RBI sticks to its guns: Here’s what market experts have to say
RBI raised inflation forecast to 4.3-4.7% in third and fourth quarters of ongoing financial year.
Lodha to raise $225 million via offshore bonds
JP Morgan is the lone banker for now helping the company raising the money.
Housing finance growth unlikely to be derailed over next 5-10 years: Nitin Jain, Edelweiss
“We are reasonably bullish on the infrastructure s...
Higher CPI, pushes back chances of rate cut by RBI: Rupa Rege, L&T Finance Services
“I do not regard the current IIP prints as reflective of any broad-based growth.”
Enough market liquidity despite 3G spectrum payments: SBI chief
O P Bhatt, the Chairman of the State Bank of India, has said there is sufficient liquidity in the market despite an unexpected cash outflow due to 3G mobile spectrum payments.
FMCG likely to grow 9-10% in 2020: Nielsen
Nielsen said the final tranche of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-Kisan) payments, improved ease of doing business ranking to 63 from 77, expectations of budget tax measures and a steady exchange rate contribute to a stable consumption outlook.
Liquidity will improve in the new financial year: Killol Pandya, Peerless MF
"Rupee appreciation will sustain in the immediate future but down the line, we may see some reversals"
China's central bank pumps in $25 billion to boost liquidity
People's Bank of China pumped 163 billion yuan (about $25 billion) into the financial system in open market operations via medium-term lending facility.
RBI group's views on loan rates not practical enough, say bankers
Lending rates should factor in that credit costs vary with loans and banks, they argue.
What to read into RBI’s money policy review: 5 key takeaways
The benchmark equity indices continued to trade in the green after the RBI decision.
Why gold is less of a haven
Gold prices rose almost 1 per cent on Tuesday morning as part of the risk aversion triggered by yet another brazen North Korean missile launch over Japan.
need2know: 8 macro triggers that may matter for market today
Almost all the currency demonetised in November found its way back into the banking system,
We need the dollar to strengthen so that the rupee weakens: Madan Sabnavis, CARE Ratings
"We have lot of dollars coming into the market and any kind of intervention in the forex market will automatically mean that there will be more currency in the system," said Sabnavis.
Investment limit in corporate bonds likely to hit liquidity, feel funds
Amtek Auto bond defaults may be prompting markets Sebi to consider a 10% cap on individual corporate bonds. But such a measure could well be a drag on liquidity.
RBI says it's comfortable with currency in circulation
Total currency in circulation was Rs 15.41 lakh crore on July 28, according to central bank data, about 86 percent of the amount on November 4 last year.
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