RBI REPO RATE CUT ANALYSIS
RBI policy post-mortem: Liquidity is okay; what about risk aversion?
This is how economists and market analsysts reacted to RBI's move to slash repo rates.
Rs 1 lakh crore repos to help better monetary transmission: RBI
The RBI has cumulatively cut the repo rate by 135 basis since Feb 2019 to a n...
How edgy HNIs missed the credit risk opportunity
Franklin Templeton fiasco resulted in increased risk aversion in the fixed income market.
Analysis: A cut again, but a watchful one
The stance was voted 5:1 in favour of “neutral” with one voting for “dovish” stance.
Bond investors seek clarity on future rate cuts & fiscal math
Yield on the 10-year bond has risen to 6.61 per cent from the mid-July low of 6.33 per cent.
RBI makes its intentions clear with rate hike; Key takeaways
The RBI in its August policy slightly trimmed inflation foecast for ongoing quarter to 4.6%.
We knew growth will be very slow but 5% came as a surprise: Shaktikanta Das, RBI
PMI numbers were better and that was throwing up conflicting signals.
Market worried over fiscal i math, repo-bond yield spread widens
The RBI purchased Rs 3,31,100 crore net of government bonds in 2018-19 through OMOs.
As RBI's MPC goes into huddle, here's why it should hike rate
MPC may raise the repo rate by a total of 25-50 bps in the last three quarters of FY2019.
With 7.45 lakh followers, RBI most popular among central banks on Twitter
With the microblogging site emerging as a key platform for information dissemination, many central banks are active on Twitter, especially in these times of economic uncertainties amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Trade setup: No consensus on Nifty direction; 50DMA remains key hurdle
This makes the market more vulnerable on the higher side.
Scope for further rate cut by RBI: Finance ministry
The statement comes ahead of the Reserve Bank's bi- monthly monetary policy decision to be announced on October 4.
RBI begins 2-day policy review; industry, govt want rate cut
The fourth bi-monthly monetary policy statement for 2017 -18, to be released tomorrow, is being keenly awaited by all stakeholders -- especially the industry which has been demanding for lower interest rates.
MPC member Ravindra Dholakia again dissents after a pause
The June round of the Reserve Bank’s survey of households reported a further uptick of 20 basis points in inflation.
Rupee weakening on relapsing macro vulnerability: Will it slow down growth?
It is concerning that the current account deficit (CAD) spiked to 1.9 per cent of GDP in FY18.
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