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RBI to inject $5 bn into system: Move adds to the armoury of central bank, but will it ease liquidity constraints?
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RBI to inject $5 bn into system: Move adds to the armoury of central bank, but will it ease liquidity constraints?

From the point of view of RBI, instead of buying GSecs from banks through three OMOs, it is able to inject Rs 35,000 crore at one shot at the end of the month

EPF interest hike by 10 bps is significant: It gives savers higher returns but banks have to walk tightrope now
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EPF interest hike by 10 bps is significant: It gives savers higher returns but banks have to walk tightrope now

With the EPF announcing an increase in the rate by 10 bps is significant because the organization belongs to the government

RBI-government fracas on core issues has brought to fore contentious aspects of not just institutions but also policies
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RBI-government fracas on core issues has brought to fore contentious aspects of not just institutions but also policies

The RBI so far has used the conventional approach of providing funds to banks which could lend to the NBFCs based on commercial judgment.

RBI to inject Rs 8,000 cr liquidity through purchase of government securities on 22 Nov
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RBI to inject Rs 8,000 cr liquidity through purchase of government securities on 22 Nov

The OMO operation will help ease tight liquidity situation triggered by a series of default by group companies of IL&FS.

RBI board meeting concludes on positive note: Mature solution is good news for financial markets
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RBI board meeting concludes on positive note: Mature solution is good news for financial markets

The RBI board meeting which went on for a dramatic nine-hour session has reached a mature solution which is acceptable to all concerned parties

Govt wants Rs 3.6 lakh crore cash surplus from RBI: Eating into central bank's reserves is a dangerous idea, will set a bad precedent
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Govt wants Rs 3.6 lakh crore cash surplus from RBI: Eating into central bank's reserves is a dangerous idea, will set a bad precedent

As this has not been done before, doing it now will definitely send a signal that all is not well with the government’s finances and will hence raise several questions on the running of the Budget.