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.
Has Guv Das turned hawkish? Key takeaways from RBI money policy
The MPC revised down real GDP growth for 2019-20 from 6.1% in October policy ...
Full Text: RBI keeps powder dry, maintains status quo; here's why
Overall liquidity in the system remained in surplus in October and November...
SBI reduces external benchmark rate by 25 bps; loans to get cheaper
The revised effective benchmark lending rate of 7.8 percent (down from 8.05 percent) will come into effect from January 1, 2020. New home buyers will get loans at an interest rate starting from 7.9 percent a year(previously at 8.15 percent).
Personal finance takeaways from RBI monetary policy review
RBI maintained status quo on key rates, surprising many. ET Online’s Shambhavi Mehrotra gives to lowdown on what this means for borrowers an...
View: Rupee to trade in 71.20-71.80 range
Momentum in the rupee is expected to remain slightly negative.
Top 10 banks' home loan interest rates
These 10 banks are offering the lowest home loan interest rates for salaried individuals.
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...
PPF, NSC and other small savings schemes interest rates kept unchanged for March quarter
For the quarter ending March 2020, small savings schemes such as the Public Provident Fund (PPF), National Savings Certificate (NSC) will continue to fetch same interest rate. PPF will continue to earn 7.9 per cent during the quarter January to March 2020.
Repo fix may be helping US stocks
The central bank, driven by the need to tamp down problems in funding markets with liquidity injections, has expanded its balance sheet from as little as $3.76 trillion at the end of August to $4.05 trillion.
How Das is pushing traditional limits at RBI to ensure rates come down
Shaktikanta Das has tried unconventional methods to manage liquidity before.
Market worried over fiscal i math, repo-bond yield spread widens
The RBI purchased Rs 3,31,100 crore net of government bonds in 2018-19 through OMOs.
6% plus growth rate possible in second half of FY21: Ashutosh Khajuria, Federal Bank
Next year, we may see more CPSEs being divested and probably a couple of privatisations as well.
Are Indian bonds defying rate transmission?
Banks earn 5.15% via the repo window while four-year government bonds are yielding 6.55%.
MPC members waited to see full impact of rate cuts
Consumer price inflation, which the central bank tracks to make its inflation forecast s rose 4.6 per cent in October, higher than the central bank’s medium term forecast of 4 per cent as food inflation rose 6.9 per cent as onion prices rose 20 per cent.
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