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India not ready for capital account convertibility: RBI

India allowed current account convertibililty which means foreign exchange is available for the trade account — imports and exports.

RBI asks banks to do away with ‘no due certificate’

The RBI said it received complaints from borrowers as banks were refusing to grant loans without ‘No due certificate’..

Budget cues

India has accumulated its highest ever forex reserves. Government must build on this

Forex reserves hit all-time high at $322.14 billion

The previous life-time high was $320.79 billion, way back in the week ended September 2, 2011.

Disclose more information on rates and fees to customers: RBI to banks

These measures will come into force with effect from April 1, 2015.


2015 cut foretold: 200 basis points

Most forecasts of repo rate cuts needed in India this year seem to be out of sync with the underlying trend of inflation and growth in India and the world.

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Cut in context

The 728-point jump in the Sensex immediately after the RBI announced a 0.25 per cent cut in its policy rate shows how desperately the economy was longing for a lowering of interest rates. But the absence of a further rise the next day showed that second thoughts were setting in. The market is beginning to […]

Reserve Bank allows banks to change base rate methodology

Banks should have a board-approved policy delineating the components of spread charged to a customer.


Common to four blacklisted NGOs: Activism in coal sector

Based in US, all four NGOs have campaigned against use of coal as a source of energy.


Will create system to force promoters to absorb losses: Rajan

The RBI governor defended his decision not to lower interest rates at his last monetary policy review.


No Proof Required: Why ignorance is not bliss

Most expert views in India are in fact an ex-post opinion for every ex-ante fact.

RBI allows banks to act as insurance brokers through JVs, subsidiaries

Analysts said this is possibly a factor that could have prompted the RBI to go for a repo rate cut on Thursday.

EMIs and loan tenures set to go down

Experts feel that the policy rates may go down by up to 100 basis points (1 percentage point) in the calendar 2015.

Real estate to gain most from rate cut

Being a rate-sensitive sector, realty has been under stress over the last couple of years as high rates kept home buyers away.

On headroom for rate cuts, RBI in enviable position

Most other economies do not have the rate cut option as their rates are low, and inflation is high.