Open Market Operation

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The Economic Times  Apr 26  Comment 
The securities, which will be bought by the central bank from markets, include six bonds maturing in the range of four to 17 years.
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 11  Comment 
The Reserve Bank in its latest monetary policy signalled it was moving to easier money policies. It hinted at keeping domestic liquidity in ‘neutral’ rather than ‘deficit’ mode. This came as a surpris...
The Times of India  Feb 26  Comment 
To ease the current liquidity crunch which could also help in lowering yields, the RBI on Thursday announced it will infuse up to Rs 12,000 crore into the market through open market operations (OMOs) on March 3.
The Economic Times  Feb 2  Comment 
I have estimated that the RBI needs to inject about $30 billion of permanent liquidity this year. However, the central bank, so far, has injected only $8.5 billion.
newratings.com  Jul 22  Comment 
BEIJING (dpa-AFX) - China's central bank on Tuesday refrained from absorbing liquidity ahead of several initial public offerings. The People's Bank of China suspended the operation as it will again increase money market rates and strain...
The Hindu Business Line  May 28  Comment 
The Reserve Bank of India is looking at conducting open market operations (OMO) after assessing the Government's cash balance, according to Deputy Governor, H.R. Khan. "We will asse...
The Hindu Business Line  May 3  Comment 
Eminent economist and Chairman of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council C. Rangarajan seems to believe the cash reserve ratio may have outlived its utility. CRR is the impounding...
The Economic Times  Feb 6  Comment 
The CRR which is coming in 18,000 crores is essentially coming in because there is a permanent liquidity shortage or structural liquidity shortage.
The Hindu Business Line  May 11  Comment 
The response to Friday's open market operations suggests that the RBI can use it as an option to address liquidity pressure, said the RBI Deputy Governor, Dr Subir Gokarn. ...




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Open Market Operations are actions taken by the Federal Reserve to attempt to control or otherwise influence some aspect of the economy. Open market operations generally refer to the operations by the central bank that either increase or decrease the money supply. This is most commonly done through the re-purchase, or sale of government securities or other financial instruments. Other targets like exchange rates and interest rates are used to help guide open market operations.

Open market operations can be used by the central bank to help control macroeconomic trends like inflation, or by a currency board to attempt to maintain a fixed exchange rate between two currencies.

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