Bank of India cuts one-year MCLR rates by up to 20 bps; to be effective from today

Bank of India's new one-year MCLR is fixed at 8.20 percent as against 8.30 percent

Press Trust of India December 10, 2019 07:34:20 IST
Bank of India cuts one-year MCLR rates by up to 20 bps; to be effective from today
  • The move comes hours after the larger peer SBI announced 10 bps reduction to 7.90 RPT 7,90 percent in its one-year MCLR or marginal cost-based lending rates-based loan pricing

  • This makes the SBI rates the cheapest and this is the eighth consecutive lending rate reduction by the largest lender since the beginning of the fiscal

  • The new one-year MCLR is fixed at 8.20 percent as against 8.30 percent

Mumbai: State-run Bank of India (SBI) on Monday revised its one-year MCLR-based lending rates by up to 20 basis points across various tenors, effective today (10 December).

The move comes hours after the larger peer SBI announced 10 bps reduction to 7.90 RPT 7,90 percent in its one-year MCLR or marginal cost-based lending rates-based loan pricing.

This makes the SBI rates the cheapest and this is the eighth consecutive lending rate reduction by the largest lender since the beginning of the fiscal.

The city-based lender has reduced its MCLR for overnight rates by 20 bps while for other tenors the cut is 10 basis points, a bank statement said, adding the overnight rates will stand at 7.75 percent.

The new one-year MCLR is fixed at 8.20 percent as against 8.30 percent.

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