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SBI, Icici, HSBC, Consumer price index

Why RBI is set to raise bank rates again

Many believe that the RBI will continue to tighten rates further, raising the repo rate in the event of any shortfall of funds.


 |  5-minute read
Oil Price, Economy, Inflation, RBI

Why RBI increased repo rate

The central bank's move will help curb rising inflation.


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Fiscal deficit, RBI, Repo Rate

Why repo rate cut won't help ordinary Indians like you and me

Lower rates certainly cannot boost the economy but lower bank charges can.


 |  Good News Diary  |  1.67 minutes watch-minute read
Indian Economy, Repo Rate, Monetary Policy, RBI

Tougher times ahead: Key takeaways from RBI monetary policy review

The central bank has warned of a further slowdown in manufacturing sector.


 |  Good News Diary  |  1.07 minutes watch-minute read
Demonetisation, Repo Rate, Monetary Policy, RBI

RBI cuts repo rate: Why central bank is in a spot

With demonetisation and GST, this has been a difficult year for monetary policy committee.


 |  6-minute read
Urjit Patel, RBI, Repo Rate, Sensex

What RBI repo rate cut means for India and Urjit Patel

When it comes to the central bank's communications, nuances do matter.


 |  3-minute read
Repo Rate, Rupee, RBI

Why repo rate cut does not guarantee economic growth

It doesn't necessarily inject fresh liquidity into the system.


 |  8-minute read
Subramanian Swamy, Repo Rate, RBI, Raghuram Rajan

Both fans and critics are wrong about Raghuram Rajan's exit

Focusing purely on his track record for increasing, holding or reducing interest rates is missing the woods for the trees.


 |  1-minute read
Inflation, Repo Rate, RBI, Raghuram Rajan

RBI cuts repo rate by 0.25 per cent. 5 ways it affects you

This is the first rate cut in over six months.


 |  Macro Matters  |  4-minute read
Repo Rate, Inflation, Rate Cut, Union Carbide

Why corporate India is unhappy with RBI rate cut

The industry feels Raghuram Rajan should have accorded growth a higher priority, with deeper interest rate cuts.