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Interest rates: RBI should go easy on monetary tightening

RBI need not worry about the interest rate differential as the real policy rate in India is around (-)1.50% while that in the US is (-)5.3%. Read more »
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RBI may raise key interest rate by 50 bps on global cues

While there is a need for frontloaded policy tightening, the terminal interest rate need not be very high, given the confusing nature of inflation. Read more »
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War on inflation: How interest rate will begin to bite

RBI interest rate hike: Policymakers and central banks around the globe continue to battle inflation amid critical geopolitical situations and look to avoid recession by tightening their monetary policy. Read more »
Fed's aggressive interest rate hikes

Fed effects another massive interest rate hike amid conflicting signals

The Federal Reserve hikes benchmark interest rate by 75 bps for the second consecutive time, but needs to thread cautiously as the US economy is already showing signs to slowing. Read more »
Fed's aggressive interest rate hikes

Post-Covid recovery: RBI monetary policy must address capital depletion in MSMEs

The RBI monetary policy should keep interest rate, future guidance on monetary policy unchanged and ensure smooth credit flow to MSMEs. Read more »
RBI must stop monetary easing

QE and other drugs: RBI must review liquidity enhancing measures

A combination of high inflation and low interest rates has given rise to negative real rates for savers which is not a welcome phenomenon. Read more »
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NBFCs need a lender of last resort; SIDBI and NABARD can do the job

NBFC offer loans to MSMEs and individuals for 24-48 months. They need funds for a similar period in order to maintain a healthy asset-liability match. Read more »
RBI must stop monetary easing

For all reasons: Investing in mutual funds in the times of Covid-19

Investing in SIPs is a rewarding investment for retail investors. Investors should continue to invest in SIPs based on their risk appetite and financial goals. Read more »