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WPI Inflation To Average 1.5% This Year: Nomura Report

Inflation based on wholesale prices is expected to moderate further in the months ahead and is expected to average 1.5 per cent this year, says a Nomura report

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NPA Not An Issue, Rate Cuts To Fetch Rs 2.5 Trillion Gains, Says K V Kamath

Seeking to allay fears arising from dud loans pile-up, veteran banker K V Kamath said interest rate cuts will give troubled lenders Rs 2.5 trillion boost through treasury gains that will help the system tide over troubles and also ease pressure on growth capital

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Wholesale Price Inflation Rises 3.57% In September

India's wholesale prices rose at a slower-than-expected pace in September, gaining 3.57 per cent from a year earlier

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RBI's Repo Rate Cut To Help Real Estate Developers

The recent repo rate cut is expected to help real estate sales by reducing bank borrowing cost for home buyers

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Retail Inflation Falls To 4.31% In September, Gives Room To RBI For More Rate Cut

India’s annual consumer price inflation eased more than expected to 4.31 per cent in September, its lowest level in 13 months, helped by smaller rises in food prices

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Inflation Seen Cooling To One-year Low In September, RBI Rate Cut Possible: Poll

Inflation in India is expected to have cooled to a one-year low in September as good monsoon rains kept a lid on food prices, possibly giving more room to the central bank to cut rates again by the end of this year

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Markets Price In More Easing By RBI, See Risk In Policy Shift

The Reserve Bank of India has embarked on a significant but potentially risky shift towards greater tolerance of higher inflation under new governor Urjit Patel, prompting markets to price in another rate cut

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RBI To Continue With Easing; Next Cut In February 2017, Say Analysts

A day after the monetary policy committee debuted with a surprise 0.25 per cent cut in rates, analysts said the Reserve Bank will continue with the accommodative stance but the next action can come only in the February review

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RBI Cheers With Rate Cut

The central bank retains its March 2017 inflation target of 5 per cent with upside risks that have reduced compared with August's five per cent driven by a sharp drop in food inflation

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Expert Views | RBI's Monetary Policy Panel Pares Rates As Patel Takes Stage

India's newly appointed monetary policy committee delivered a surprise 25-basis-point cut in the repo rate to 6.25 per cent on Tuesday as Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel presided over his first policy review since his appointment last month

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New RBI Monetary Policy Panel Cuts Rates At Urjit Patel's First Review

India's newly-minted monetary policy committee delivered a surprise 25-basis-point cut in the repo rate to 6.25 per cent on Tuesday as Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel presided over his first policy review since his appointment last month

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First MPC Meeting Begins; RBI May Opt For Status Quo On Rate

As the newly-constituted Monetary Policy Committee started its first meeting on Monday to fix the benchmark interest rate, experts said RBI may opt for status quo and wait for further easing of inflation

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RBI Likely To Adopt Wait-And-Watch Approach On Tuesday

Some market participants feel the Monetary Policy Committee, which is meeting for the first time, may wait for more sustained signs of moderation in inflation and may go for a rate cut only in the December policy

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Monetary Policy Committee To Meet On October 3-4 To Decide Key Interest Rate

The newly constituted six-member Monetary Policy Committee headed by RBI Governor Urjit Patel will hold its first meeting on October 3 and 4 to decided on key interest rate

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New RBI Governor Urjit Patel And Monetary Policy Panel Face Close Call On Rates

The policy repo rate has stood at 6.50 per cent since April. As inflation is likely to slow on the back of slumping food prices after a good monsoon, most analysts expect the benchmark rate to be cut by 25 basis points this year - which would take it to its lowest since November 2010

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