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Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, April 1, 2020
what the centres package to combat corona crisis will do to indias already struggling economy


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 18, 2019
Moody's said within rated banks, HDFC Bank Limited has a higher exposure to the personal loans segment and are thus more vulnerable to the potential rise in asset risk as a result of this development


PTI
September 15, 2019



Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, September 4, 2019
While a section of the market believes the government should slash GST rates on cars from 28% to 18% to revive demand, underwhelming monthly GST collection figures are of little comfort to the government


PTI
September 3, 2019



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 2, 2019
On whether the RBI surplus transfer would help the government compensate for shortfall in tax revenues, Kumar said that efforts would be to raise non-tax revenue through disinvestment and asset monetisation


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, September 2, 2019
The Finance Minister has announced a mini-stimulus package to arrest the economic slowdown. But the economy needs much more than piecemeal solutions


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, September 2, 2019
Big win as Jalan panel says revaluation reserves cannot be touched


PTI
New Delhi, August 31, 2019
'Personally, this is grossly inadequate, the RBI is sitting on a large amount of unproductive capital which it is not using, it is lying in the reserves of foreign banks and giving us barely any returns,' said Goyal


Dipak Mondal
August 30, 2019
Of the Rs 1.76 lakh crore surplus transfer the government has already accounted for in the budget Rs 90,000 crore as surplus transfer from RBI and another Rs 28,000 crore has already been paid as interim dividend to the government in 2018-19


PTI
August 30, 2019



Prosenjit Datta
August 29, 2019
The government cannot stop or slow down spending - the economy is already losing steam with exports, private consumption and private sector investment slowing down


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 29, 2019
The RBI ended the year with an overall surplus of Rs 1.76 lakh crore as against Rs 50,000 crore in the previous year, a growth of 251.97 per cent, which clearly indicated that it has one of the highest levels of financial resilience globally


PTI
August 29, 2019
The Reserve Bank says the ongoing growth deceleration is a \"soft patch mutating into a cyclical downswing\", and has underlined reviving consumption and private investment should be the highest priority for policymakers and government.


PTI
August 29, 2019
The Reserve Bank's contingency fund, useful in fighting any exigency, has plunged to Rs 1.96 lakh crore as of June 30, after the Rs 52,000 crore excess payout to the government, says the central bank's annual report for FY19.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 28, 2019
Based on the recommendation of Bimal Jalan-led committee, the central board of the RBI decided to transfer a sum of Rs 1,76,051 crore to the Government of India comprising of Rs 1,23,414 crore of surplus for the year 2018-19 and Rs 52,637 crore of excess provisions.


BusinessToday.In
August 28, 2019
RBI reserves: The Jalan panel report also said that the RBI's balance sheet should be pretty solid to aid banks if they need recapitalisation during a financial turmoil.


Sahil Joshi
August 28, 2019
The extra revenue this government is getting should be used in infrastructure so that we are investing in the growth and future and making the economy more efficient.


Prasanna Mohanty
New Delhi, August 28, 2019
Indian economy is facing multiple structural issues inhibiting investment - fiscal challenges, falling revenues and demands for industrial products and poor capacity utilisation. Government's plans to infuse Rs 100 lakh crore into infrastructure seems unrealistic for now


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, August 27, 2019
Dumping money in sick state-run enterprises, recapitalising public-sector banks, incentivising exports would not be prudent use of what used to be RBI's rainy day reserves. Instead, these funds can be better used to drive the sole growth engine of Indian economy that is still firing


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