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RBI Monetary Policy review News
RBI Monetary Policy review
RBI Monetary Policy Review Meet: Here is what may happen - Experts predict this
Sun, Mar 28, 2021
The RBI is slated to announce its first bi-monthly monetary policy of the 2021-22 fiscal on April 7, 2021 after a three-day meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) headed by RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das.
Gudi Padwa 2019 effect: Realtors expect rise in home sales, discounts to encourage buyers
Tue, Apr 02, 2019
Property sales tend to spike up during festivals like Gudi Padwa and builders align various offers, schemes and discounts with them to encourage this brief phenomenon.
RBI monetary policy review: Central bank hawkish, but no hike yet, says HDFC Bank report
Tue, Apr 03, 2018
"There are global factors that the RBI needs to watch out for, and perhaps act during phases of extreme volatility. Rupee movement in 2018 is likely to be marginal in our view but it’s important to keep a tad of exchange rate risks in an environment of tightening monetary policies globally and rising concerns of a full blown trade-war. Therefore, a status-quo for the major part of the year is the most likely scenario for the RBI. The rate hike could happen in the last quarter of FY19," said the HDFC Bank treasury research report.
Monetary policy: Five key things RBI said
Wed, Aug 02, 2017
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its bi-monthly monetary policy review slashed repo rate and reverse repo rate by 25 basis points. The central bank projects inflation to be in range of 2-3.5% in H1FY18 and 3.5-4.5% in H2FY18
Nifty crosses 10,100-mark ahead of RBI policy review
Wed, Aug 02, 2017
The banking stocks will be in focus ahead of Reserve Bank of India (RBI)'s bi-monthly monetary policy meet which will be held today afternoon.
4 factors that RBI's MPC will keep in mind for today's monetary policy
Wed, Feb 08, 2017
The government had given time till December 31 to deposit the old currencies in banks and RBI.