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RBI reduces the repo rate to 6 per cent

RBI reduces the repo rate to 6 per cent

MPC in its first bi-monthly monetary policy statement of 2019-20 decided to lower the policy repo rate


RBI Cuts Repo Rate by 25 Basis Points; First Since August  2017

RBI Cuts Repo Rate by 25 Basis Points; First Since August 2017

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) reduced repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.25 per cent on Thursday.


Balanced and positive policy from the market stand point: Fund Managers

Balanced and positive policy from the market stand point: Fund Managers

According to mutual fund managers, the MPC move is good for the debt fund investors


RBI keeps benchmark rates unchanged, cuts inflation forecast sharply

RBI keeps benchmark rates unchanged, cuts inflation forecast sharply

Following the review, the repo rate remains unchanged at 6.5%. The reverse repo rate has been held at 6.25%


RBI MPC’s Decision to Retain Interest Rates: Impact on Real Estate

RBI MPC’s Decision to Retain Interest Rates: Impact on Real Estate

RBI’s move to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.5% was more or less expected, but it is imperative.


Repo Rate Hike Will Impact The Housing Sector

Repo Rate Hike Will Impact The Housing Sector

RBI revises low-cost housing criteria; Homes will become dearer


RBI Raises Repo Rate by 25 Basis Points

RBI Raises Repo Rate by 25 Basis Points

Banks may postpone raising interest rates until August this year


RBI’s Monetary Policy Panel keeps Repo Rate at 6%

RBI’s Monetary Policy Panel keeps Repo Rate at 6%

RBI’s Monetary Policy Panel maintains status quo on interest rate, but raises concern over inflation


Fallout of rate cuts

Fallout of rate cuts

RBI urges banks to pass on interest rate cut benefits to the consumers


RBI cuts repo rate by 25 basis points

RBI cuts repo rate by 25 basis points

In line with expectations, the central bank reduced rates to an all time low since 2010


Home loan rates falling

Home loan rates falling

Home loan interest rates are falling. Here is how to make the most of it.


RBI keeps repo rate unchanged, lowers statutory liquidity ratio

RBI keeps repo rate unchanged, lowers statutory liquidity ratio

RBI maintains a softer tone, experts call it a balanced policy


Coping with risk and return

Coping with risk and return

Risk-return trade-off is all about achieving the balance between lowest possible risk and highest possible return


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