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RBI expects banks to pass on rate cut benefits to customers

Mar 20, 2015

RBI expects banks to pass on rate cut benefits to customers

The Reserve Bank has lowered interest rates by 0.50 percent since January 2015, but banks are yet to pass on the benefits to borrowers. #Economy #RBI #NewsTracker #Repo rate #Arun Jaitley #SS Mundra #VR Iyer
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
Surprise! RBI cuts repo rate to 7.5%, joins govt's plan to kickstart growth

Mar 04, 2015

Surprise! RBI cuts repo rate to 7.5%, joins govt's plan to kickstart growth

In an early morning press release the central banks said that the "softer readings on inflation are expected to come in through the first half of 2015-16 before firming up to below 6 per cent in the second half. #RBI #CRR #NewsTracker #Repo rate #GDP growth #Raghuram Rajan #fiscal consolidation #R&B #RBI rate cut
Rate cuts in the offing? Jan inflation inches up to 5.1% but stays below RBI target

Feb 13, 2015

Rate cuts in the offing? Jan inflation inches up to 5.1% but stays below RBI target

Consumer prices rose an annual 5.11 percent compared with a 4.28 percent gain in December, the statistics department said on Thursday after it changed the base year for measuring inflation to 2012 from 2010. #Inflation #GDP #RBI #NumberCrunching #Repo rate #Arun Jaitley #CPI

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Why 16 Sep is not a date for investors to worry about

Sep 08, 2011

Why 16 Sep is not a date for investors to worry about

The RBI's next policy review is on 16 September. Chances are it will go slow on rate hikes, if not call for a pause. No matter what it does, investors should bet on the long term. #RBI #credit policy #Smart Money #Repo rates #NotJobsButPassion