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Week in 5 charts: Sensex, Nifty lost 3% amid rate cut,...

The benchmark indices remaining under pressure throughout the holiday-shortened last week on the back of domestic as well as global cues including the Reserve...

RBI move on expected lines, more rate cuts likely: Experts

The Monetary Policy Committee of Reserve Bank of India on October 4 expectedly slashed repo rate by 25 bps.This is the fifth consecutive rate...

RBI policy: Increased eligibility, lending limits for NBFC-MFI borrowers

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has increased the household income and lending limit for microfinance borrowers in order to boost credit flow to...

‘Have realistic expectations from Budget 2019; fiscal spending to increase’

Budget announcements pertaining to real estate and infra sectors would be appreciated. However, rather than focussing on one event, we expect reform process...

How far will RBI go in 2019? Most experts see 25-100...

Maintaining expectations, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) slashed key rates by 25 bps on June 06 and changed its outlook from neutral...

An interest rate cut of just 25 bps or higher —...

Economic growth has slowed down to a 20-quarter low of 5.8 percent in Q4FY19, and the consumption has remained weak for several months...

A morning walk down Dalal Street: All eyes on MPC meet...

It was a day of consolidation on D-Street on June 4 as the Nifty moved in a 100-point range. But, the good news is...

PSU banks turn top gainers on hopes of repo rate cut,...

PSU banks topped the buying list on June 4 as most experts on the Street expect Monetary Policy Committee to go for a...

‘See significant upside in midcaps given clear election mandate, expected reforms’

We expect a significant upside in this space given the clear election mandate and expected reform announcements. One needs to be stock specific...

MPC may gratify the market with a rate cut on June...

The backdrop of the upcoming Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decision is indeed an interesting one. For starters, globally, things are in a sombre...