Falaknaaz Syed
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New Delhi
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Investment options to beat dipping interest rates It’s a hard time for many as interest rates continue to fall.
RBI may try to contain further rise of rupee

Public sector banks have neither been able to grow their loan book nor leverage the massive branch network and retail franchise in 2016-17.

ICICI Prudential Life to take over Sahara Life Insurance ICICI Prudential Life Insurance, India’s largest private life insurer, would take over peer Sahara India Life Insurance Company, headquartered in Lucknow.
SBI, HDFC Bank, BoB cut base rates by 10 bps State Bank of India (SBI) has cut its base rate by 10 basis points to 9 per cent, effective July 1. This will benefit its existing home loan borrowers and corporate customers.
Breached You, like most others, thought your money is safe when in the bank. It could well be a fallacy. Frauds, after all, come in all shapes and sizes.
Rupee slips but experts say no large depreciation likely The rupee’s vulnerability came to the fore after the US Federal Reserve invoked its second rate hike of 2017 despite inflation running well below the target.
SBI slashes rates by 10 bps for home loans above Rs 75L With the central bank cutting the risk weights and provisioning on large ticket home loans, the country’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) on Friday announced a 10 basis points cut in interest
RBI maintains status quo The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept the key policy rates unchanged in its second bi-monthly monetary policy on Wednesday but delivered a pro-growth policy with the tone of the communique being less h
Home loans set to get cheaper as RBI relaxes provisioning In a move that would make large value home loans cheaper, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its second bi-monthly monetary policy cut the risk weights and standard asset provisioning on loans above R
Your EMIs may not fall much The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to hold rates on Wednesday, and borrowers are unlikely to see any major reduction in their equated monthly instalments (EMIs), bankers told Financial Chronicl

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