Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Banking Sector Update: Mid-term review of Monetary Policy 2010-11

Banking

Mid-term review of Monetary Policy 2010-11

·                    RBI hikes both Repo and Reverse Repo by 25bps maintaining the LAF corridor at 100bps

·                    Inflation, capital flows and rising current account deficit continue to remain key risks to the economy

·                    RBI highlights specifically for first time that that the likelihood of further rate actions in the immediate future is relatively low

·                    The increase in risk weights and standard asset provisioning for some home loans more negative for real estate companies than banks and will have very marginal impact

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