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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.

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'.

CPI inflation likely to be around 5.7% in 2017; rate cut possible: Nomura

CPI inflation likely to be around 5.7% in 2017; rate cut possible: Nomura

India's CPI inflation is likely to average around 5.3 per cent in 2017, up from 5.1 per cent in 2016, but the RBI might still cut repo rate by 25 bps in the first quarter of next year, says a Nomura report.

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.

Property developers disappointed with RBI's status quo on rates

Property developers disappointed with RBI's status quo on rates

Property developers and consultants on Wednesday expressed disappointment over the RBI decision to keep key policy rates unchanged and said the reduction in interest rates would have given a boost to sluggish housing sales.

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.

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.

Monetary Policy Committee meeting starts Tuesday; may propose rate cut of 0.25%

Monetary Policy Committee meeting starts Tuesday; may propose rate cut of 0.25%

The meeting on Tuesday will be the second of the MPC chaired by the Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel.

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.

Demonetisation: RBI likely to cut interest rates by up to 0.5%

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RBI to continue with easing; next rate cut in February: Analysts

RBI to continue with easing; next rate cut in February: Analysts

A day after the monetary policy committee (MPC) debuted with a surprise 0.25 percent cut in rates, analysts today said the Reserve Bank will continue with the accommodative stance but the next action can come only in the February review.
 

Watch: Urjit Patel speaking on new credit policy announcement

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Rate cut to boost liquidity, achieve near 8% growth: Finance Ministry

Rate cut to boost liquidity, achieve near 8% growth: Finance Ministry

The Finance Ministry on Tuesday said the 0.25 percent rate cut by the Reserve Bank will inject liquidity in the system and help achieve closer to 8 percent growth in the current fiscal.

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.

First Monetary Policy Committee meeting begins; RBI may opt for status quo on rate

First Monetary Policy Committee meeting begins; RBI may opt for status quo on rate

As the newly-constituted Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) started its first meeting Monday to fix the benchmark interest rate, experts said RBI may opt for status quo and wait for further easing of inflation.

Raghuram Rajan keeps rates intact; blasts banks for being stingy on cuts

Raghuram Rajan keeps rates intact; blasts banks for being stingy on cuts

In the third bi-monthly policy review of this fiscal, RBI kept the benchmark repurchase rate (at which RBI lends to the system) at 5-year low of 6.50 percent.