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Fitch sees RBI holding interest rates through FY22

Fitch sees RBI holding interest rates through FY22http://rediff.ly/ppva6

Fitch Solutions sees RBI keeping benchmark interest rates unchanged during the fiscal to March 2022 following its... Read more »»

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Fitch sees RBI holding interest rates through FY22

Fitch sees RBI holding interest rates through FY22http://rediff.ly/ppva6

Fitch Solutions sees RBI keeping benchmark interest rates unchanged during the fiscal to March 2022 following its decision to buy Rs 1 lakh crore of government bonds. "We had initially expected another policy rate cut to arrest the rise in government bond yields since the Union Budget announcement in February. "However, having an explicit bond purchase guidance from the RBI following the announcement of the G-SAP will also achieve a similar effect, if not even be more effective than a rate cut on capping the increase in bond yields," it said in a note. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) held its policy repurchase (repo) rate unchanged at 4 per cent at its monetary policy meeting on April 7.

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RBI targets 5.2% retail inflation for H1 of FY22

RBI targets 5.2% retail inflation for H1 of FY22http://rediff.ly/pot3h

Reserve Bank on Wednesday said it expects retail inflation at 5.2 per cent in the first half of the current fiscal... Read more »»

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RBI targets 5.2% retail inflation for H1 of FY22

RBI targets 5.2% retail inflation for H1 of FY22http://rediff.ly/pot3h

Reserve Bank on Wednesday said it expects retail inflation at 5.2 per cent in the first half of the current fiscal and revised downwards the target to 5 per cent for the quarter ended March. While headline inflation at 5 per cent in Feb 2021 remains within the tolerance band, some underline constituents are testing the upper tolerance level. Going forward, the food inflation trajectory will critically depend on the temporal and special progress of southwest monsoon in the 2021 season, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said on Wednesday while announcing the first monetary policy for the current fiscal. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has kept the key repo rate unchanged at 4 per cent to support growth in the current situation.

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RBI likely to hold rates this week

RBI likely to hold rates this weekhttp://rediff.ly/pn6ea

The Reserve Bank will go for a "dovish pause" at Wednesday's policy review announcement amid developments such as a... Read more »»

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RBI likely to hold rates this week

RBI likely to hold rates this weekhttp://rediff.ly/pn6ea

The Reserve Bank will go for a "dovish pause" at Wednesday's policy review announcement amid developments such as a rise in inflation, government maintaining the inflation target band and a likely impact on growth due to local lockdowns on rising COVID-19 infections, analysts said on Monday. Economists at American brokerage Bofa Securities said price stability, growth and financial stability will become the prime focus areas for the central bank going forward. "The RBI MPC (Monetary Policy Committee) should deliver another dovish pause on Wednesday," it said. The policy announcement, the first for the fiscal, will come days after the government maintained the RBI's target to ensure inflation to be within 2-6 per cent band for five more years.

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India records current account deficit of 0.2% in Q3

India records current account deficit of 0.2% in Q3http://rediff.ly/pjt19

India's current account swung to a deficit for the first time in the current fiscal, with the gap coming at $1.7... Read more »»

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India records current account deficit of 0.2% in Q3

India records current account deficit of 0.2% in Q3http://rediff.ly/pjt19

India's current account swung to a deficit for the first time in the current fiscal, with the gap coming at $1.7 billion or 0.2 per cent of the GDP in the December quarter. In the current fiscal, as the pandemic impacted trade, the current account had been in surplus in the previous two quarters, at $15.1 billion and $19 billion, respectively, as per the data on balance of payments released by the RBI on Wednesday. The critical measure of a country's external strength now stands at a surplus of 1.7 per cent of GDP for the first nine months of the fiscal year as against a deficit of 1.2 per cent in the year-ago period. In the December quarter, there was a rise in the merchandise trade deficit to $34.5 billion from $14.8 billion in the preceding quarter, and an increase in net investment income payments.

