The recent one percentage point reduction in statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) of banks will have no impact either on the liquidity front or on interest rates but will only harden the bond yield, feel economists.
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The world stock markets, except Japan, ended the week on a positive note. The US stock markets were relatively flat having registered gains of 0.1% during the week. This was the fourth consecutive weekly...
By leaving rates unchanged in its first quarter policy review, the RBI has done well to remain focused on inflation. The reduction in SLR seems to be in anticipation of enhanced government borrowings on account of monsoon failure.
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