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Demonetisation: Why it's not a bad idea to bring old Rs 500 note out of retirement
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Rathin Roy: RBI as uncertain as the rest of us

The monetary policy committee of the Reserve Bank of India has left the repo rate unchanged at 6.25% Business Standard, 57 minutes ago
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Issued Notes Worth Rs 4.27 Lakh Crore Post-Demonetisation: RBI

Mumbai : The Reserve Bank of India on Thursday said currency notesworth over Rs 4.27 lakh crore have been issued to publicthrough banks and ATMs following the demonetisation of oldhigh value bills. The central bank also said that it "will shortly" ...
 NDTV Profit28 minutes ago RBI pump in Rs 4 lakh crore, gets back Rs 11.5 lakh crore in its kitty  Economic Times15 hours ago Demonetisation dividend: Bank deposits rise to Rs 105.18 lakh crore  Financial Express17 hours ago CM Fadnavis to meet Arun Jaitley, demand withdrawal of money deposit ban on DCCBs  Indian Express22 hours ago
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BRIEF-RBI says sovereign gold bonds issued on Nov. 17 eligible for trading from Dec. 9

Dec 8 (Reuters) - The Reserve Bank of India: * Sovereign Gold Bonds(SGBS), issued on November 17, 2016, held in dematerialised form shall be eligible for trading from December 9 * Source text: (
 Reuters Africa6 hours ago Gold Bonds Issued On November 17 Eligible For Trading From Friday  NDTV Profit2 hours ago Tradability of SGB Scheme 2016 -17- Series III  Foreign Affairs.co.nz4 hours ago
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No special dividend for govt via demonetization, says Urjit Patel

The Reserve Bank of India has refuted allegations of an extraordinary dividend accrued to the government from the ongoing currency swap exercise. While holding press conference on Wednesday after the second meeting of the Monetary Policy ...
 CFO India11 hours ago When RBI's Urjit Patel banked on words during demonetisation  Economic Times14 hours ago Demonetisation well-planned, not done in haste: Urjit Patel  Economic Times15 hours ago No gain from undeposited notes  DNA India16 hours ago
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Financial Express

RBI no-change stance prudent ; demonetisation carries no medium term damage potential: Nomura's Sonal Verma

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) left the cash reserve ratio unchanged at 4%, as expected, and announced that the incremental CRR of 100% will stand withdrawn from December 10. (Reuters) In a surprise move, the monetary policy committee (MPC) voted ...
 Financial Express17 hours ago RBI lifts incremental CRR burden on banks starting Dec 10  Financial Express17 hours ago RBI to withdraw temporary CRR hike  Reuters India1 day ago RBI says to withdraw temporary cash reserve ratio hike  Yahoo! India1 day ago
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India Outflow: Deutsche Bank Says You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

by and Nupur Acharya December 7, 2016 — 10:37 PM EST December 7, 2016 — 11:54 PM EST If you thought November was ugly, brace yourself for even more outflows from Indian assets in December, according to Deutsche Bank AG. The most ...
 Bloomberg13 hours ago Indian Outflows: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet, Says Deutsche Bank  La Repubblica14 hours ago Deutsche says brace for more outflows in Dec  Economic Times6 hours ago
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Coming soon: 3,000 point-of-sale machines

The Haryana Government has signed an agreement with the State Bank of India (SBI) for promotion of digital transactions in the state. Under this, customers would be provided with the facility of making their payments towards government dues through ...
 Chandigarh Tribune22 hours ago SBI surges on inking pact with Haryana Government for promotion of digital transactions  Finalaya.com9 hours ago Haryana signs MoU with SBI for promoting digital transactions  Moneycontrol.com15 hours ago

Loan rates begin to fall despite RBI status quo

MUMBAI: State-owned Canara Bank has taken the lead in reducing lending rates, even though the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) decided not to lower policy rates on Wednesday. The bank has cut its one-year marginal cost of fund based lending rate (MCLR) ...
 Economic Times10 hours ago Canara Bank cuts lending rates, others to follow  Economic Times11 hours ago
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BSNL expects to roll out mobile wallet with SBI next week

State-run telecom firm BSNL has partnered with State Bank of India to launch a mobile wallet across four states likely by next week and across India by end of this month. We expect to launch mobile wallet with SBI by next week across four states ...
 New Delhi Pioneer23 hours ago BSNL partners with SBI to launch mobile wallet services in four states  ETCIO.com12 hours ago BSNL and SBI to rollout mobile wallet service across India by end-December  Tele.net.in5 hours ago BSNL Expects To Rollout Mobile Wallet With SBI Next Week  Communications Today11 hours ago

RBI allows eKYC to use OTP for account opening

MUMBAI: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has amended its know your customer (KYC) rules to allow banks to open new accounts using one time pins (OTPs) on mobile phones. This is likely to quicken the process of opening bank accounts. In a notification ...
 Economic Times3 hours ago
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