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Jul 24, 2014 at 17:19 | Source: PTI
Reserve Bank is scheduled to announce its bi-monthly monetary policy on August 3. It is largely believed that RBI is going to keep interest rate intact as there is pressure on inflation due to deficient rainfall in the country.
Jul 21, 2014 at 22:09 | Source: PTI
"Both the companies' boards have not considered it and at the appropriate time if it is necessary and beneficial to both share-holders, if it is a win-win, then we will look at it," he said, addressing company share-holders at the annual general meeting.
Jul 19, 2014 at 14:42 | Source: CNBC-TV18
The RBI's decision to permit banks to sell 7-year bonds on which they dont have to keep reserves could well create a new and robust market for them.
Jul 16, 2014 at 21:24 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Home loans upto Rs 50 lakhs in 6 metros and home loans upto Rs 40 lakhs in non-metros will qualify as affordable housing.
Jul 16, 2014 at 20:54 | Source: PTI
To encourage infrastructure development and affordable housing, RBI today exempted long term bonds from mandatory regulatory norms like CRR and SLR if the money raised is used for funding of such projects.
Jul 16, 2014 at 13:16 | Source: CNBC-TV18
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 and qualify for such exemption.
Jul 16, 2014 at 11:47 | Source: CNBC-TV18
RBI's new norms on long-term bond issues by banks will benefit infra companies and affordable-housing projects raise long-term funds at a reasonable cost.
Jul 16, 2014 at 11:01 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
The central bank has also redefined the definition of affordable housing projects and widened its ambit. Home loans to individuals up to Rs 50 lakh (for houses of value up to Rs 65 lakh) in six metros and loans up to Rs 40 lakh (home value Rs 50 lakh) in other centres will be considered as affordable housing.
Jul 16, 2014 at 10:50 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Mistry said the average tenure of HDFCs loans to housing projects was 5-5.5 years. So there was no need really for HDFC to raise 7 year money
Jul 16, 2014 at 09:52 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Kotak Securities feels that interest rates will move lower to 9.25 percent for ticket sizes of upto Rs 50 lakh and cost of funding for developers will also come down. "It is a huge encouragement for the housing sector. It will help more money come into the system," says Keki Mistry, HDFC, CEO.
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of securing shareholders’ approval for this purpose. There has been fresh proposals from the bankers to consider the gold deposits held by banks should be treated as part of the mandatory cash reserve ratio (CRR) or statutory liquidity ratio (SLR). We also expect favourable announcements in the upcoming

11.46 AM Jun 30th

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Should gold deposits be treated as part of CRR/SLR?

4.51 PM Jun 28th

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Should gold deposits be treated as part of CRR/SLR?

4.51 PM Jun 28th

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whatsupji, its CAR (Capital Adequecy Ratio), not CRR as mentioned in your example. diluting equity is different from somebody selling some stake and others picking up. for banks fresh capital means more borrowing power (7-8 times). for banks cash is the raw material. for page, cotton is the raw

4.33 PM Jun 25th

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You cant` rule out L&T nayak`s plan. They must have been convinced that with RBI instructions regarding Priority sector,SME and rural banking Nayak must have been convinced that it is better to be a NBFC than bank as NBFC CRR is not there and rural business rules are not applicable. Still I wont

10.17 AM Jun 15th

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Source:Economic Times - MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India on Thursday increased the cash reserve ratio (CRR) for non-scheduled urban co-operative banks (UCBs) by 100 basis points to 4%. One basis point is equal to onehundredth of a percentage. This increase will come into effect from July 12

3.49 PM Jun 6th

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Source:Economic Times - By: Nirmal Jain, Chairman IIFL Group On the face of it, there is not much in the Reserve Bank of India`s credit policy that should enthuse corporates or markets. The repo rate and cash reserve ratio ( CRR) have been left unchanged at 8% and 4%, respectively, as was widely

11.02 AM Jun 4th

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should reduced crr by 200 baisas as rbi n not ours , indicators or parameters of inflation showed some ease . well we will see aggressive action from rbi side once government is stable after or post budget . mr jaitlwy will sure shot ease burdens of emi n facilate new loaners n loanees

2.38 PM Jun 3rd

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sector banks and nothing else. Instead they could have reduced the CRR, an interest free deposit of banks with RBI, to increase lending. When the Gsec`s are giving 8.5 to 8.75% return, why anybody look towards the lending especially when the gross NPAs are around 5%. It is just eye wash.

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RBI keeps rates on hold, cuts SLR by 50 bps The RBI has left the repo rate unchange at 8%. CRR also remains unchanged at 4%.

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