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Good morning so the RBI New rates effective 29.10.2013 are :BTXtODVCQAALUaw

*Bank Rate:8.75%
*Repo Rate:7.75%
*Reverse Repo Rate:6.75%
*MSF Rate:8.75%
*Cash Reserve Ratio:4%
*SLR:23%

Well those are the rates where the governor Raghuram Rajan in his first “real” policy, increased the repo rate by 0.25% to 7.75% and cut the MSF rate by 0.25% to 8.75%. Reverse repo goes to 6.75%.

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Yesterday RBI said:813530
reduce the marginal standing facility (MSF) rate by 75 basis points from 10.25 per cent to 9.5 per cent with immediate effect;
– reduce the minimum daily maintenance of the cash reserve ratio (CRR) from 99 per cent of the requirement to 95 per cent effective from the fortnight beginning September 21, 2013, while keeping the CRR unchanged at 4.0 per cent; and
– increase the policy repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) by 25 basis points from 7.25 per cent to 7.5 per cent with immediate effect.

You did not understand that? Neither did I.  Continue reading

In one of the speech by Jeremy Stein a Federal Reserve Governor brought on board just last year,received a lot of attention for its imagessuggestion that monetary tools might be used in addressing credit market-overheating. That is an interesting argument, but I don’t want to deal with that today. Rather, I want to look at Stein’s comments on collateral transformation:

Collateral transformation is best explained with an example.

Imagine an insurance company that wants to engage in a derivatives transaction. To do so, it is required to post collateral with a clearinghouse, and, because the clearinghouse has high standards, the collateral mustbe “pristine”–that is, it has to be in the form of Treasury securities. Continue reading

The recent speech by Jeremy Stein a Federal Reserve Governor brought on board just last year,received a lot of  http://wp.me/pc3rd-1gkattention for its suggestion that monetary tools might be used in addressing credit market-overheating. That is an interesting argument, but I don’t want to deal with that today. Rather, I want to look at Stein’s comments on collateral transformation:

Collateral transformation is best explained with an example.

Imagine an insurance company that wants to engage in a derivatives transaction. To do so, it is required to post collateral with a clearinghouse, and, because the clearinghouse has high standards, the collateral must Continue reading

When RBI announced the Credit policy yesterday On the basis of an assessment of the current macroeconomic situation, it has been decided to:

1. keep the cash reserve ratio (CRR) of scheduled banks unchanged at 4.75 per cent of their net demand and time liabilities; and
2. keep the policy repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) unchanged at 8.0 per cent.
Consequently, the reverse repo rate under the LAF will remain unchanged at 7.0 per cent, and the marginal standing facility (MSF) Continue reading

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