantifying the sentiment expressed in the text of all 468 editions of the Beige Book going back to its creation in 1970.

The sentiment of the Beige Book’s national economic summary as well as regional summaries compiled by the 12 Federal Reserve Banks was typically negative during recessions. This suggests that these summaries, which are more timely than data such as GDP, may be useful for determining when the nation is in a recession. For instance, the analysis suggests that the probability of a recession has bounced around considerably since the pandemic-induced recession of early 2020, but the probability remains low as of March 2024, based on data from that month’s Beige Book.

The analysis also suggests that relying on the Beige Book’s national economic summary alone does not provide as much predictive power as evaluating regional-level economic sentiment.

“We view these findings as supporting the attention that the regional Reserve Banks give to firsthand reports of economic activity in their respective Districts,” the authors write.

Read the Economic Commentary: Regional Economic Sentiment: Constructing Quantitative Estimates from the Beige Book and Testing Their Ability to Forecast Recessions

About the Beige Book: To learn more or see the latest edition, visit the Beige Book page at federalreserve.gov .

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The Cleveland Fed, with branches in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, serves an area that comprises Ohio, western Pennsylvania, eastern Kentucky, and the northern panhandle of West Virginia.

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Sluggish Growth Delaying Economic Recovery in Emerging Europe and Central Asia

WASHINGTON, April 11, 2024 – Economic activity in the emerging and developing economies of the Europe and Central Asia region is likely to slow this year as a weaker global economy, tight monetary policy, slowdown in China and lower commodity prices weigh on the region’s growth outlook, says the World Bank’s Economic Update for the region, released today.

Regional growth is likely to slow to 2.8% this year, following substantial strengthening to 3.3% in 2023 as the economies of both Russia and war-hit Ukraine returned to growth and because of a more robust recovery in Central Asia. Regional output growth is likely to remain broadly unchanged in 2025.

Headwinds to the outlook are multiple. A slower-than-expected recovery in key trading partners, especially in the euro area, restrictive monetary policies, and an exacerbation of geopolitical developments could further dampen growth across the region.

“Countries of Europe and Central Asia continue to confront multiple crises, exacerbated by a challenging global growth environment,” said Antonella Bassani, World Bank Vice President for the Europe and Central Asia region . “Reviving productivity growth by stimulating business dynamism and improving resilience against the risks from climate change can help protect the region’s people and accelerate economic growth.”

Sluggish growth will further delay the region’s recovery from recent shocks, including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which remains ongoing, the pandemic, and the 2022 cost-of-living crisis.

Inflation has fallen faster than expected in the emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs) of Europe and Central Asia, largely due to steep declines in global energy and food prices. The median annual consumer price inflation in the region fell to 4.2% by February 2024 from 15% at the start of 2023. Nevertheless, the 2022 cost-of-living crisis continues to affect households despite increases in real incomes last year.

In Ukraine, the pace of recovery is projected to slow to 3.2% this year from 4.8% in 2023, reflecting a smaller harvest and persistent labor shortage. The country’s economic outlook remains conditional on donor support and the duration of Russia’s invasion. According to recent estimates by the World Bank and partner institutions, the cost of reconstruction and recovery in Ukraine has grown to $486 billion, which is more than two times the size of Ukraine’s pre-war economy in 2021.

Growth in Türkiye is also likely to weaken to 3% this year – its lowest since 2009, except for the pandemic-affected years – as macroeconomic consolidation efforts are expected to restrain domestic demand. Subdued global oil prices will dampen prospects across Central Asia, with growth slowing to 4.1% this year from an estimated 5.5% in 2023.

The report includes a special focus chapter on unleashing the power of the private sector. It notes that economic development in the region has been a story of transition from plan to market economies, broad and deep structural reforms, and the emergence of private initiative, the main driver of growth and prosperity.

In less than three decades, 12 of the countries in the region joined the European Union (EU). The transition of these countries to EU-integrated market economies with robust institutions and production structures illustrates the success of the deep reforms of some of the countries, which have also achieved high-income status.

“The private sector in several countries in the region faces barriers, which hamper its ability to expand and innovate,” said Ivailo Izvorski, World Bank Chief Economist for Europe and Central Asia region. “Boosting business dynamism will require addressing several challenges, including upgrading the competition environment, reducing state involvement in the economy, improving the quality of education, and strengthening the availability of finance for firms.”

Efforts to foster competition and free markets should focus on reducing barriers to entry and facilitate exit for unproductive firms. The substantial presence of state-owned enterprises is also a major constraint to levelling the playing field for private enterprises.

Private firms are also faced with an inadequately educated workforce and large skills gaps, which are major constraints to growth. High emigration rates of young and skilled workers do not help in the short term. A better educated workforce is associated with higher productivity and can lead to more innovation.

Bank lending to the private sector is relatively low and has not increased in the past decade. The lending also tends to be more short-term. To improve productivity growth and innovation, firms need access to long-term finance.

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