05 Feb 2016
New Delhi: The Reserve Bank is open to regulatory changes so as to give a boost to investment in infrastructure sector, its Deputy Governor H R Khan said today.
30 Jan 2016
Hyderabad: Some of the corporates have raised unsustainable amount of debt from various sources, including banks and overseas financial institutions, without showing any regard to domestic and global demand situation, RBI Deputy Governor S S Mundra said yesterday.
28 Jan 2016
Mumbai: Even though the fall in oil prices has created some space to ease rates, HSBC yesterday said it expects RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan to maintain status quo in the forthcoming policy review and wait for the fiscal roadmap presented in the Budget.
29 Jan 2016
Mumbai: Raising doubts over the new GDP growth rate methodology, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan yesterday said there is a need for better computation of numbers so as to avoid overlaps and capture the net gains to the economy.
23 Jan 2016
Davos: In his usual plain speak, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan yesterday said companies should not forget society while maximising shareholder value, even as he warned his own tribe of central bankers against becoming quick-fix solutions for plunge in markets.
09 Jan 2016
Mumbai: The government yesterday reappointed Urjit Patel, who headed a committee that paved the way for the proposed monetary policy committee, as the deputy governor of the Reserve Bank for a second three-year term.
22 Jan 2016
Davos: Economic reforms in India are going in the right direction, but the level is 'wrong', RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has said, referring to some of the outdated regulations that are currently in place.
21 Jan 2016
Davos: Seeking to allay concerns over volatility in currency and stock markets, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan yesterday said things would stabilise and emphasised that monetary policies alone cannot change the world.
12 Jan 2016
Mumbai: As RBI chides banks to act tough on bad debts, Governor Raghuram Rajan has asked his colleagues to ensure that the central bank is not seen as mere "paper tiger" and even rich and powerful wrong-doers are not spared.
18 Jan 2016
Melbourne: RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has suggested Australian firms to invest in the lucrative Indian market stating that India's contribution to global growth would get 'bigger and bigger from here'.