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Budget proposals: Leg up for affordable housing

The government and RBI have liberalised financing for sector, but hurdles remain on path from banks to buyer.


RBI set to recognise supermarts, mobile companies as banks

The funds mobilised by the banks will be invested only in government securities.


Markets wipe out post-Budget losses as bank, infra stocks rally

ICICI Bank rose 4.8 per cent and Axis Bank added 3.2 per cent while State Bank of India gained 2.2 per cent.


Home loan rates up to Rs 50 lakh to dip as RBI eases bank fund-raising norms

Clubs affordable housing with infrastructure sector; eases CRR, SLR rules.

Banks oppose plan for farm loan waivers

RBI may only entertain crop loan rescheduling, unlikely to agree to gold loan adjustment.

RBI official shows enforcing rules is tough business

According to Padmanabhan, companies responded by using at least three different ways to try and skirt the regulation.

HR Khan gets 2-year extension as RBI Dy Guv

The government is yet to decide on a successor to KC Chakrabarty, one of the four Deputy Governors who retired on April 25.


Minor tweaks haven’t worked

RBI governor must realise that financial regulation reforms proposed by FSLRC are necessary.

Read more: FSLRC, Raghuram Rajan, RBI

Spike in state borrowings spooks bond market; Rs 961 cr devolved

Fund mop-up to cross R2 lakh crore this fiscal, states spending on higher MSPs.

RBI to tighten prudential norms for ‘important’ banks

Domestic systemically important banks to be given scores, ranks.

Share info on black money with SIT: RBI to banks

The SIT under the chairmanship of former Supreme Court judge, Justice MB Shah, was constituted by the Narendra Modi-led government on its first day in office.

Apex bank sets timelines for regulatory approvals

The RBI said an in-principle approval to private bank licensing must be given within 90 days, preferential issues and qualified institutional placements within 30 days.


RBI allows foreign players to hedge currency risk

FPIs will be able to hedge the currency risk arising out of the market value of their exposure to Indian debt and equity securities.


Residents, non-residents allowed to carry up to Rs 25k abroad: RBI

Earlier, Indians travelling abroad were permitted to carry only up to Rs 10,000, while foreigners were not allowed to carry Indian currency while leaving the country.

Rajan says FSLRC proposal on unified regulator ‘schizophrenic’

‘If govt wants to manage own debt, no reason for RBI to stand in the way’.