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Acharya: A strong votary of central banks independence

Acharya: A strong votary of central banks independence

Acharya, who will return to the New York Universitys Stern Business School in August instead of in 2020, felt the RBI has made good progr...Read More

The US dollar weakens, gold becomes more relevant

The US dollar weakens, gold becomes more relevant

Gold is likely to become increasingly relevant in the coming years. Its days of being dismissed as a non-economic asset may be coming to ...Read More

Bhopal: Mini, small & medium enterprises strengthen country’s economy

Bhopal: Mini, small & medium enterprises strengthen country’s economy

Bhopal: Mini, Small and Medium Enterprises co-operation and contact program was organized at ITI auditorium by Bank of India under the ch...Read More

Will be patient on rates, won’t resign: Fed’s Powell

Will be patient on rates, won’t resign: Fed’s Powell

WASHINGTON: US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell tried to reassure financial markets on Friday that rising interest rates are not lo...Read More

PM Modi bats for early setting up of BRICS credit rating agency

PM Modi bats for early setting up of BRICS credit rating agency

Xiamen : Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday strongly pitched for setting up of a BRICS credit rating agency to counter western rating in...Read More

Need mix of fiscal, monetary policies to deal with Brexit: FM

Need mix of fiscal, monetary policies to deal with Brexit: FM

Shanghai: India has underlined the need for a judicious mix of fiscal, monetary and structural policies by major economies to deal with t...Read More

‘World economy may be slipping into 1930s depression problems’

‘World economy may be slipping into 1930s depression problems’

London: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has asked central banks from across the world to define “new rules of the game” as he warned that the...Read More

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Subbarao stresses need for freedom in monetary policy

Remarks come at a time when RBI Dy Governor has come under immense pressure from the government and business community to cut interest rates

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