The government today said the Reserve Bank's move to hike policy rates was on expected lines and would help in checking inflation, which has crossed 9% mark.
Rajiv Kumar, Director General, FICCI in an interview with CNBC-TV18 said gave his views on macro economic factors like inflation, IIP numbers, GDP growth and cycle of interest rates hikes by Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
Nitin Rakesh, CEO of Motilal Oswal Asset Management Company in an interview with CNBC-TV18 gave his readings and outlook for the market in the wake of RBI's credit policy.
Robert Prior-Wandesforde, Head of India & South East Asia Economics at Credit Suisse talks about the IIP numbers on CNBC-TV18. He also elaborates on the June 16 credit policy meet and how he sees the RBI moving on interest rates.
Upendra Kamath, chairman of the bank joins CNBC-TV18 to discuss the yearly numbers and give his views on how the company is poised, going forward.
Andrew Holland the CEO of Equities at Ambit Capital in an interview on CNBC-TV18 spoke about his reading of the Indian market on the back of the assembly election results in the country.
Concerns of volatile capital inflows owing to interest rate differential are not as intense in India as other emerging market economies due to the country's large current account deficit, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Duvvuri Subbarao said on Tuesday.
The EU and IMF unveiled a 3-year, 78 billion euro rescue package for Portugal. On the same day, the ECB's Governing Council decided to leave its key interest rate at 1.25%. Perry Mehrling, Senior Advisor of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, in an interview on CNBC-TV18 spoke about what the road looks like for Europe going forward.
US inflation remains well under control, despite the spike in oil prices, but the Federal Reserve stands ready to raise interest rates if price pressures appear to be getting out of hand, top Fed officials said on Wednesday.
The increase in the interest rate offered on savings accounts from 3.5 per cent to 4.0 per cent will pull down the NIMs for banks by around 10 basis points.
Today is a crucial day for the market on the back of the much-debated announcement coming from the RBI stable—the Credit Policy.
The government is risking losing control of inflation, leaving the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) with few tools other than the blunt instrument of more aggressive interest rate increases even as growth momentum slows.
While there are no signs of the boom ending in the auto loan space, questions are arising as to when the higher cost of lending will start to play catch up. Sanjay Chamria, VC & MD of Magma Fincorp Ltd in an interview on CNBC-TV18 said the cost of borrowings has been going up right from August-September onwards.
Domestic market has marked better-than-expected growth on positive cues received by global peers and investor confidence. In an interview on CNBC-TV18, Amit Rathi, managing director of Anand Rathi Financial Services said that despite the market has made a smart move upwards; investors should keep a watch on rising inflation and interest rates.
Leading automobile company Tata Motors today became the first Indian company producing one lakh commercial vehicles in a financial year
Regulators are probing whether a handful of major banks manipulated a global benchmark interest rate to tart up their credit quality, a person familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
The finance ministry today approved higher interest rate of 9.5% to over 4.7 crore depositors with the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) for 2010-11.
UBS on Wednesday joined the growing list of brokerages lowering India's 2011/12 economic growth forecast, paring Asia's third-largest economy's growth to 7.7% from 8%, as interest rate rises and higher oil prices start to bite.
European leaders agreed on Saturday to strengthen the euro zone bailout fund, make its loans cheaper and lower the interest rate on loans extended to Greece, a move to get on top of the year-long debt crisis.
The Bank of England (BoE) kept interest rates at a record low of 0.5% on the view that Britain's economic recovery remains too weak to sustain an inflationary spiral, but investors still expect a hike by mid-year.
The important economy number that comes in tomorrow is the industrial output numbers (IIP) for January. Robert Prior-Wandesforde, Head of India & South East Asia Economics at Credit Suisse, in an interview on CNBC-TV18, gave us his expert opinion on the numbers that he expects.
India still has additional challenges like mounting inflation and fiscal consolidation to deal with besides unpredictable crude prices. Munish Varma, head of global markets at Deutsche Bank India, feels that investors are cautiously optimistic on India as there are concerns about the interest rate cycle.
US oil futures eased from a two-and-a-half year high and the euro stalled on Tuesday, while Asian stocks remained under pressure as investors fretted that higher energy prices would stunt the global economic recovery.
In a bonanza to the farming community, the government today announced loans at interest rate of four per cent -- three per cent less than market rate -- for farmers who pay their dues in time and raised the credit target for farm sector by Rs 1 lakh crore.
European central banks appear to be edging closer to interest rate increases as inflation runs above targets, although fears of stifling fledgling recoveries may yet give policy makers pause.