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0.50% cut in policy rate by March quarter: Morgan Stanley

0.50% cut in policy rate by March quarter: Morgan Stanley

Inflation in India is expected to fall to 4.5 percent by the quarter ended March 31, and this in turn would give Reserve Bank space to cut key policy rates by 50 basis points this fiscal, says a Morgan Stanley report.

RBI to cut rates by 0.25% on Aug 9 if rains damp pulse price

RBI to cut rates by 0.25% on Aug 9 if rains damp pulse price

The Reserve Bank is expected to cut key interest rates by 25 basis points in its policy review meet on August 9, if good rains damp pulse price inflation, says a Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA-ML) report.

Expect 0.5% cut in policy rate by March: Morgan Stanley

Expect 0.5% cut in policy rate by March: Morgan Stanley

Inflation in India is expected to fall to 4.5 percent by next March, giving the Reserve Bank space to cut key policy rates by 50 basis points in the current fiscal, says a Morgan Stanley report.

High retail inflation diminishes rate cut hopes

High retail inflation diminishes rate cut hopes

Soaring food prices drove India`s headline inflation to its highest level in nearly two years in June, increasing the odds of the central bank keeping interest rates on hold next month.

 

Unsure if monetary policy panel to set rates in August: Raghuram Rajan

Unsure if monetary policy panel to set rates in August: Raghuram Rajan

The process to set up India`s monetary policy committee is ongoing and it is not clear if it will get to set interest rates at the central bank`s next policy review on Aug. 9, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan said according to TV channels.

Raghuram Rajan says NPAs, not higher rates, behind low credit growth

Raghuram Rajan says NPAs, not higher rates, behind low credit growth

Taking on critics of his monetary policy, Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Wednesday blamed the record low credit growth to the stress in public sector banks and not due to high interest rates.

RBI to cut policy rate by 0.25% on Aug 9: BofA-ML

RBI to cut policy rate by 0.25% on Aug 9: BofA-ML

Reserve Bank is expected to cut policy rate by 25 basis points in August meet as inflation at around 6 percent remains in the "benign" zone and forecast of good monsoon is also expected to help, says a BofA-ML report.

Transmission of monetary policy to influence economic development: Moody's

Transmission of monetary policy to influence economic development: Moody's

Mumbai: With the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) not altering policy rates, it will be only the transmission of monetary policy that would influence India`s economic development and credit profile, credit rating agency Moody`s Investors Service said on Wednesday.
 

RBI policy broadly endorses govt estimates on growth, inflation

RBI policy broadly endorses govt estimates on growth, inflation

New Delhi: The Finance Ministry on Tuesday said the RBI monetary policy is broadly in line with government's expectations on growth and inflation.

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan jokes over future as rates held

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan jokes over future as rates held

New Delhi: India's central bank chief Raghuram Rajan joked on Tuesday that it would be "cruel" to end intense speculation surrounding his future as he held interest rates in the world`s fastest-growing large economy.

Good rains to damp agricultural inflation, support Aug 9 RBI rate cut: BofA

Good rains to damp agricultural inflation, support Aug 9 RBI rate cut: BofA

The Reserve Bank is expected to cut rates in its August 9 policy review meet, as normal rains is expected to contain agricultural inflation and help in the uptick of rural demand conditions, says a report.

FPIs stay bullish on India, pump in $ 2 billion in April

FPIs stay bullish on India, pump in $ 2 billion in April

Building on their buying momentum, foreign investors have poured close to USD 2 billion into capital markets so far in April, driven by hopes of a good monsoon and positive macroeconomic data.

Watching inflation, monsoon to decide interest rate: Raghuram Rajan

Watching inflation, monsoon to decide interest rate: Raghuram Rajan

RBI is closely watching inflation data as well as monsoon rain forecasts for deciding on further interest rate cuts and the monetary policy still remains in the "accommodative mode", Governor Raghuram Rajan has said.

Industry pitches for more rate cuts as WPI remains negative

With inflation continues to be in the negative zone, India Inc today pitched for further easing of policy rates during the current year by Reserve Bank.

RBI likely to go for 0.25% rate cut on August 9: BofA-ML

RBI likely to go for 0.25% rate cut on August 9: BofA-ML

The Reserve Bank is likely to cut key rates by 25 basis points in its policy review meeting on August 9, largely owing to benign inflation, low IIP growth and good monsoon forecast, a report says.

RBI monetary policy review today: Raghuram Rajan likely to cut interest rate by 0.5%

RBI monetary policy review today: Raghuram Rajan likely to cut interest rate by 0.5%

RBI will unveil its first bi-monthly policy review for this fiscal Tuesday amid expectations of a 0.25-0.50 percent cut in interest rates to boost industrial growth and economy.

 

FM Jaitley pitches for interest rate cut ahead of RBI policy

FM Jaitley pitches for interest rate cut ahead of RBI policy

The finance minister also stressed that the debate on crucial economic issues, like interest rates, should move in the right direction in India, which is a "large and noisy democracy".

Sensex jumps 132 points on rate cut hopes

Sensex jumps 132 points on rate cut hopes

The NSE Nifty also perked up by 35.00 points or 0.45 percent to 7,748.05.

RBI credit policy: Will Raghuram Rajan cut interest rates by up to 0.50% tomorrow

RBI credit policy: Will Raghuram Rajan cut interest rates by up to 0.50% tomorrow

With inflation under check and government sticking to its fiscal consolidation path, market expectations are that RBI may cut interest rate by up to 0.50 percent in its first bi-monthly monetary policy review for 2016-17 on Tuesday in order to propel growth.

Inflation hits poor the most, RBI must listen to them: Subbarao

Inflation hits poor the most, RBI must listen to them: Subbarao

Reserve Bank of India has to listen to voices of the poor who are hurt the most by inflation, its former Governor Duvvuri Subbarao said adding that cutting interest rates is not necessarily the solution to stimulate investment.