Jul 23, 2013, 09.30 PM | Source: Reuters
The Reserve Bank of India capped the borrowing limit for an individual dealer under the central bank's daily repo window at 100 percent of net owned funds from July 24.
The cap, part of a series of measures to drain liquidity and prop up a falling rupee, will also apply on reporting Fridays of the two-weekly cycle, when the RBI conducts two repo auctions, it said in a release on Tuesday.
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