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When the RBI needs to curb inflation it hikes the repo rate, while on the other hand when it wants to promote growth, it cuts the interest rate.
SBI Loans To Become Cheaper; Lending Rate Cut By 75 Bps
After the Reserve Bank of India announced emergency repo rate cut of 75bps to 4.4%, the country's leading public sector lender has slashed its repo linked lending rates (RLLR) as well as external benchmark linked lending rate (EBR) by 75 bps. ...
Sbi Loans To Become Cheaper Lending Rate Cut By 75 Bps
No Rate Cut, RBI Announces Some Liquidity Measures
After the US Fed made the emergency rate cut to near-zero level and also announced quantitative easing worth 700 billion for ensuring liquidity in the system to combat recession fears, the RBI in its press conference today did not resort to ...
Interest Rate On Small Savings Schemes To Be Cut For April-June 2020
Small savings schemes are likely to see an interest rate cut for the quarter April-June 2020. Based on the yield on 10-year government bonds, the government revises interest rate on schemes including Public Provident Fund (PPF), National Savings Certificate (NSC), Senior ...
3 Reasons Why Bank FD Rates Will Go Further Down
While the RBI's bi-monthly monetary policy outcome for FY20 delivered on February 6, 2020 maintained key repo rates steady at 5.15%, it took to cutting interest rates in the system through some of the novel measures announced. And even as borrowers ...
Bank Fd Rates To Go Further Down Here S Why
RBI To Keep Key Rates Steady In Its Last MPC Meet Of FY20
Now after Budget 2020 has been presented, all eyes are on RBI's MPC decision for which they have begun their three day meet on February 4, 2020. The apex bank considering the mounting concerns around economic growth and inflation, which for ...
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