Cash Reserve Ratio

The Times of India  Dec 23  Comment 
Definition of Cash Reserve Ratio
The Times of India  Apr 7  Comment 
Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) is the stipulated minimum percentage of the total deposit base of a bank that it has to maintain with the central bank to meet any unforeseen large customer withdrawals.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 9  Comment 
The current session of the Kerala Assembly will take up the issue for discussion soon
The Times of India  Jul 5  Comment 
RBI is likely to cut the cash reserve ratio by 0.25 per cent in its bid to revive growth, but the continuing rupee volatility may prevent it from cutting short-term lending rate at its first quarter policy review, a report said.     
Reuters  May 1  Comment 
The Reserve Bank of India may sweeten its expected 25 basis point interest rate cut on Friday with a similar reduction in the cash reserve ratio to ease tight market liquidity conditions as increasingly benign inflation gives it room to manoeuvre.
Reuters  Oct 30  Comment 
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) left interest rates unchanged but cut the cash reserve ratio for banks and indicated that it may ease monetary policy further in the January-March quarter, although inflation remains a near-term concern.
Benzinga  Sep 17  Comment 
The Reserve Bank of India lowered its cash reserve ratio. RBI slashed cash reserve ratio by 25 basis points to 4.5%, effective September 22. (c) 2012 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 6  Comment 
The country needs to move towards a situation where the cash reserve ratio comes down and is used only in extraordinary conditions, said C. Rangarajan, Chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the P...
The Hindu Business Line  Aug 23  Comment 
State Bank of India Chairman Pratip Chaudhuri has suggested phasing out cash reserve ratio (CRR) as it pushes up the cost of funds for industry. CRR is the portion of deposits banks must keep with...
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 17  Comment 
A combination of repo rate and CRR cuts will help banks pass on the benefits to the end-consumers, which could catapult growth.


Cash Reserve Ratio  :- This is a bank regulation by which banks need to have minimum percentage of customer deposits and notes in liquid format to meet the withdrawal demands from customers. bestcashloans

This ratio is different in different countries :-


United State 10% India 5.5% China 16.5%

Reference : Various bank sites.

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