RBI POLICY RATES
Personal finance takeaways from RBI monetary policy review
RBI maintained status quo on key rates, surprising many. ET Online’s Shambhavi Meh...
View: RBI should be cutting rates, not holding
Not a single economist among the 43 surveyed by Bloomberg News predicted no rate cuts happenin...
RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 5.15%, stance remains accommodative
The central bank slashed FY20 real GDP growth projection to 5% from 6.1%...
View: Time to pick high quality midcaps and smallcaps
The risk-reward continues to be favourable in mid and smallcaps compared to large caps.
The week that was in 10 stocks: IPO mart abuzz; 20 stocks hit all-time highs
The 30-share pack lost 348 points, or 0.85 per cent, to end at 40,445 on December 6.
GDP shocker: RBI cuts FY20 growth forecast to 5%
CPI inflation projection wad revised upwards to 5.1-4.7 per cent for the second half of FY20.
RBI Monetary Policy December 2019: Key takeaways
While announcing the observations and decisions of the Monetary Policy Committee's meet for December 2019, Governor Shaktikanta Das announce...
Credit crisis is not over yet, choose debt mutual funds carefully
In the fifth bi-monthly monetary policy review meeting, the RBI had kept the repo rate unchanged, resulting in the yields spiking by 10-20 bps.
Analysts see RBI pausing rates for long as inflation worries return
While the RBI has asserted that the stance of the monetary policy will stay accommodative, market analysts believe that rate cuts won't happen frequently.
RBI keeps policy rates on hold despite economy fears
Many economists had predicted that the central bank would cut the repo rate by 25 bps.
Why RBI stayed put on policy rates? Shaktikanta Das explains
Core inflation expected to remain in the current zone below 4 per cent, said Governor Das.
A prolonged rout looms for India bonds as RBI pulls support
It’s starting to look like India’s sovereign bond market is on the brink of a prolonged rout.
Pause in rate cut by RBI disappoints EEPC
Sehgal said it is a matter of regret that the banks have not even passed on the earlier cuts.
RBI expects banks to soften lending rates even though it has kept policy rates unchanged
The central bank is expecting higher monetary transmission since the share of base rate loans, which have remained largely sticky, has come down. The marginal cost-based floating rate loans, which have annual resets, have become due.
5 reasons why RBI didn't go for rate cut
The Reserve Bank of India on Thursday maintained the status quo on policy rates in its fifth bi-monthly monetary policy review of the financ...
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