RBI Policy

Feb 3rd 2015

SLR cut – Question of Borrowing Absorption Arises – Expect Long Bond Yields to rise in Near Term, INR to stay stable and Sensex, Nifty to be volatile.

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RBI did not cut the repo rate as expected in its policy review today (3rd February 2015) but instead cut the SLR (Statutory Liquidity Ratio) by 50bps to enable banks to lend to the economy.

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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