While the market is unanimous about interest rate easing it appears to be divided on its timing, says Suresh Prabhu, Money Market Analyst.
Chairman of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council, C Rangarajan, tells CNBC-TV18 that the best option the RBI has to ensure liquidity in the system is via open market operations (OMOs).
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MV Nair, chairman and managing director, Union Bank in an interview to CNBC-TV18 said, it has decided to pass on the 10 basis point rate cut to its customers.
Private sector lender Yes Bank said on Thursday it raised savings deposit rates to 7% from 6% for domestic customers with immediate effect.
Anand Tandon, chief executive officer at JRG Securities tells CNBC-TV18 that he does see value emerging out of the financial space in India.
Partho Mukherjee, president-treasury & international banking, Axis Bank tells CNBC-TV18 that the Indian currency can recover to stronger levels than the Rs 52 per dollar, going ahead.
Godrej group chairman Adi Godrej says he is disappointed that the Reserve Bank of India didn't cut key interest rates in its mid-quarter monetary policy review on Friday.
CNBC-TV18 catches up with Chaitanya Pande, head of fixed income at ICICI Prudential AMC and Shobhit Mehrotra, senior fund manager and head of credit, HDFC AMC to discuss the scenario at the markets and get their expectations of the RBI move going ahead.
Shubhada Rao, chief economist at YES Bank says RBI is unlikely to rush into rate cuts looking at the IIP numbers. "However, instead of May 2012, RBI may start cutting rates in March," she says.
DVSSV Prasad, managing director of PNB Gilts spoke to CNBC-TV18 about the effect of the hikein FII limit in government securities and corporate bonds on the company financials and the way ahead for BNP Gilts.
In the current high interest rate environment, one data point that investors should analyze while looking at the fundamentals of a company is the interest coverage multiple.
CNBC-TV18 catches up with Shyam Shrinivasan, managing director and chief executive officer of Federal bank to get his perspective of business after RBI hiked limit on NRI deposits by 100 bps.
Aditya Puri, managing director and chief executive officer of HDFC Bank speaks to CNBC-TV18 about a whole range of topics such as lending to power, infra and MFIs, interest rate peaking and Basel III. Check it out!
Ramit Bhasin, managing director and head of markets, RBS comes across as a harbinger of hope. He says that Indian market might decouple from global worries in the next 12 months.
Shailesh Kanani, senior research analyst at Angel Broking joins CNBC-TV18 to discuss the outlook of infrastructure stocks going ahead.
Over-optimistic forecasts by policymakers predicting when India's stubbornly high inflation would ease have hurt the government's credibility, although price rises should moderate by the end of the fiscal year in March, a senior adviser said on Sunday.
The interest rate for home loans has been going through the roof for the last couple of quarters. At the same time, CPI inflation is stubbornly at double digit.
CNBC-TV18's Latha Venkatesh interviews the man of the moment, D Subbarao to talk about inflation, interest rates and India's growth outlook.
Not only has RBI hinted at rate hike cycle peaking out after this 25 basis point, it has also moved to deregulate savings rate. While this is revolutionary in action, banks could see their cost of funds going up and they might have to take a beating on margins.
Vibhav Kapoor of IL&FS joins CNBC-TV18 to give his outlook of the market. Check out what he has to say!
K Ramanathan of ING Investment Management joins CNBC-TV18 to opine on the way forward for the market. He says that a 25 basis point hike is well in the price and a rate hike seems on the cards though any indication might not come in the speech tomorrow.
Sudhir Agarwal, chief executive officer of the company tells CNBC-TV18 that he is not worried about the weak cash flows that his balancesheet for Q2 reflects, since the company has been gaining from strength-to-strength over the past couple of quarters. In fact, he expects his company to turnover in the next two-three quarters.
Atul Kumar Rai, chief executive officer and managing director of IFCI said the company’s net interest margins have been under pressure recently.
Managing director and chief executive officer of Motilal Oswal AMC, Nitin Rakesh believes that the market is waiting for RBI commentary for further cues, adding that a pause in rate tightening will be a positive trigger.