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RBI monetary policy: Interest rates to stay on hold throughout 2017, says Nomura

RBI monetary policy: Interest rates to stay on hold throughout 2017, says Nomura

India's rate cutting cycle has come to an end and policy rates are likely to be on hold throughout 2017 as inflation is expected to stay above the Reserve Bank's target, says a Nomura report.

RBI's next rate cut in August, prospect hinges on monsoon: BofAML

RBI's next rate cut in August, prospect hinges on monsoon: BofAML

Reserve Bank may finally go for a 25 basis points rate cut in August if a good monsoon contains core inflation at a moderate 4-5 percent, says a Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) report.

RBI to be on hold unless inflation, growth undershoot targets

RBI to be on hold unless inflation, growth undershoot targets

The Reserve Bank is expected to hold rates steady over the "foreseeable future", unless inflation and growth undershoot targets sharply, says an HSBC report.

There is scope for further cuts in lending rates: RBI Guv

There is scope for further cuts in lending rates: RBI Guv

RBI Governor Urjit Patel on Wednesday said there is further scope for banks to reduce lending rates as the Reserve Bank has already brought down its policy rates by 175 basis points since January 2015.

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.

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'.

'Great to be back', says former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan at University of Chicago

'Great to be back', says former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan at University of Chicago

Having returned to academia after a controversy-ridden stint at the RBI, former Governor Raghuram Rajan feels "great to be back" riding his bike in Chicago and hopes to "do it as long as" he can.

RBI may cut repo rate by 0.25% in February: HSBC report

RBI may cut repo rate by 0.25% in February: HSBC report

With uncertanity over implementation of GST, rising crude oil prices and the challenging 4 percent CPI in medium term, Reserve Bank may cut repo rate for the final time by a 25 basis points in the February policy, says a report.

 

RBI continuing to press ahead for smooth transmission of monetary policy: Urjit Patel

RBI continuing to press ahead for smooth transmission of monetary policy: Urjit Patel

RBI Governor Urjit Patel on Wednesday said that the central bank will continue to press ahead for a more fluid and smooth transmission of monetary policy.

 

RBI to go for 0.25% rate cut in 2017: Citigroup

RBI to go for 0.25% rate cut in 2017: Citigroup

The Reserve Bank of India is expected to go for only a 25 bps rate cut this year and the likelihood of an easing in April is more than in February, says a Citigroup report.

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

Sensex rebounds 118.44 points; Nifty reclaims 8,100-mark

Sensex rebounds 118.44 points; Nifty reclaims 8,100-mark

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: The BSE benchmark Sensex rebounded 118.44 points to end at 26,349.10 on Monday after two straight sessions of falls, helped by a rally in auto makers even as investors awaited the RBI`s policy meet on Wednesday.

RBI may cut repo rate by 0.25% on Dec 7, another in Q1 of 2017: DBS

RBI may cut repo rate by 0.25% on Dec 7, another in Q1 of 2017: DBS

The RBI monetary policy committee (MPC) is likely to consider a 0.25 percent rate cut on Wednesday, followed by another in the first quarter of 2017 amid downside risks to growth following the notes ban and subdued inflation, says a DBS report.

RBI to announce monetary policy decision on Wednesday

RBI to announce monetary policy decision on Wednesday

The Reserve Bank will come out with monetary policy review, the first after demonetisation of old Rs 500/1000 notes, on Wednesday amid expectations of interest rate cut.

RBI likely to cut repo rate by 0.25% next week: Citigroup

RBI likely to cut repo rate by 0.25% next week: Citigroup

Reserve Bank is expected to go for a 25 bps repo rate cut in its next week's policy review meet in view of downside risks to the economic growth, says a Citigroup report.

'RBI may cut rate by 0.25% as inflation target within reach'

'RBI may cut rate by 0.25% as inflation target within reach'

The Monetary Policy Committee headed by RBI Governor Urjit Patel last month cut benchmark interest rates by 0.25 percent to 6.25 percent.

Markets price in more easing by RBI, see risk in policy shift

Markets price in more easing by RBI, see risk in policy shift

The Reserve Bank of India has embarked on a significant but potentially risky shift towards greater tolerance of higher inflation under new governor Urjit Patel, prompting markets to price in another rate cut.

RBI Governor Urjit Patel's debut monetary policy review: All you need to know

RBI Governor Urjit Patel's debut monetary policy review: All you need to know

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

Home, auto loans set to be cheaper as RBI new Governor Urjit Patel cuts interest rates by 0.25%

Home, auto loans set to be cheaper as RBI new Governor Urjit Patel cuts interest rates by 0.25%

In the first monetary policy review under RBI Governor Urjit Patel, the interest rate was today cut by 0.25 percent to six-year low of 6.25 percent in a unanimous decision by the new rate-setting panel MPC.