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See no pick-up in growth till lending rates come down: Indrani...

ost because of base effects in the last few months. But that has now gone. So, they have gone back to their usual range." In a chat with ET Now, Indranil Sen Gupta, India Chief Economist, BofAML, shares his macroeconomic outlook. Excerpts: ET Now: We will ... Economic Times, 1 week ago

7 reasons G-secs will be a big draw for investors: BoAML

Yields on government securities (G-Secs) are likely to ease and that of a 10-year old G-Sec would come off to 8-8.25 percent by March, says Bank of America Merill Lynch. According to the brokerage firm, supply concern seems to be overdone and is ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago
Business Standard India

Rupee ends flat at 60.82

The rupee ended almost unchanged at 60.82 against the dollar amid thin volumes of trades ahead of the RBI monetary policy next week. The domestic unit opened a tad weaker at 60.85 as angst the previous close of 60.83 per dollar on Friday. It ...
 Hindu Business Line4 weeks ago Rupee trading flat at 60.83  Hindu Business Line4 weeks ago Dollar's rise against euro not to impact rupee much  Business Standard India1 month ago Strong dollar against euro to have lesser impact on rupee  Smart Investor1 month ago
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Times of India

SBI rejigs term deposit rates

MUMBAI: The country's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) has brought down its peak interest rate on domestic term deposits between one and three years to 8.75% from 9% earlier.The bank has also revised upward by 25 basis points rates in ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Business Standard India

Divergent monetary policies positive for India

Inflows from Europe, falling crude oil to come to the rescue if rupee cracks against the dollar Malini Bhupta | Mumbai September 15, 2014 Last Updated at 21:36 IST Two central banks in the developed markets are walking in opposite directions in ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

Rajan Calls on Modi to Seize the Moment and Cut Fuel Subsidies

India must take advantage of the lowest oil prices in a year to free up fuel costs and reduce subsidies that contribute to one of Asia's widest budget deficits, central bank Governor Raghuram Rajan said. Brent crude, a benchmark for more than ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago
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BofA-ML for upgrading india

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Mumbai, 11 September Citing five valid reasons the global investment bank and brokerage Bank of America-Merrill Lunch today made out a strong case for upgrading India's sovereign rating by agencies such as Standard and ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Top 5 reasons why India deserves a rating upgrade: BofA-ML  Economic Times1 month ago Top five reasons why rating agencies should upgrade India outlook: BofA-ML  Economic Times1 month ago Worst definitely over for Indian economy, says BofA-ML  MyIris2 months ago
NDTV Profit

Rating Upgrade Around the Corner for India, Says Bank of America

A strong government, stable currency and signs of faster economic growth mean India is back in favour as an attractive investment destination. India's share markets are already booming with the benchmark Sensex and Nifty hitting a series of record ...
 NDTV Profit1 month ago 5 reasons why India could see a ratings upgrade  Business Standard India1 month ago Five Reasons Why India's Rating May be Upgraded  NDTV Profit1 month ago 5 Reasons why India's Rating May be Upgraded  NDTV Profit1 month ago

RBI to hold Rs 58-62/USD for now: BoA-ML

Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BoA-ML) continues to see US Dollar strength limiting the INR. The INR has steadily depreciated against, say, the same US Dollar of 1.36/Euro with falling import cover. ''One of the core reasons why we never joined ...
 MyIris1 month ago
Business Standard India

Sharp rate cuts by central bank possible from 2015

Sharp rate cuts are in store in 2015, as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)'s commitment to bring down inflation might make room for these, even if the US Federal Reserve starts raising interest rates, experts believe. RBI is committed to bringing ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Sharp rate cuts by RBI possible from 2015  Smart Investor1 month ago
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