MONETARY POLICY COMMITTEE
Who will replace Viral Acharya at RBI? Here are possible successors
The government will make a final choice in consultation with the governor.
Early exit of Acharya from RBI not to roil markets: SBI report
In his resignation, he expressed inability to continue beyond July 23, 2019, t...
View: India's Central Bank autonomy takes another hit
Acharya, who had cautioned against chipping away at the central bank's autonomy last ye...
Viral Acharya quits RBI: All you need to know
Viral Acharya who had made a fervent pitch for autonomy for the banking regulator, has reportedly quit six months before the scheduled end o...
Acharya differed with government on key issues
Viral Acharya has voted for rate cuts only twice in 15 monetary policy reviews.
Change in RBI's stance hints at more rate cuts: Nomura
Cuts of 0.50 per cent to narrow the real interest rate.
View: Find a suitable successor to Acharya
As a member of the Central Board of Directors of RBI and the Monetary Policy Committee, Acharya brought credibility to his job that entails a command over finance.
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Guv Das, Deputy Acharya differ on fiscal discipline
The six members of the MPC voted unanimously to cut rates by 25 basis points.
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MPC members voted for cut but flagged risks to inflation
Minutes released by RBI showed that members voted for an easier monetary policy.
MPC minutes: RBI governor says economic activity clearly losing traction
MPC members are concerned about India’s economic growth, inflation and global trade war.
RBI Governor receives support on his fiscal risk stance
The six-member Monetary Policy Committee was divided in its view of fiscal slippage and its impact on inflation trajectory.
Governor Shaktikanta Das, deputy Viral Acharya differ on fiscal discipline
To be sure, the six members of the MPC voted unanimously to cut rates by 25 basis points due to the benign inflation print.
Economic activity clearly losing traction: Shaktikanta Das said at MPC meet
Considering the inflation dynamics, there's a need for decisive action, Das said while voting for rate cut.
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