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Arun Jaitley, Raghuram Rajan to Attend IMF-World Bank Meet Tomorrow

FM Jaitley leaves for US today to attend IMF-World Bank meet

Pic Courtesy: - Zee Media BUreauNew Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is leaving for the US Tuesday night to attend the IMF-World Bank Spring meetings in Washington. RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan and other senior officials of the Finance Ministry ..., 4 days ago
Jaitley leaves for US tmrw to attend IMF-WB meet Press Trust of India, 4 days ago

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FM unveils IFSC regulations in Gandhinagar

Top bureaucrats and officials from the Finance Ministry, Reserve Bank of India, SEBI and IRDA were in attendance at the event.
 Money Control1 week ago An eight-point agenda for RBI  Livemint.com5 days ago An 8-point agenda for RBI  MSN News US5 days ago RBI policy decision: Unless banks listen to Rajan, industrial growth is at risk  Firstpost.com1 week ago
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ICAI red-flags auditor selection process at PSU banks

Has conveyed its concerns on the issue to the Finance Ministry and the Reserve Bank of India Press Trust of India | New Delhi April 6, 2015 Last Updated at 00:41 IST Raising concerns, the chartered accountants’ apex body Institute of Chartered ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Minister backs convertibility  Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago

Thou shalt keep inflation below 6%: RBI agrees to govt target

The finance ministry and the Reserve Bank of India have agreed to targets in the fight against retail inflation, with the central bank committing itself to lower the rate below six per cent by January 2016 and further to around four per cent by March next ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago Inflation targeting will stabilise the economy  Rediff.com1 month ago Inflation will guide rate cuts, says RBI  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago What made consumer inflation rise in January  Rediff.com2 months ago

Tata plan to buy out DOCOMO hits a wall

Finance ministry’s opposition prompts RBI to deny request for higher valuation of shares The Reserve Bank of India has denied a request by Tata Sons to acquire Japanese telecom giant NTT DOCOMO’s stake in Tata Teleservices Ltd at a price higher than the current fair value of TTSL shares. RBI’s denial followed the finance ministry opposing the proposal, on the grounds that it would set a wrong precedent for all such transactions. A statement by Tata Sons (the holding company of ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago RBI says no to our proposal to buy back Docomo stake: Tata Sons  Jagran Post3 weeks ago RBI rejects Tata offer for DoCoMo's Teleservices stake  Times of India3 weeks ago No way out? RBI turns down Tata's offer to buy out DoCoMo in telecom JV  First Post.com3 weeks ago

Monetary policy to now target inflation, to be 6% by Jan 2016

The finance ministry and the Reserve Bank have agreed to inflation rate targeting under which the apex bank will aim to lower retail inflation to 6 per cent by January 2016 and further to around 4 per cent by March next year. The monetary policy framework ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Bank of Japan board keeps policy steady, shoots down dissent  Investing.com1 week ago RBI to fix inflation target - finance secretary  Business Standard1 month ago Centre, RBI finalise monetary policy agreement; inflation to be six percent by January next year  Jagran Post1 month ago

Two policymakers see case for RBI rate cut - report

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Two key officials in the Finance Ministry said the case for easing of interest rates by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had strengthened with inflation slowing and the focus staying on fiscal consolidation, the Economic Times reported on ...
 Reuters1 month ago

MoF says labour bank can be operated under BAFIA

KATHMANDU : Ministry of Finance (MoF) has expressed its reservations regarding the need for a separate Act to establish labour bank, as proposed by Ministry of Labour and Employment (MoLE). MoF has said such an institution can be operated under the existing ...
 Himalayan times2 weeks ago

Finance ministry lauds rate cuts, nudges rating agencies

The finance ministry welcomed the interest rate cuts announced by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Wednesday and said it was a vote of confidence on the steps taken by the government on fiscal consolidation and will lower the cost of loans for people at ...
 Prokerala1 month ago FIIs may pull out $5-6 billion if US hikes rate  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Govt to enact law to provide Mudra Bank statutory mandate

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (centre) with finance minister Arun Jaitley, MoS for finance Jayant Sinha and RBI governor Raghuram Rajan during the launch of Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, in New Delhi. Photo: PTI New Delhi: The government will enact ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago NBFC-MFIs should stay under RBI ambit  Livemint.com1 day ago Monthly Finance Review (March 2015, No.500) : Policy Research Institute  Ministry of Finance Japan1 day ago Expanded board meeting of the Ministry of Finance  Noodls3 days ago
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