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India records current account deficit of 0.2% in Q3
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Despite rising Covid cases lockdowns are unlikely: RBI Guv

Despite rising Covid cases lockdowns are unlikely: RBI Guvhttp://rediff.ly/pgno5

The rising COVID-19 infections across the country are a matter of concern, but it may not impact the ongoing economic... Read more »»

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Despite rising Covid cases lockdowns are unlikely: RBI Guv

Despite rising Covid cases lockdowns are unlikely: RBI Guvhttp://rediff.ly/pgno5

The rising COVID-19 infections across the country are a matter of concern, but it may not impact the ongoing economic revival as one does not foresee lockdowns, Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das said on Thursday. The economic revival will continue "unabated", Das said, asserting that there is no need for a downward revision of RBI's 10.5 per cent GDP growth forecast for FY22. Speaking at Times Network's India Economic Conclave, Das said, "We have 'insurance' to protect economic revival like a fast-paced vaccination drive, greater ability among people to follow COVID protocols", and one does not see lockdowns as well.

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RBI's asset purchases did not dilute its balance sheet: Das

RBI's asset purchases did not dilute its balance sheet: Dashttp://rediff.ly/oy3rd

Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das on Thursday said the central bank's asset purchases, aimed at mitigating... Read more »»

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RBI's asset purchases did not dilute its balance sheet: Das

RBI's asset purchases did not dilute its balance sheet: Dashttp://rediff.ly/oy3rd

Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das on Thursday said the central bank's asset purchases, aimed at mitigating COVID-19-related liquidity stress in the system, did not dilute its balance sheet or compromise on core principles of central banking. In the wake of the pandemic, the RBI undertook several conventional and unconventional measures. "Unlike many central banks, the RBI's asset purchases did not dilute its balance sheet and hence, did not compromise on core principles of central banking," Das said while addressing an event organised by the Bombay Chamber of Commerce. These purchases were confined to risk-free sovereign (government) bonds including state government securities only, he said.

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Market turbulence: Advice for Investors

Market turbulence: Advice for Investorshttp://rediff.ly/oxn3q

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Market turbulence: Advice for Investors

Market turbulence: Advice for Investorshttp://rediff.ly/oxn3q

'Long-term retail investors should not worry about these sharp dips and jumps if they have chosen their stocks wisely.' 'Short-term volatility is a given and a rise and fall of two-three per cent should not worry them.'

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Now on all private banks can collect tax, pay pension

Now on all private banks can collect tax, pay pensionhttp://rediff.ly/oxeyd

The finance ministry on Wednesday allowed all private sector banks to participate in government-related business,... Read more »»

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Now on all private banks can collect tax, pay pension

Now on all private banks can collect tax, pay pensionhttp://rediff.ly/oxeyd

The finance ministry on Wednesday allowed all private sector banks to participate in government-related business, like collection of taxes. pension payments and small savings schemes. At the moment, only few large private sector are allowed to conduct government-related business.

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RBI projects retail inflation in 5-5.2% range for H1 FY22

RBI projects retail inflation in 5-5.2% range for H1 FY22http://rediff.ly/ogiim

The Reserve Bank on Friday projected retail inflation to be in 5-5.2 per cent range during the first half of the next... Read more »»

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RBI projects retail inflation in 5-5.2% range for H1 FY22

RBI projects retail inflation in 5-5.2% range for H1 FY22http://rediff.ly/ogiim

The Reserve Bank on Friday projected retail inflation to be in 5-5.2 per cent range during the first half of the next fiscal year, expecting further softening of vegetables prices in near term. Also, it has lowered the retail inflation forecast for the current January-March quarter of 2020-21 fiscal at 5.2 per cent. The Reserve Bank (RBI) has kept the key policy rate unchanged at 4 per cent, with an accommodative stance, so as to ensure that inflation remains well within the target, Governor Shaktikanta Das said while announcing the last monetary policy of 2020-21.

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RBI projects retail inflation in 5-5.2% range for H1 FY22
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RBI allows retail investors to enter G-sec market, opens borrowing tap for govt

RBI allows retail investors to enter G-sec market, opens borrowing tap for govthttp://rediff.ly/ogh32

In a major move aimed at encouraging small investors to become direct investors in government bonds or stated simply... Read more »»

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RBI allows retail investors to enter G-sec market, opens borrowing tap for govt

RBI allows retail investors to enter G-sec market, opens borrowing tap for govthttp://rediff.ly/ogh32

In a major move aimed at encouraging small investors to become direct investors in government bonds or stated simply to an infinite source of lending to the government, the Reserve Bank on Friday said it will allow them to directly buy government debt, making India the first Asian country to do so and among a handful globally.

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RBI allows retail investors to enter G-sec market, opens borrowing tap for govt
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