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The Reserve Bank of India is under pressure to curb inflation, which is showing no signs of abating. However, it should not go by conventional wisdom and raise interest rates, as such a move would...
According to the Rakesh Mohan Committee the effective cost of small savings schemes vis-à-vis the cost of market borrowings is such that it is difficult to justify its continuation in the present...
Given the vast potential of the primary market to mobilise huge funds, it is imperative that the regulators try to eliminate structural weaknesses and ensure the long-term health of the financial...
The importance of development finance institutions (DFIs) in nurturing and stimulating industrial investment and growth has been largely neglected in recent policy-making. It is easy to argue that...
The increasing vacuum in the rural credit system in the post-reform period, continuing neglect of underdeveloped regions, low levels of credit flow in favour of agriculture, small-scale industries...
In the context of the damage that unmitigated unproductive inflows are inflicting on the domestic liquidity and exchange rate management stances, placing some moderating influence on such inflows may...
. What the CCIL has done with the possession of such massive details of trade Restoration of Normalcy deals is impressive. It has begun to release The outlook for the domestic money and gilt-edged...
The policy reversal on small savings rates has a number of adverse implications. As the Y V Reddy Committee had pointed out, even the benchmarked determination of administered rates of interest on...
Banks have not paid sufficient attention in the post-reform period to the societal goals that they were expected to pursue. For this, at least in part the Reserve Bank must take the blame. Its system...

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