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RBI shows belief in govt sticking to fiscal discipline: Bankers
Business Standard

RBI has given banks greater leeway to lend: FM

Finance Ministry said that Reserve Bank of India, RBI has given banks greater leeway to lend by reducing Statutory Liquidity Ratio,SLR by 50 Basis Points in its bi-monthly credit policy announced today. News on Air, 1 month ago
Realtors welcome RBI move to improve liquidity into system The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago

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Sify, 1 month ago

RBI: History of the Monetary Policy in India and what happened today

As widely expected, the central bank maintained a status quo on the key policy rates but chose to cut the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) by 50 basis points to 22 percent. The proportion of SLR securities that are allowed to be held-to- maturity by banks have ...
 India Infoline1 month ago Why RBI is right in maintaining status quo  Rediff.com1 month ago RBI expected to hold rates steady  MSN India1 month ago Unanimity on Rajan maintaining status quo; SLR, HTM key  Money Control1 month ago

Investment revival to take a few quarters: India Inc

The central bank’s decision to reduce the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) by 50 basis points will infuse around Rs 40,000 crore surplus liquidity in the system, which India Inc believes will keep liquidity buoyant, help meet industry’s short-term debt ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago SLR cut not intended to make some loans cheaper: RBI Governor  Myiris1 month ago CII welcomes RBI move to cut statutory liquidity ratio  Business Standard1 month ago Hint of liquidity boost in review  The Telegraph1 month ago
Deccan chronicle

Centre, RBI seem in sync

In a surprise move, the Reserve Bank Tuesday cut the Statutory Liquidity Ratio (deposits banks must keep with the RBI in government bonds) by another 0.5 per cent (after the June reduction) to 22 per cent, but kept the repo rate (at which the RBI lends money ...
 Deccan chronicle1 month ago Govt, RBI seem in sync  Asian Age1 month ago
Business Standard

Subir Gokarn: The SLR barrier

Both market development and prudential regulation objectives justify a major reform of the statutory liquidity ratio Subir Gokarn August 10, 2014 Last Updated at 22:50 IST In last week's bi-monthly review of monetary policy, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) ...
 Business Standard1 month ago SBI, BoB seek treatment of gold deposits as part of CRR/SLR  Business Standard2 months ago Treat gold deposits as part of CRR/SLR: Bankers  Business Line2 months ago Treat gold deposits as part of cash reserve ratio: SBI  Rediff.com2 months ago

Letters: Funding hazard

Apropos the Budget proposal for exempting new infrastructure loans by banks from cash reserve ratio and statutory liquidity ratio, it strikes one as puzzling that the government will intrude in what should be a matter for the banking regulator. ...
 Business Standard2 months ago RBI to come out with stringent norms for infra loans  Rediff.com2 months ago RBI pushback on banks' infra loans  Sify2 months ago

RBI to cut down 'pre-emptions' to spur efficiency

A day after he lowered statutory liquidity ratio, the mandatory government bond holding requirements for banks, Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Wednesday RBI is all for reducing ‘pre-emptions’ over a longer horizon for more efficiency in the financial system. "The broader, longer term programme of five years, is that we should reduce the amount of pre-emptions we have in the system including SLR and make a more effective priority sector lending (process," Rajan said ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Rajan vows to make life easy for banks  The Telegraph1 month ago RBI to cut down 'pre-emptions' to spur efficiency  Deccan Herald1 month ago RBI to cut down ?pre-emptions? to spur efficiency  Jagran Post1 month ago

Just why is IDFC riding on relaxed infra lending norms?

Banks will now be exempted from statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) and cash reserve ratio (CRR) requirements for long-term infrastructure bonds. However, it is far fetched to believe that IDFC, when it becomes a bank, will be able to transfer its legacy loans ...
 Money Control2 months ago Union Budget 2014: Reducing worries of investors in Infra, says India Ratings  Money Control2 months ago

Bonds fall, rupee trims gains after RBI policy review

MUMBAI (August) - Bond yields rose on Tuesday after the central bank cut banks' statutory liquidity ratio and their held-to-maturity ratio by half a percentage point each. The RBI kept its key policy repo rate unchanged as widely expected, but warned about ...
 Reuters1 month ago Indian bonds fall, rupee trims gains after RBI policy review  Sify1 month ago Foreign banks allowed to lend in Indian rupees  DNA India2 weeks ago
Jagran Post

Rajan hints at more SLR reductions as fiscal metrics improve

"Steadily, we want to reduce this (Statutory Liquidity Ratio) consistently with the space that the government provides by rectifying its finances," Rajan said at the customary interaction with the media after announcing the third bi-monthly monetary policy ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago RBI will not hold rates high, to cut SLR further: Rajan  Rediff.com1 month ago
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