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Former Bank of Baroda chairman assumes office as RBI Deputy Governor

Jul 31, 2014

Former Bank of Baroda chairman assumes office as RBI Deputy Governor

Commercial banker Subhash Sheoratan Mundra has assumed office as the fourth deputy governor of the RBI. #Economy #India #RBI #NewsTracker #bank #Raghuram Rajan #RBI Deputy Governor #SS Mundra #Bank of Baroda chairman
Maneka Gandhi proposes to set up exclusive bank for women

Jul 30, 2014

Maneka Gandhi proposes to set up exclusive bank for women

In an ambitious initiative aimed at empowering women, the government has proposed to set up an exclusive bank for women having branches across the country which may see merging of the Bharatiya Mahila Bank launched last year by the UPA government. #NewsTracker #Maneka Gandhi #Bharatiya Mahila Bank #exclusive bank for women
Jaitley to meet heads of PSU banks on Thursday

Jul 28, 2014

Jaitley to meet heads of PSU banks on Thursday

Although the main agenda for the meeting is the financial inclusion, other issues like lowering of interest rate, bad loans, credit to farm sector and financial performance may come up for the meeting, sources said. #Economy #ThisisNext #Arun Jaitley #PSU banks #department of financial services #RuPay Debit card #Accident insurance cover
No proposal for merger of United Bank with IDBI Bank

Jul 28, 2014

No proposal for merger of United Bank with IDBI Bank

Shares of United Bank of India were trading at Rs 53, up 8.16 percent on the BSE, while IDBI Bank was trading at Rs 91.10 per unit, up 1 percent. #M&A #Business #BSE #CompanyWatch #NPA #IDBI Bank #United Bank of India
Israel-Gaza's 12-hour ceasefire on, but permanent truce looks shaky

Jul 26, 2014

Israel-Gaza's 12-hour ceasefire on, but permanent truce looks shaky

The temporary lull was unlikely to change the trajectory of the current hostilities and that the Israel-Gaza war is spilling over into West Bank. #United Nations #Hamas #Israel #UN #West Bank #Israel-Palestine #Israel-Palestine relations #Israel strikes on Gaza #Gaza strikes #Truce #Gaza fighting #Israel fighting #Israel-Gaza fighting

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Banking licences: Were Tatas hoping to change the rules mid way?

Nov 28, 2013

Banking licences: Were Tatas hoping to change the rules mid way?

Many corporate were hoping for relaxation of RBI rules for a couple of years, and when they realized RBI is not going to relax any norms, some of them are now backing out #RBI #Tata Sons #Tata #Banking Licences
Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Jul 11, 2013

Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Central Banks policies and actions can lead to short term volatility and also give people like us something to write or talk about. However do not let central banks actions lead you away from your longer term objectives. Let the traders play the volatility while you ride out the short term volatility for longer term gains. #Central bank #stocks #markets #PersonalFinance #market volatility

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Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Jul 31, 2014

Portugal's BES Proves Weakest Link in EU Banking System

Losses at Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo, following problems at holding companies with stakes in the bank, prove that Europe's banking system and regulations are as strong as the weakest link. The complex ownership structure undermines the credibili...
Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Jul 31, 2014

Banks rake in overdraft fees on small debit card purchases, CFPB finds

The majority of debit card overdrafts are caused by small purchases, resulting in many consumers paying more for overdraft protection than they spent on the transactions that triggered it, according to a study released Thursday by the Consumer Financ...
Why you shouldn't position portfolios based on central bank policies

Jul 30, 2014

Ryan: Boeing could "do well" without Ex-Im Bank

Ryan says Boeing could "do well" without Ex-Im Ban...