Slashing benchmark lending rates for the third time this year, the Reserve Bank of India cut its repo rate by 0.25 per cent today and said its future monetary policy stance will be more accommodative. Continue Reading
The six-member Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) headed by RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das today announced reduction of repo rates by 0.25 bps points to 6 per recent in its first bi-monthly monetary policy of 2019-20.
The move is expected to lead to reduction of lending rate by banks leading to lower EMI for housing, car loan and corporate borrowers. Continue Reading
After back-to-back hikes since June, the RBI had kept interest rates unchanged in the previous policy review in October, surprising markets that had expected a rate hike to support the tumbling rupee and combat inflationary pressures from high oil prices. Continue Reading