RATE CUT

  • Inflation is still a concern: RBI governor Subbarao October 30, 2012

    The RBI left interest rates unchanged on Tuesday but cut the cash reserve ratio for banks and indicated it may ease monetary policy further in the JanuaryMarch quarter, although inflation remains a nearterm concern. While the decision to leave the policy repo rate unchanged at 8.00 per cent. As inflation eases further,...
  • RBI credit policy: 'Big rate cut unlikely' October 30, 2012

    All eyes are on the Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday as it reviews its credit policy. It is up against stubborn inflation. Will we see a cut in interest rates? CNBCTV18's banking editor Lata Venketesh tells us what to expect. ...
  • High inflation must have influenced RBI's decision: Pranab June 18, 2012

    The Reserve Bank of India on Monday kept the repo rate and the cash reserve ratio unchanged at 8.0 per cent and 4.75 per cent respectively, dashing market hopes of a 25 basis point cut. ...
  • 'RBI may not cut rates just as yet' June 12, 2012

    CNBCTV18 Banking Editor Latha Venkatesh said that despite high inflation and a falling rupee, the Reserve Bank of India may not cut rates just as yet. ...
  • Repo rate cut will be passed on to consumers: Banks April 18, 2012

    Latha Venkatesh, Banking Editor, CNBCTV18 said consumers will most definitely benefit from RBI's rate cuts. ...
  • Rates should go down further: HDFC's chief economist April 17, 2012

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday cut the repo rate by 50 basis points from 8.5 per cent to 8.0 per cent. ...
  • CNNIBN Banking Editor on repo rate cut's impact October 20, 2008

    CNNIBN Banking Editor Latha Venkatesh explains the impact of the repo rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India. "For the moment the kind of steps they have taken looks a pretty much of very good starting point. What actually happened was the system the banking system economy ran out of...
  • Wall Street investors hope for another interest rate cut January 31, 2008

    Chicago: Investors on Wall Street are hoping for another interests rate cut. They say with the housing market in serious trouble and concerns about the overall economy swirling, a cut is needed. Some financial analysts are predicting a halfpoint reduction. ...