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Five reasons why RBI surprised markets with a rate cut

Mar 05, 2015

Five reasons why RBI surprised markets with a rate cut

Encouraged by softening inflation and the fiscal consolidation roadmap laid down by the government, RBI governor Raghuram Rajan today slashed key policy (repo) rate by 0.25 percent to 7.5 percent, the second such surprise rate cut outside regular policy review in less than two months. #GDP #RBI #Interest rates #rghuram rajan #budget 2015
Credit for Raghuram Rajan's rate cut goes to Jaitley and his Budget

Mar 05, 2015

Credit for Raghuram Rajan's rate cut goes to Jaitley and his Budget

The task of regaining the lost momentum in the economy is with the government, not with the central bank #HowThisWorks #Interest rate #fiscal deficit #Repo rate #Arun Jaitley #Growth #fiscal consolidation #RBI rate cut #budget 2015
Big test for inflation pact between govt, RBI will come when crude prices spike

Mar 04, 2015

Big test for inflation pact between govt, RBI will come when crude prices spike

Going by the past experience, the government has mostly been sceptical on the RBIs reasons for not slashing interest rates #Inflation #crude oil #Interest rate #Agricultural output #Growth #Inflation targetting #monetary policy framework #RBI-government agreement

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Why new interest rate futures contracts will be a hit among investors

Jan 21, 2014

Why new interest rate futures contracts will be a hit among investors

The IRF 2014 version opened on the NSE on 21 January and is clocking volumes of over Rs 400 crore in about initial two hours of trading. The IRF will open on the BSE on 28 January. Volumes are likely to shoot up as the IRF trades on all exchanges. #Sensex #nifty #govt bonds #Interest rate #ConnectTheDots #Benchmark bond #BSE #NSE #FII #IRF
What India Inc wants: Cheap money, 'blockbuster' budget

Jan 06, 2012

What India Inc wants: Cheap money, 'blockbuster' budget

The cost of money is the biggest bugbear of India Inc. If the budget is above expectations, it will lift the current pessimism. #Business/Finance #Inflation #Monetary policy #Duvvuri Subbarao #Interest rates #Economic growth #Budget2012 #Budget Sops