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RBI eases norms for equity issues under FDI

The guidelines allow issuance of shares subject to certain conditions like entry route, sectoral cap, pricing guidelines and compliance with the applicable tax laws.

Read more: ECB, equity, FDI, RBI

RBI Guv Raghuram Rajan rues missing ‘political will’ despite ‘solutions being clear’

There may not be enough political will often to do what is necessary even if the solutions are clear, said Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan, who was addressing students at an educational institute in Mumbai. He decided to “spend sometime” Tuesday talking on what was happening in the global economy. “Economic policies […]

Read more: Raghuram Rajan, RBI

Centre likely to stick to its borrowing plan for H2FY15

The market borrowings are one of the sources for funding the fiscal deficit along with tax and non-tax revenues.


How not to draft regulation

RBI rules on wilful default are a throwback to the age of khap panchayats.

Govt shouldn’t treat PSBs as its extended arm: RBI Governor

‘Banks are there to undertake social actions but those must be backed by financial gains’.


Need to lower inflation before cutting rates: Raghuram Rajan

RBI Governor says there is no point in cutting interest rates to see inflation pick up again.


In hour of crisis, RBI opens line of credit, goes easy on terms

The repayment period of restructured term loan may vary depending on the severity of calamity and its recurrence.

Read more: JK floods, RBI

Money laundering: RBI takes action against erring UCBs

RBI has aggressively pursued the issue and around six UCBs were closed as they were found to be “unviable”.


Where monetary policy is irrelevant

It plays no role in the rise and fall of inflation. RBI must junk its inflation expectations survey before it causes more damage to its reputation

Five states corner 62% of investments in bank-assisted projects

Maharashtra got investments of Rs 25,862 crore in 78 projects during the fiscal, thus topping the table for attracting maximum investments, as per the RBI study.


Shady gold auction raises police suspicion, 63 kg seized

DCP Goyal: The gold seized when a group of middlemen were selling the 63 kg of gold at 80% of the actual price.

CAD dips to 1.7% in Q1 on narrowing trade deficit

Imports moderated by 6.5 per cent to $116.4 billion in the period under review from a 4.7 per cent growth in the first quarter of 2013-14.

Don’t slam the brakes

RBI’s safety-first approach could end up disregarding financial innovation and consumer freedom.

RBI seeks corrective plan on Bhushan Steel loans

Under CAP, the Joint Lenders Forum (JLF) will explore various options to resolve the stress in the account.

Formal employment remains key to financial inclusion

Salaried professionals have easier access to credit as it is simpler for them to fulfil conditions.


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