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Bonds Rally After RBI Eases Trading Loss Rules

The benchmark 10-year bond yield initially fell to 7.31 percent from its previous close of 7.40 percent, but trimmed some of its fall to trade at 7.33 percent as sentiment was slightly cautious ahead of the Reserve Bank of India's monetary policy due on Thursday

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State-Run Banks Gain As RBI Allows Lenders To Spread Bond Trading Losses

The RBI has also asked banks to set aside profits on sale of their investments in bonds in a reserve from the current fiscal year

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RBI Imposes Rs 59 Cr Fine On ICICI Bank For Violating Securities Sale Norms

"The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has imposed through an order dated March 26, 2018, a monetary penalty of Rs 589 million on ICICI Bank Limited for non-compliance with directions issued on direct sale of securities from its HTM (held-to-maturity) portfolio and specified disclosure in this regard," stated Central Bank

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RBI Imposes USD 9 Million Penalty On ICICI Bank

The penalty is for non-compliance with directions issued by the Reserve Bank of India on direct sale of securities from its HTM portfolio and specified disclosure in this regard, the RBI said in a statement on Thursday

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Vegetable Price Decline Gives RBI Room To Hold Rates

The impact of the crash in prices of vegetables, including onions, tomatoes, cauliflower, cabbages, is expected to last at least until June, which in turn will lead to inflation undershooting RBI's projection of 5.1-5.6 percent for April-September

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India Bonds Lose Their Charm For Foreign Investors

Overseas investors had previously proven remarkably resilient, helping support debt markets at a time when tumbling bond prices had spooked domestic players, with the benchmark 10-year yield up around 110 basis points since the end of July

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LoU Ban Not To Impact Bengal Jewellery Industry

Pankaj Parekh, former national vice-chairman of Gems and Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC), said the instrument was used by some jewellers primarily for imports, but there was hardly any import component for Bengal jewellery manufacturers

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India's October-December Current Account Deficit Widens Sharply On Higher Imports

India's trade deficit widened to $44.1 billion from $33.3 billion a year ago while the balance of payments posted a surplus of $9.4 billion in the October-December period, compared with a deficit of $1.2 billion a year ago, helped by a stronger capital account

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Government Had No Outstanding Loans From RBI In March 9 Week

State governments had 60.63 billion rupees loans from the RBI in the week ended March 9, compared with 2.16 billion rupees in the previous week, the release showed

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Nifty, Sensex Fall As RBI Minutes Show Inflation Concerns Linger

"The minutes of the RBI meeting suggest RBI is still concerned about inflation ... all these have weakened sentiment further," said Neeraj Dewan, director, Quantum Securities

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Sensex Sheds 144 Pts In Late Sell-Off; Bank Stocks Sink

The Reserve Bank of India abolished half a dozen existing loan-restructuring mechanisms and instead provided for a strict 180-day timeline for banks to agree on a resolution plan in case of a default or else refer the account for bankruptcy

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RBI Expected To Keep Rates On Hold - For Now

Inflation is expected to accelerate after the government's budget last week widened its fiscal deficit target for the fiscal year starting in April to help finance a sharp increase in spending in the rural areas and on healthcare

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Bonds Slump After RBI Deputy Warns Of Banks' High-Interest Rate Risks

At 0646 GMT, the benchmark 10-year bond yield was at 7.56 percent, up 12 basis points on the day and the highest since March 16, 2016

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India’s November Retail Inflation Breaches RBI’s 4 Percent Target

Analysts said inflation was likely to remain above 4 percent in 2018, dashing hopes for any rate cut. “The scope for any rate cut this fiscal (year) is completely ruled out,” said Sunil Sinha

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RBI Holds Rates, Eyes Inflation And Rebounding Growth

RBI left its policy stance "neutral" while slightly softening its language on inflation by saying risks were "evenly balanced". Many analysts believe the RBI will keep rates on hold in coming months, including at its next policy meeting in February, as it watches inflation trends

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