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CREDIT POLICY | No shortage of currency supply from RBI : Urjit Patel

RBI governor Urjit Patel during his address of credit policy said that there is no shortage of currency supply from RBI. Watch the full segment for more details.

Note ban: Some disruption is bound to be created but long term advantages are huge, says Jaitley

Note ban: Some disruption is bound to be created but long term advantages are huge, says Jaitley

Some disruption is bound to be created due to demonetisation but long term advantages are huge, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday.

How can you participate in PM Narendra Modi's survey on demonetisation – Know here

How can you participate in PM Narendra Modi's survey on demonetisation – Know here

In a bid to take part in the demonetisation survey and answer 10 questions posed by the PM, download the Narendra Modi App. 

 

 Stocks may see volatile trading session, demonetisation to hog limelight: Experts

Stocks may see volatile trading session, demonetisation to hog limelight: Experts

Markets may see volatile trading sessions this week amid derivatives expiry, while currency demonetisation and Parliament proceedings would continue to impact sentiment, say experts.

Govt to now demonetise Rs 100/Rs 50 notes, seal bank lockers and freeze jewellery? Know the truth

Govt to now demonetise Rs 100/Rs 50 notes, seal bank lockers and freeze jewellery? Know the truth

The Narendra Modi government is trying hard to dispel myths.

Demonetisation: Railways to accept Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes till Nov 24

Demonetisation: Railways to accept Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes till Nov 24

Railways on Monday extended the use of defunct Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes, which have been demonetised by the Modi government, to purchase tickets and for onboard catering till November 24.

Govt looking into sudden 'propping up' of money in Jan Dhan account deposits

Govt looking into sudden 'propping up' of money in Jan Dhan account deposits

Government is looking into sudden 'propping up' of money into zero-balance Jan Dhan accounts, after an unprecedented Rs 2 lakh crore of cash flooded the banking system within just two days of demonetisation of high value currency.

Currency printing presses running at full capacity to sustain demand: RBI

Currency printing presses running at full capacity to sustain demand: RBI

Currency printing presses are running at "full capacity" to sustain demand for new notes, RBI said on Saturday, while asking people to switch to other modes of payment such as debit and credit cards to reduce strain on bank branches.

AIIMS to exempt OPD and clinical charges for two days - Read why

AIIMS to exempt OPD and clinical charges for two days - Read why

PM Narendra Modi had on Tuesday announced that hospitals, railway, bus and airlines ticket counters will continue to accept Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes for the next 72 hours.

Burnt currency notes found in Uttar Pradesh town

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening announced demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination currency notes

Kolkata people in fix over refusal to accept high denomination notes

People were in a quandary here on Wednesday over the reluctance on the part of many outlets to accept demonetised notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000.

India's foreign exchange reserves move up by $16 million to reach $367 billion

India's foreign exchange reserves move up by $16 million to reach $367 billion

India`s foreign exchange reserves inched up by $16.6 million to $367.15 billion as on October 28, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has said.

Capital flows out of China slowing: Beijing

Capital flows out of China slowing: Beijing

The flood of billions of dollars out of China slowed dramatically in the second quarter, official figures showed today, despite the yuan's persistent weakness making it less attractive to hold.

Russian President Putin calls for measures to strengthen national currency ruble

Russian President Putin calls for measures to strengthen national currency ruble

 Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the government to consider measures needed to strengthen the national currency, the ruble, the president's official website said Wednesday.

What does Brexit mean for India?

What does Brexit mean for India?

Britain on Thursday holding a crucial referendum vote to decide whether the country should remain with the European Union (EU) or part ways.

Dollar in lower 109 yen zone in early Tokyo trade

At 9 a.m., the dollar was quoted at 109.13-14 yen compared with 108.95-109.05 yen in New York and 108.92-94 yen at 5 p.m. in Tokyo on Thursday.

US dollar snaps six-day winning streak

The greenback was also supported by recent upbeat remarks from several Federal Reserve officials about the US economy.

Singapore unexpectedly eases policy as growth stalls, currency tumbles

Singapore`s central bank unexpectedly eased policy on Thursday after growth stalled in the first quarter, darkening the outlook for the trade-dependent economy and triggering the worst fall in the local dollar in eight months

Rupee extends gains for 2nd day, up 7 paise vs dollar

Rupee extends gains for 2nd day, up 7 paise vs dollar

The rupee extended its gains for the second day on Monday against the US currency, moving up by 7 paise to close at 66.57 a dollar even as stock markets fell

ECB plays down effects of negative interest rates on banks

The European Central Bank on Wednesday sought to counter claims by eurozone banks that negative interest rates are hurting their profitability.