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18 Nov 2020

Bank deposits surge by Rs 13 trillion, as RBI buys Fx -Nov 20

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Banks have seen deposits surge but are not lending to the economy. This is hurting savers who are getting ultra low rates for their bank deposits.

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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