Statement on Developmental and Regulatory Policies

Statement on Developmental and Regulatory Policies sets out various developmental and regulatory policy measures on (i) liquidity management and support to targeted sectors; (ii) regulation and supervision; (iii) debt management; (iv) payment and settlement systems; (v) financial Inclusion; and (vi) external commercial borrowings.

Monetary Policy Review dt. 7th April 2021

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) met on 5th, 6th and 7th April, 2021 and deliberated on current and evolving macroeconomic and financial developments, both domestic and global. The MPC voted unanimously to leave the policy repo rate unchanged at 4 per cent. It also unanimously decided to continue with the accommodative stance as long as necessary to sustain growth on a durable basis and continue to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on the economy, while ensuring that inflation remains within the target going forward. The marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the bank rate remain unchanged at 4.25 per cent. The reverse repo rate stands unchanged at 3.35 per cent.

Understanding New Umbrella Entity (NUE)

To address the ‘risk concentration’ of only one platform and offer consumers more options, the RBI in 2020 invited private companies to bid for a license to set up a new platform.
• NUE (New Umbrella Entity), a digital platform which will be for-profit and be allowed to charge fees for online transactions, unlike the existing system
• The new entity or entities will be able to earn interest from the float that customers maintain in their online shopping accounts

RBI releases Report on Currency and Finance (RCF) for the year 2020-21

The Report on Currency and Finance (RCF) for the year 2020-21 was released by the RBI on 26th February 2021. First published in 1937, the RCF adopted a theme-based approach from 1998-99. After a hiatus between 2014 and 2019, the Report has been revived with this release. The theme of the Report is “Reviewing the Monetary Policy Framework” which assumes topical relevance in the context of the review of the inflation target by March 2021,

RBI Bulletin – March 2021

The Reserve Bank of India today released the March 2021 issue of its monthly Bulletin. The Bulletin includes one Speech, four Articles and Current Statistics.
The four articles are: I. State of the Economy; II. Unconventional Monetary Policy in Times of COVID-19; III. Union Budget 2021-22: An Assessment; and IV. Q2:2020-21 Estimates of Household Financial Savings and Household Debt-GDP Ratio.

RRB PO & SBI PO results are out…

RRB PO and SBI PO results are declared and several candidate who have taken mock interview with Rakesh Khare in Mahendra Education pvt ltd are declared successful with strike rate of 69.56 %

RBI Bulletin February 2021 – State of the Economy;Sectoral Deployment of Bank Credit in India: Assessing the Future Path of Monetary Policy from Overnight Indexed Swap (OIS) Rates; India’s Banking Sector through the Lens of PBR

The Reserve Bank of India today released the February 2021 issue of its monthly Bulletin. The Bulletin includes Monetary Policy Statement, 2020-21: Resolution of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) February 3-5, 2021, one Speech, four Articles and Current Statistics.

The four articles are: I. State of the Economy; II. Sectoral Deployment of Bank Credit in India: Recent Developments; III. Assessing the Future Path of Monetary Policy from Overnight Indexed Swap (OIS) Rates; IV. Do Markets Know More? India’s Banking Sector through the Lens of PBR.

Statement on Developmental and Regulatory Policies

Statement on Developmental and Regulatory Policies sets out various developmental and regulatory policy measures on (i) liquidity management and support to targeted sectors; (ii) regulation and supervision (iii) deepening financial markets; (iv) upgrading payment and settlement systems and (v) consumer protection.

Monetary Policy Statement, 2020-21 Resolution of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) February 3-5, 2021

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) met on 3rd, 4th and 5th February, 2021 and deliberated on current and evolving macroeconomic and financial developments, both domestic and global. The MPC voted unanimously to leave the policy repo rate unchanged at 4 per cent. It also unanimously decided to continue with the accommodative stance of monetary policy as long as necessary – at least through the current financial year and into the next year – to revive growth on a durable basis and mitigate the impact of COVID-19, while ensuring that inflation remains within the target going forward. The Marginal Standing Facility (MSF) rate and the Bank rate remain unchanged at 4.25 per cent. The reverse repo rate stands unchanged at 3.35 per cent.