Tag: Repo Rates

RBI to cut repo rates first time in nine months

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is expected to cut key rate by 25 basis points in its monetary policy review next week, responding government efforts regarding economic reforms. Read more

RBI’s monetary policy review: key rates unchanged

All eyes are on Reserve Bank of India’s mid-quarter review of monetary policy today, expected that due to inflation chances of key interest rates to be remained unchanged in the policy review.

The repo rates and reverse repo rate remains unchanged at 8 per cent and at 7 per cent.

While experts indicated, govt is likely choose cut the cash reserve ratio (CRR), the portion of deposits banks have to mandatory park with RBI unchanged at 4.25 per cent that help to tighten the liquidity. Read more

RBI hit CRR cut again , Sensex goes red erases gain

With a move to push growth, the Reserve Bank of India today kept hold its policy rates, repo rates unchanged and being refused to move ahead for banks’ cash reserve ratio due to much pressure of inflationary on economy.

In its fourth quarter of 2012-13, RBI cut CRR by 25 basis points to 4.25 percent, the limited money that commercial banks have to retain in the form of liquid assets which leading to the some Rs.175 billion into the banking system. Read more

RBI’s Monetary Policy: CRR slashes, Rates unchanged

RBI 150x150 RBIs Monetary Policy: CRR slashes, Rates unchangedAfter unveiling the mid-quarter review of the monetary policy by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor D Subbarao, a much disappointing wave spread among the marketers, but a strongest attack in appositive move toward inflation.

RBI’s policy brings unchanged repo rates while cut off CRR, cash reserve ratio by 25 basis points from 4.75 per cent to 4.50 per cent, allowing banks to keep more cash and downing their lending rates, improving investments. Read more

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