26 Apr 2016
Mumbai: With concerns being raised about cash-burn in burgeoning e-commerce sector, RBI Raghuram Rajan yesterday made it clear that getting revenues through deep discounting is not a viable business model for startups.
25 Apr 2016
New Delhi: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, currently in the eye of the storm over his 'one-eyed is king among blind' remark, may be the most powerful person at the Central Bank, but he does not appear to be the top-paid one!
20 Apr 2016
Pune: Warning against being "euphoric" about India being the fastest-growing economy, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today sought to contextualise his "one-eyed king" remarks about India's growth and said the country has a long way to go before it claims to have arrived.
19 Apr 2016
New York: RBI is closely watching inflation data as well as monsoon rain forecasts for deciding on further interest rate cuts and the monetary policy still remains in the "accommodative mode", Governor Raghuram Rajan has said.
11 Apr 2016
Mumbai: Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan today cautioned the public against any fictitious e-mails in his or the central bank's name demanding money, and asked people not to fall prey to such frauds.
15 Apr 2016
Washington: Reserve Bank may further lower the interest rate if inflation continues to ease and the monsoon turns out to be good, Governor Raghuram Rajan has said.
06 Apr 2016
New Delhi: A day after the Reserve Bank cut policy rate by 0.25 percent, Deputy Governor SS Mundra today expressed hope that transmission of lower interest rate through banks will be more effective this time.
05 Apr 2016
Mumbai: RBI today said the ongoing Assembly poll in five states is one of the reasons for a spike in cash in people's hands and it is studying the matter thoroughly.
05 Apr 2016
Mumbai: Stating that borrowing rates will come down further, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today said the 0.25 per cent rate cut should be looked in conjunction with the new loan pricing method that has already resulted in lending rates coming down by up to 0.50 per cent.
05 Apr 2016
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank today cut the key interest rate by 0.25 percent and introduced a host of measures to smoothen liquidity supply so that banks can lend to the productive sectors and indicated accommodative stance going ahead.