Jan 30th 2013
RBI Policy Review 29th January 2013 - What does It mean for liquid and income funds
The months of February and March are typically tight liquidity months for the system. Demand for funds goes up across the system as banks; corporates and the government look to balance their books for the fiscal year end.
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