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With more banks expected to follow ICICI and Axis on rate cuts, is it time for RBI to ease further?

Apr 15, 2015

With more banks expected to follow ICICI and Axis on rate cuts, is it time for RBI to ease further?

With banks falling in line somewhat, the first hurdle for future rate cuts is cleared; but the critical factor is the rains and crude prices #Inflation #RBI #Interest rate #ICICI Bank #SBI #Economic growth #Axis Bank #Raghuram Rajan #Growth #crude oil price
RBI holds key rates: Key highlights of the policy statement

Apr 07, 2015

RBI holds key rates: Key highlights of the policy statement

The RBI's move comes after two rounds of rate cuts of 25 bps each towards the end of the last financial year #Inflation #RBI #Monetary policy #Interest rates #crude oil prices #Growth
Rate cut next week? Some believe Rajan will surprise again though macros don't favour

Mar 31, 2015

Rate cut next week? Some believe Rajan will surprise again though macros don't favour

There arent any convincing data between last policy and now that makes a case for a rate cut. But there is surely a consensus building up #Inflation #RBI #Interest rates #crude oil prices #Repo rate #Raghuram Rajan #Growth #monetary policy review #Yemen crisis #inflation expectation
Crude shock: Deeper crisis in Yemen could mean your loan rates won't fall as expected

Mar 27, 2015

Crude shock: Deeper crisis in Yemen could mean your loan rates won't fall as expected

India being heavily dependent nation on imported fuel, any major external shocks can significantly upset the inflation projections and rate stance of the central bank #RBI #Interest rate #Repo rate #Yemen #public sector banks #corporate earnings #NPAs #Saudi Arabia #crude oil price #capex cycle
RBI policy: No case for a rate cut today; but will governor Rajan surprise again?

Feb 03, 2015

RBI policy: No case for a rate cut today; but will governor Rajan surprise again?

If one goes by the indications, Tuesdays policy is likely to be largely a non-event; but Rajan can always surprise #Inflation #RBI #Monetary policy #Interest rate #crude oil prices #IIP #Repo rate #Raghuram Rajan #Growth #Core sector growth