Falaknaaz Syed
Assistant Editor
New Delhi
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Looking beyond the volatility

Ajit Ranade, chief economist at Aditya Birla Group says the rupee was over valued according to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and “needed to fall a bit”. Hence, some depreciation was expected.

Meltdown

Flashback 2013, India was at the forefront of the broader sell-off when the US Federal Reserve was tapering Quantitative Easing (QE) purchases.

Multiple GDP revisions confuse: RBI economists

India’s multiple revisions of gross domestic product growth estimates confuse data us­ers about the true state of the economy particularly, the real strength of the growth momentum acco­rding to re

Experts see yields falling by 10-15 bps

The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) move to allow foreign investors to invest in shorter tenure bonds is likely to bring down the yields on them when the market opens after a long weekend on Wednesda

Analysts rush to lower rupee forecasts; seen at 68 in short-term

The rupee remains under pressure. Consistent fund outflows amid rising oil prices saw the domestic currency falling to a fresh 14-month low on Wednesday.

RBI denies cash crunch, ramps up printing of notes

Amid reports of cash cru­n­ch and empty automated tel­ler machines (ATM) in several states, the Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday de­nied that there is a curre­ncy shortage.

Bond yields dip as RBI cuts inflation forecast

India’s 10 year bond yield fell 17 paise to touch a near four-month low as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in a surprise move, cut its inflation guidance for 2018-19, taking the bond market by sur

RBI bullish on growth, dovish on inflation

As widely expected, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its first bi-monthly monetary policy review for 2018-19 retained the policy rates and maintained a neut

Rupee pushed down by global monetary uncertainty & high CAD

The rupee ended flat at 65.21 against the US dollar on Wednesday ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s policy meet outcome to be announced late evening.

Rates on small savings schemes likely to go up in April

If you are planning to invest in any of the post office savings schemes offered by the Department of Posts, it would be wise to wait for a few weeks as the government is likely to raise the interes

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