ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Money Markets

Money Markets
Key issues of financial stability are touched upon over here. First, the difficulties of defining financial stability as an operational and workable proposition are addressed. Second, the enhanced...
One of the issues that the Committee on Financial Sector Assessment addressed on the infrastructure for the financial sector was regulation. This is of great relevance since one of the reasons for...
There is an implicit tax in the application of the cash reserve ratio and when applied on a uniform basis between banks it is also regressive and discriminatory. The imposition of the CRR results in...
While a considered view needs to be taken on deregulation of all interest rates on small savings, a reform that need not wait and that is simpler to implement is freeing of interest rates on savings...
The current surge in inflation is not receiving the urgent attention that is needed from the government. Alongside a rise in wholesale price inflation, uncertainty and risk have increased. Consumer...
The Reserve Bank of India's recent Report on Trend and Progress of Banking in India, 2008-09 places considerable emphasis on bank lending in the context of the country returning to a higher growth...
The RBI's market operations in the post-reform period appear to have had a three-pronged objective: to maintain an appropriate interest rate regime, to manage the government borrowing programme, and...
The effectiveness of a regulatory architecture in the financial sector can be gauged by three parameters - (1) the framework and mechanisms in place for clearly defined regulatory jurisdictions of...
This is an attempt at uncovering the nuances of India's exchange rate policy as spelt out by the Reserve Bank of India from time to time and discerning the current challenges, based on a brief review...
The market borrowing programme of the government has been hiked to unprecedented levels since September 2008 and it is budgeted to reach gigantic proportions in 2009-10. A preliminary analysis of...
The markets are quick to raise interest rates and curtail lending during the tightening phase of monetary policy, but their reactions are lukewarm in an easing phase. This asymmetric behaviour leads...
An approach to implementing public policies that allows some distance between policy outcomes and public aspirations has prevented the Reserve Bank of India from playing an effective role in the...

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