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  • RBI Likely to Keep Repo Rate Unchanged in September: SBI

    RBI Likely to Keep Repo Rate Unchanged in September: SBI

    State Bank of India chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya on Friday said the Reserve Bank of India is likely to keep repo rate unchanged in the September monetary policy review due to the uncertainty in the markets and a volatile rupee.

  • Up to 1% Cut in Policy Rate Needed to Boost Growth: Panagariya

    Up to 1% Cut in Policy Rate Needed to Boost Growth: Panagariya

    With inflation under control, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya on Friday pitched for a cut in policy rate by one percentage point saying that "this lever" can be used to boost growth.

  • RBI to Focus on Bringing Inflation Down to 4% Target

    RBI to Focus on Bringing Inflation Down to 4% Target

    After cutting its repo rate by 75 basis points this year, the RBI kept its repo rate on hold at its policy review this month, saying it wanted to monitor inflation and wait for lenders to further lower their lending rates.

  • Majority in RBI's Advisory Panel Favoured Rate Cut in August

    Majority in RBI's Advisory Panel Favoured Rate Cut in August

    Four out of seven members in the Reserve Bank of India's technical advisory panel recommended the central bank cut the repo rate at its monetary policy review this month because of easing inflation and signs of a soft economy.

  • RBI Likely to Go for 0.25% Rate Cut in September: HSBC

    RBI Likely to Go for 0.25% Rate Cut in September: HSBC

    The Reserve Bank of India is likely to go for a rate cut of 25 basis points in September as price pressures have fallen "notably and far more than expected", says an HSBC report.

  • Rajan Nudges Banks to Cut Lending Rates

    Rajan Nudges Banks to Cut Lending Rates

    Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Thursday said there is a need for banks to cut their lending rates anticipating the benefits which will be accruing from the central bank's rate cuts.

  • Conditions Favourable for Further Rate Cuts: Jaitley

    Conditions Favourable for Further Rate Cuts: Jaitley

    Conditions in India are favourable for further interest rate cuts due to low global commodity prices as well as prospects of good summer crops, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Thursday.

  • Rajan Says RBI, Government Reach Consensus on Policy Panel

    Rajan Says RBI, Government Reach Consensus on Policy Panel

    The Reserve Bank of India and government have reached a "broad consensus" on the composition of a rate-setting panel, Raghuram Rajan, Governor of the central bank, said on Tuesday without specifying any details.

  • Raghuram Rajan Using the 'Wrong Levers', Says Former SBI Chief

    Raghuram Rajan Using the 'Wrong Levers', Says Former SBI Chief

    Since January the RBI has reduced repo rate by 75 basis points or 0.75 per cent, and on Monday while acknowledging that transmissions takes time, Dr Rajan said he expects the banks to pass on the benefits of the rate cuts to the consumer in the next couple of months.

  • SBI Rules Out Rate Cut in Near Future

    SBI Rules Out Rate Cut in Near Future

    Rajan, who has used strong words against banks for holding on to rates in the April and June, today said banks have only cut 0.30 per cent at the median level as against the RBI s cut of 0.75 per cent this year.

  • RBI a Little More Dovish Than Anticipated: Expert

    RBI a Little More Dovish Than Anticipated: Expert

    All but four of 51 analysts polled by Reuters had predicted the RBI would keep the repo rate on hold.

  • Rate Sensitive Stocks Trade Mixed as RBI Keeps Rates on Hold

    Rate Sensitive Stocks Trade Mixed as RBI Keeps Rates on Hold

    Banks, auto and realty stocks would have been the prime beneficiaries if RBI would have cut the lending rates today.

  • Rate Cut Hopes Muted But Raghuram Rajan 'Fireworks' Not Ruled Out

    Rate Cut Hopes Muted But Raghuram Rajan 'Fireworks' Not Ruled Out

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to hold rates steady in its August 4 policy review, particularly with retail inflation at an eight-month high, a Reuters poll of economists found. Higher food prices pushed retail or consumer inflation to an eight-month high of 5.4 per cent in June.

  • RBI to Hold Rates on Tuesday, Cut Likely in September: Experts

    RBI to Hold Rates on Tuesday, Cut Likely in September: Experts

    The Reserve Bank of India is likely to pause on rates at its ensuing meeting next week, but may go for a rate cut by the end of the year, as further clarity on the monsoon front is awaited, according to brokerages.

  • Moody's Expects RBI to Cut Rate to Boost Growth

    Moody's Expects RBI to Cut Rate to Boost Growth

    Moody's Analytics said that if India is to catch up to global economic powerhouses such as China, reforms must be delivered swiftly. Reforms can accelerate growth and improve prospects, particularly in emerging market economies.

  • There's Scope for Further Cuts in Lending Rates: HDFC Bank

    There's Scope for Further Cuts in Lending Rates: HDFC Bank

    The bank today launched a mobile van project called 'Dhanchayat', which is aimed at deepening financial literacy in the rural areas. It will specifically work to impress the people to be a part of the formal financial system and drive them away from the clutches of the unorganised money lenders.

  • RBI to Hold Rates on August 4, Some See Cut by Year-End: Poll

    RBI to Hold Rates on August 4, Some See Cut by Year-End: Poll

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is unlikely to loosen policy before October, particularly with retail inflation at an eight-month high after food prices spiked, a Reuters poll of economists found.

  • RBI to Keep Key Rate Unchanged on August 4: DBS

    RBI to Keep Key Rate Unchanged on August 4: DBS

    The Reserve Bank of India is likely to keep the benchmark repo rate unchanged at 7.25 per cent in its policy review meeting on August 4, DBS has said in a report.

  • Government to Consult RBI on New Monetary Policy Panel

    Government to Consult RBI on New Monetary Policy Panel

    The government will consult the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) before taking a decision on the formation of a proposed interest rate-setting panel, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha told Reuters on Monday.

  • RBI Rate Hikes a Certainty in 2016: Tata Securities

    RBI Rate Hikes a Certainty in 2016: Tata Securities

    Not ruling out rate cuts for this year, brokerage firm Tata Securities said the Reserve Bank of India will be in fact hiking the rates from 2016.

  • RBI Seen Maintaining Status Quo on August 4: Morgan Stanley

    RBI Seen Maintaining Status Quo on August 4: Morgan Stanley

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to keep interest rates on hold in its monetary policy meet on August 4, but may slash the key lending rate by a 50-75 basis points by March 2016, Morgan Stanley said on Thursday.

  • Rajan Meets Jaitley Ahead of August 4 RBI Policy Review

    Rajan Meets Jaitley Ahead of August 4 RBI Policy Review

    Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday called on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and is believed to have discussed various issues including the current macroeconomic situation.

  • Low Inflation Offers Scope of RBI Rate Cut to Boost Growth: SBI

    Low Inflation Offers Scope of RBI Rate Cut to Boost Growth: SBI

    RBI, in June 2 monetary policy review, cut the repo rate (short-term lending rate) from 7.5 per cent to 7.25, but left all other policy tools like cash reserve requirement unchanged at 4 per cent and Statutory Liquidity Ratio at 21.5 per cent.

  • Further RBI Rate Cut of 0.25% Likely in FY16: Citigroup

    Further RBI Rate Cut of 0.25% Likely in FY16: Citigroup

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to cut the key interest rate by another 25 bps this fiscal year as retail inflation is likely to be around 5 per cent, global financial services major Citigroup has said in a report.

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