Mumbai, Sep 6 (UNI) Reserve Bank of India has expanded coverage in its Database on Indian Economy and has changed the URL for accessing the site.
RBI in a release here said the on-line database has been built on the data warehousing technology with enhanced functionality. The coverage has been increased to include more statistic reports on outstanding bank credits (according to place of sanction and disbursement), performance of private corporate business sector, India's external debt, forex rates and assets management and ownership details of Government of India Securities.
The additional reports being released through the Database on Indian Economy included state-wise Outstanding Credits of SCBs According to Place of Sanction and Utilisation, Performance of Non-Government Non-Financial Companies, Performance of Selected Companies according to size of Paid-up Capital, Profit Allocation, Interest-linked and Profitability Ratios.
According to size of sales, India's Short-term External Debt by Residual Maturity, India's Key External Debt Indicators, Forex Rates - Quarter end Foreign Currency Reserve Management, Government of India's Securities - Outstanding, and Ownership pattern of GOI Dated securities will also be included in the data.
With the release of these data series, the Database on Indian Economy would now have 204 static reports (subject and frequency wise), 74 subject wise and 53 frequency wise data query templates covering various sectors of the Indian economy.
To improve the response time in accessing the data series, the internet site of DBIE would now be hosted from an upgraded server. Accordingly, the URL for accessing the DBIE has been changed from https://reservebank.org.in to http://dbie.rbi.org.in.
The Reserve Bank of India's Database on Indian Economy will continue to be available on its website www.rbi.org.in under the Database Section as earlier.
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