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Growth in Bank Credit

BE/RBI NOTE/45/2018 A Reserve Bank of India Report reads Bank Credits have increased by 14.35% to Rs. 89.93 lakh crore during the fortnight ended Oct 12, 2018. Deposits rose by 8.86% to Rs. 117.85 lakh crore during the same period. The figures of Bank Credit and Bank Deposits during the last year for the same

Growth in Bank Credit

BE/RBI NOTE/45/2018 A Reserve Bank of India Report reads Bank Credits have increased by 14.35% to Rs. 89.93 lakh crore during the fortnight ended Oct 12, 2018. Deposits rose by 8.86% to Rs. 117.85 lakh crore during the same period. The figures of Bank Credit and Bank Deposits during the last year for the same

RBI Interest Rates

BE/RBI NOTE/43/2018 The inflation in prices is likely to remain sober during the second half-year of 2019.   Risk related to if increased inflation was attributed to the following: Hike in minimum Support Price on various goods Seventh Central pay commission States’ HRA implementation Imported inflation due to rupee depreciation   This is expected to be

RBI Interest Rates

BE/RBI NOTE/43/2018 The inflation in prices is likely to remain sober during the second half-year of 2019.   Risk related to if increased inflation was attributed to the following: Hike in minimum Support Price on various goods Seventh Central pay commission States’ HRA implementation Imported inflation due to rupee depreciation   This is expected to be

RBI Plans To Tighten NBFC Norms

BE/RBI NOTE/43/2018 Reserve Bank of India, the Central Bank, has announced that it will tighten norms for NBFCs RBI adds that that many of the NBFCs are becoming systemically important and have a higher dependence on short-term sources like commercial papers and mutual funds, CLSA analysts. The modus operandi is still to be announced by

RBI Plans To Tighten NBFC Norms

BE/RBI NOTE/43/2018 Reserve Bank of India, the Central Bank, has announced that it will tighten norms for NBFCs RBI adds that that many of the NBFCs are becoming systemically important and have a higher dependence on short-term sources like commercial papers and mutual funds, CLSA analysts. The modus operandi is still to be announced by