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RBI expected to pause in February policy review
Business Standard

RBI expected to pause in February policy review

tral bank to pause during the February 2015 monetary policy review, while maintaining a dovish tone, and resume cutting the repo rate by a further 50 basis points (bps) after the presentation of the Union Budget. The Budget for 2015-16 assumes substantial ... Business Standard, 19 hours ago
The Nation Pakistan

Interest rates remaining unchanged

The Bank of Botswana's monetary policy committee is unlikely to cut interest rates when it meets at the end of the month despite inflation falling to the lowest rate in 42 years, analysts believe. ...
 Mmegi Online5 days ago SBP cuts interest rate by 1 percent  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Policy rate cut by 100 basis points to 8.5 percent  Business Recorder1 day ago Falling oil prices prompt SBP to cut rates by 100 points to 8.5 percent  Daily Times1 day ago
Malta Independent Daily

Key indices trim gains

With global markets awaiting the outcome of a crucial monetary policy review from the European Central Bank (ECB) later in the global day, key equity benchmark indices in India trimmed intraday gains in mid-afternoon trade. The market breadth indicating the ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Euro tumbles broadly after ECB launches massive bond purchase program: Jan 23, 2015  FXStreet.com3 days ago Money Market Report for the week ending 16 January  Malta Independent Daily4 days ago INSIGHT-How Draghi got divided ECB to say "yes" to money-printing  CNBC1 hour ago

Inflation, factory output data warrant monetary easing in 2015

Raghuram Rajan during the last monetary policy review in December 2014 kept interest rate unchanged, saying that a shift in stance is 'premature'. NEW DELHI: Both inflation and factory output data reinforce the case for monetary easing this year and the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Switching Your Home Loan Lender? Things to Know

Although the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) did not cut interest rates in its last monetary policy review, banks have already started dropping deposit rates for the tenure of one year. This is an indication that lending rate cuts will also follow soon. If you ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago RBI may grant licences for payment banks by April  Rediff.com1 month ago Looking forward to structural changes by GoI for domestic economy: KPMG India  India Infoline1 month ago Dalal Street hopes its RBI guess is right  Rediff.com1 month ago

RBI to cut rates in Feb, defend rupee at 62-63/$ range, says Bank of America

New Delhi: The Reserve Bank is likely to cut rates by 0.25 percent in February's monetary policy review as its target of six percent inflation by January 2016 is likely to be met, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has said. "In our view, inflation is well set to ...
 First Post.com1 month ago RBI may cut policy rates by 0.25% in February: Bank of America  Business Standard1 month ago RBI may cut policy rates by 0.25 per cent in February: Bank of America  Asian Age1 month ago BofAML sees 0.25% rate cut in Feb  Rediff.com1 month ago
The Hindu

Experts see no change in rates

The Reserve Bank is likely to keep key policy rates unchanged in the upcoming monetary policy review next week and may cut rate only next year, analysts at ratings agencies and brokerages said on Thursday. Governor Raghuram Rajan will unveil the fifth ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Analysts see Raghuram Rajan holding rates on December 2  The Hindu1 month ago Analysts see Rajan holding rates on Dec 2  Business Standard1 month ago
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Effective Monetary Policy in a Low Interest Rate Environment

The Henry Thornton Lecture, Cass Business School, London Last December, the Federal Reserve's Open Market Committee reduced its target for the federal funds rate to a range of 0 to .25 percent. The policy rates of some other central banks are also ...
 Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis4 days ago Unchanged repo rates: Mixed reaction from financial markets  The Hindu1 month ago Markets start pricing in early 2015 rate cut; rally to continue  Economic Times1 month ago Markets Weekahead - Markets focus on RBI policy review; rate cut to boost  Business Standard1 month ago

Timeline Changes to cash reserve ratio since 1992

The Reserve Bank of India held interest rates steady as widely expected at a policy review on Tuesday and said it could ease monetary policy early next year provided inflationary pressures do not reappear and the government controls the fiscal deficit ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Benchmark 10-year bond yield at 16-1/2 month low post RBI policy  Economic Times1 month ago RBI leaves rates on hold, says could ease early 2015  Reuters1 month ago RBI leaves rates on hold, may cut early next 2015  Rediff.com1 month ago
Money Today

Tuesday preferred day for Rajan's policy reviews

Kumar Dipankar New Delhi Last Updated: December 1, 2014 | 00:00 IST RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan It may be sheer coincidence that all monetary policy reviews by RBI Governor Raghuram Govind Rajan this fiscal have taken place on Tuesdays and this would be the ...
 Money Today1 month ago Rajan's tryst with Tuesdays: Preferred day for policy reviews  Business Standard1 month ago Arun Jaitley to meet RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan for cutting interest rate  IndiaTV News1 month ago Raghuram Rajan's tryst with Tuesdays  Rediff.com1 month ago
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