Tag: central bank

RBI cuts CRR by 25 bps, leaves repo rate unchanged

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday cut the cash reserve ratio by 25 basis points to 4.50 per cent in its monetary policy review. The decision will infuse Rs 17,000 crore into the banking system. It is good…

Investment in share market-Direct & Indirect Investment Options

Direct & Indirect Investment Option  You can invest in the share market through two ways Direct investment (through its own account) Indirect investment (through the mutual fund and insurance companies) Direct investment is good for the people who know the…

Basel Rules of Banking

Basel is the banking rules agreed by central bankers and regulators from around the world at meeting in BASEL, Switzerland. Basel I –In 1988, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published a set of minimal capital requirements for banks, mainly…

Investment of Money

What do you mean by investment of money? Any source where we put our money to get a better return in the future is called investment of money. These investments give value to our money as if we keep our…

How corporate raises funds from the Market?

When any company needs fund, it raises it through the issuance of shares, debentures, by public placement, bonds etc. Share :- When any company issue its share first time in the market for the public ,it is said to be…

Central Banks, Stock Exchanges, and Credit Rating Agencies

Central bank of different countries: Central Banks play very important role in the development of economy. Main roles of central banks are making monetary policy for the country, lending the government, setting the key rates for the banking sector and…

Monetary Policy of RBI

As India is suffering from stagflation, a situation of the economy when the rate of inflation is greater that the growth rate. So, the central bank of the country i.e. Reserve Bank of India governer Duvvuri Subbarao left interest rate…

Inflation and its effect on economic growth

When the price of goods is increased and the value of money is decreased then it is said to be inflation. A moderate inflation is good for the economy but due to high inflation, purchasing power of the people decreased.…