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RBI MONETARY POLICY

BE/RBI/4/2017 The monetary policy committee (MPC) kept the Reserve Bank of India’s policy rates unchanged, and shifted to Neutral position from Accommodative, in order to keep the pendulum move equally on either side (ie.,either an increase or decrease) which resulted in the bonds markets being upset with the pause policy of RBI. CRISIL opines that

RBI MONETARY POLICY

BE/RBI/4/2017 The monetary policy committee (MPC) kept the Reserve Bank of India’s policy rates unchanged, and shifted to Neutral position from Accommodative, in order to keep the pendulum move equally on either side (ie.,either an increase or decrease) which resulted in the bonds markets being upset with the pause policy of RBI. CRISIL opines that

CASH WITHDRDAWAL LIMITS THROUGH ATM

BE/RBI/5/2017 Reserve Bank of India has announced that the withdrawal limit in respect of Savings Account  would be lifted wef 13th March 2017 in two phases, due to the current remonetisation leap.  It added that the limit on cash withdrawal would be Rs. 50,000  per week w.e.f 20th Feb 2017 (which is currently Rs. 24,000/-)

CASH WITHDRDAWAL LIMITS THROUGH ATM

BE/RBI/5/2017 Reserve Bank of India has announced that the withdrawal limit in respect of Savings Account  would be lifted wef 13th March 2017 in two phases, due to the current remonetisation leap.  It added that the limit on cash withdrawal would be Rs. 50,000  per week w.e.f 20th Feb 2017 (which is currently Rs. 24,000/-)

RBI MONETARY POLICY MEET ON 8TH FEB 2017

BE/RBI/2/2017 There are different opinions as to whether Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will cut rates when it unveils the last monetary policy of the financial year on February 8.  The economists on one hand add that the central bank will hold and let liquidity take care of the rates, however, others feels, RBI may

RBI MONETARY POLICY MEET ON 8TH FEB 2017

BE/RBI/2/2017 There are different opinions as to whether Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will cut rates when it unveils the last monetary policy of the financial year on February 8.  The economists on one hand add that the central bank will hold and let liquidity take care of the rates, however, others feels, RBI may

Final guidelines of RBI on Large Exposure Framework

BE/RBI/1/2017 What is final Exposure? A bank’s exposures to its counterparties may result in concentration of its assets to a single counterparty or a group of connected counterparties.  This is an issue which requires to be addressed.  To remove this anomaly  the Reserve Bank, in March 1989, fixed limits on bank exposures to an individual

Final guidelines of RBI on Large Exposure Framework

BE/RBI/1/2017 What is final Exposure? A bank’s exposures to its counterparties may result in concentration of its assets to a single counterparty or a group of connected counterparties.  This is an issue which requires to be addressed.  To remove this anomaly  the Reserve Bank, in March 1989, fixed limits on bank exposures to an individual

RBI’s Financial Stability Report

BE/RBI/37/2016   RBI has published its Financial Stability Report (FSR), which states that the health of Banking Sectors lending sector is struggling with a deteriorating asset quality which is a hidrance to their growth.   The report adds, that overall India’s financial system remains steady, however, the stress on the banking sector, particularly on the

RBI’s Financial Stability Report

BE/RBI/37/2016   RBI has published its Financial Stability Report (FSR), which states that the health of Banking Sectors lending sector is struggling with a deteriorating asset quality which is a hidrance to their growth.   The report adds, that overall India’s financial system remains steady, however, the stress on the banking sector, particularly on the