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Aug 05, 2014
RBI should examine inflation, growth while setting policy rates: FinMinWith the RBI opting for status quo in its monetary policy review today, the Finance Ministry said going forward the central bank should examine the liquidity situation, inflation and growth while fixing the policy rate.
Dec 31, 2013
Inflation takes it all: Why 2013 was a disappointing year for saversWith inflation remaining high at over 10% for most of the year - never mind that we were told that inflation is coming under control and will come down in January- the purchasing power has been eroded considerably.
Dec 17, 2013
Explainer: What CPI, WPI inflation rates tell us about the economyWhat's the difference between CPI and WPI inflation rates? Here's an explainer
Dec 16, 2013
Nov WPI at 7.52%: Now RBI will have to hike rates, say expertsThe wholesale price index's annual rise compared with a 7 percent jump forecast by economists in a Reuters poll. In October, wholesale prices, India's main inflation measure, rose 7 percent. Here are some reactions.
Sep 09, 2013
Raghuram Rajan can't fix nine-and-a-half years of ruinA new man with a new message always raises hopes; but Raghuram Rajan cannot single-handedly change our economic destiny.
Jul 30, 2013
Forget interest rate cut, Crisil sees higher bad loans for banksCII president Kris Gopalakrishnan said Corporate India "drew heart" from the RBI statement that had it not been for the rupee volatility, rates could have been reduced, since inflation had started to moderate.
Jul 16, 2013
To protect rupee, RBI tightens liquidity; interest rates seen risingThe Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced measures late on Monday to curb the rupee's decline by tightening liquidity and making it costlier for banks to access funds from the central bank.
May 04, 2013
Why Chidu and Subbu still can't see eye-to-eyeThe gap between North Block, the FM's lair, and Mint Street, where the RBI makes monetary policy, is still wide despite a sharp deceleration in growth
Mar 27, 2012
Poor returns, supply overhang: No takers for tax-free bondsThe market for tax-free bonds will now be limited to the super rich and retail investors, while insurance firms and mutual funds may stay off because they are not taxed on the interest income or coupon of the debt they buy.