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No change in interest rates in RBI's credit policy

No change in interest rates in RBI's credit policy. Watch the full segment for more details.

Experts outlook and suggestion on the impact of credit policy | Part III

Experts outlook and suggestion on the impact of credit policy. Watch this special segments and get to know more here.

Experts outlook and suggestion on the impact of credit policy | Part II

Experts outlook and suggestion on the impact of credit policy. Watch this special segments and get to know more here.

Experts outlook and suggestion on the impact of credit policy | Part I

Experts outlook and suggestion on the impact of credit policy. Watch this special segments and get to know more here.

RBI offers no respite to borrowers, keeps interest rates unchanged

RBI offers no respite to borrowers, keeps interest rates unchanged

Giving no respite to borrowers, the Reserve Bank for the second time in a row on Wednesday opted for a status quo in its key rates but shifted the stance of the monetary policy from 'accommodative' to 'neutral'.

Discussion : Flop Show of RBI after new credit policy

RBI's credit policy has made no changes in EMI and disappointed common people. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

RBI will take back extra CRR

RBI will take back extra CRR. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

RBI credit policy impact: Sensex snaps 2-day gains, drops 156 points

RBI credit policy impact: Sensex snaps 2-day gains, drops 156 points

The BSE benchmark Sensex snapped two straight sessions of gains to close lower on Wednesday after the RBI unexpectedly kept its repo rate unchanged

First RBI monetary policy review after demonetisation: All you need to know

First RBI monetary policy review after demonetisation: All you need to know

Know the highlights of RBI's fifth bi-monthly monetary policy statement, 2016-17.

Demonetisation: RBI withdraws incremental increase in CRR

Demonetisation: RBI withdraws incremental increase in CRR

With the enhancement in the ceiling for issue of securities under the Market Stabilisation Scheme (MSS) to Rs 6,000 billion, the RBI on Wednesday decided to withdraw the incremental CRR effective the fortnight beginning December 10.

First RBI monetary policy review after demonetisation: Urjit Patel brings no respite to borrowers; keeps interest rates unchanged

First RBI monetary policy review after demonetisation: Urjit Patel brings no respite to borrowers; keeps interest rates unchanged

Urjit Patel-led 6-member Monetary Policy Committee, which had in its first policy review cut interest rate by 0.25 percent in October, belied expectations to keep benchmark repo rate unchanged at 6.25 percent unanimously.

RBI monetary policy review today; 0.25% rate cut likely

RBI monetary policy review today; 0.25% rate cut likely

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to cut interest rates to a six-year low on Wednesday at its first monetary policy review after demonetisation of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes.

RBI monetary policy review: Second MPC meeting begins, may propose 0.25% rate cut

RBI monetary policy review: Second MPC meeting begins, may propose 0.25% rate cut

This will also be the first monetary policy review after demonetisation of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes following which banks witnessed surge in deposits.

Demonetisation: RBI's CRR move to put monthly burden of Rs 1,050 cr on banks

Demonetisation: RBI's CRR move to put monthly burden of Rs 1,050 cr on banks

Reserve Bank's move for banks to maintain excess cash reserve ratio (CRR) requirement is likely to put an additional burden of Rs 1,050 crore on a monthly basis on the banking system, says a report.

Demonetisaion impact: Banks may not cut rate as RBI tightens liquidity through CRR

Demonetisaion impact: Banks may not cut rate as RBI tightens liquidity through CRR

Faced with a spurt in deposits following demonetisation, banks are unlikely to lower interest rates as the Reserve Bank soaked up additional liquidity in one stroke by imposing 100 percent incremental cash reserve ratio (CRR).

Govt considering proposal to raise MSS ceiling beyond existing Rs 30,000 crore to suck extra liquidity : Shashikant Das

Govt considering proposal to raise MSS ceiling beyond existing Rs 30,000 crore to suck extra liquidity : Shashikant Das

Government is considering a proposal to raise Market Stabilisation Scheme (MSS) ceiling beyond the existing Rs 30,000 crore to mop up extra liquidity from the system in view of demonetisation.

Banking shares, bonds fall as RBI temporarily hikes Cash Reserve Ratio

Banking shares, bonds fall as RBI temporarily hikes Cash Reserve Ratio

Indian bonds and banking shares slumped on Monday after the central bank ordered banks to temporarily boost cash deposits with it in a bid to absorb excess liquidity generated by a government ban on larger notes. 

Demonetisation: RBI introduces incremental CRR to manage excess liquidity

Demonetisation: RBI introduces incremental CRR to manage excess liquidity

In order to absorb the surge in liquidity in banking system following demonetisation of high value notes, the Reserve Bank introduced an incremental Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) of 100 per cent for the fortnight beginning Saturday.

RBI Monetary Policy: Raghuram Rajan leaves rates unchanged; warns of inflation risks

RBI Monetary Policy: Raghuram Rajan leaves rates unchanged; warns of inflation risks

Citing upside risks to the Reserve Bank's inflation target for March 2017, Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday maintained status quo on key rates at his last policy review meeting, as was widely expected, but underlined that the central bank continues to be accommodative.

Won't allow foreign deposit redemptions to disrupt market: Rajan

Won't allow foreign deposit redemptions to disrupt market: Rajan

Allaying fears of market disruption in view of USD 20 billion worth of redemptions in foreign deposit accounts in the coming months, the Reserve Bank on Tuesday said it will continue with domestic liquidity operations and foreign exchange interventions to ensure smooth repayments.