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8th February 2019 Part-1: Daily News Analysis (in Hindi)
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RBI cuts Repo rate

Jatin Verma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Jatin Verma
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Sir I think you have a confusion. In repo rate the RBI lends money to banks to meet their short term financial needs. This is done under Repurchase Agreement where banks sell their securities so later they have to buy back those securities at a price set in advance. Here bank's securities are used as collateral. Govt securities are used in MSF (Marginal Standing Facility) where overnight funding is needed by banks and govt securities become collateral. In MSF banks are allowed to use the securities that come under SLR ( Statutory Liquidity Ratio) for availing loans and that's why MSF is 1% more than repo rate. These come under few differences between Repo rate and MSF.
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  3. want fo be start it th Important News Articles Page 1: MoD protested against PMO undermining Rafale negotiations 2. Page 1: RBl cuts rates to spur growth 3. Page 1&7: Only 50% of PAN linked to Aadhaar ph reve 4. Page 2: Rajasthan rolls out farm loan waiver 5. Page 3: Naveen unveils statue of Guru Padmasambhava 6. Page 5: Kerala to get country's 2nd longest rail tunnel 7. Page 7: Medical journals' publisher under fire 8. Page 7: NGOs call for funds to eliminate TB 9. Page 10: It's 55 months of service vs 55 years, says PM 10. Page 10: MPs stall Rajya Sabha yet again over roster row 11. Page 10: Issues not discussed in Cabinet: Kharge pe ar nk h and t stay 12. Page 11: Flying Fortress 13. Page 11: Scheduling issues likely to stall Netanyahu's India trip 14. Page 11: Rohingya issue dominates India-Bangladesh discussions es that


  4. want fo be start but th 15. Page 11: Taxpayers, MPs, MLAs can't avail farm income support 16. Page 13: Das to meet bank CEOs to discuss passing on rate cut to customers 17. Page 13: 'No proposal to modify February 12 circular' 18. Page 13: Debt MFs may benefit from relaxed FPI norms ph reve 19. Page 14: Govt. forms panel on regional transport planes EDITORIAL 1. Page 8: Governing India's many spaces 2. Page 8: The road to peace runs through Tehran 3. Page 8: Growth prop 4, Page 9: Will the?6,000 farmer payout help? 5. Page 9: Irking the Dragon ink h cause ferent pu kand stay


  5. want te be starti Page 13 Business: RBI cuts rates to spur growth The Reserve Bank of India (RBD cut the policy repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.25% in a bid to revive economic growth as it projected retail inflation to remain below its target of 4% for the next 12 months. The rate reduction was the first since August 2017. The RBI also simultaneously changed the stance of the policy to 'neutral' from 'calibrated at th re tightening', which indicates that the central bank remains ready to move in either direction lebased on incoming data * The move will enable banks to lower their lending rates While all six members ofthe monetary policy committee voted in favour of a change in the stance, the vote for a rate reduction saw two members breaking with the majority view by backing the status quo. While some market participants had factored in a rate cut, there was near unanimity that the RBI would shift its stance given the softening inflation . pe ar nk h . Interestingly, this is the first time since the MPC was set up in October 2016 that the Governor and the Deputy Governor voted differently. While RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das backed a rate cut, Deputy Governor Viral Acharya voted to stand pat. Mr. Das observed that the acceleration in consumer price inflation in December was the locke and t stay . slowest in 18 months


  6. ane.ranted to show the boss wht cE s bnat th Page 13 Business: RBI cuts rates to spur growth Stepping on the gas y hav pho reve he g layer In his maiden monetary policy review, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das announced a surprise 25 bps lending rate cut - The rate cut follows tempered expectation on inflation Stance of policy changed to 'neutral' from 'calibrated tightening or us hink h cause h erent CPI inflation This is the first time since October 2016, when the Monetary Policy Committee was born, that a Governor and Deputy Governor have voted differently expected at 2.8% in Q4 of FY19, 3.2.3.4% in H1 a pur rk and of FY20 and 3.9% in Q3 of FY20


  7. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th In the past, lenders have not lowered rates in tandem with the regulator The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor will soon meet chief executives of public sector banks to discuss, among other things, the issue of monetary policy transmission. This follows the central bank lowering the interest rates for the first time in one-and-a-half years y hav phe eg Banks have always been reluctant to reduce interest rates whenever there is a rate cut by the RBI "Whenever there is policy rate reduction, it would be RBI's expectation that monetary transmission does takes place. Banks' role "But we have to keep in mind that fixing the rate of the interest is a function of the bank. We will be having an interaction in the next fortnight or so with the CEO and MDs of all banks where we will discuss these issues. Banks have been increasing lending rates since March 2018. While the RBI has proposed that banks should move to an external benchmark for loan pricing from April 1, lenders have been opposing the move saying their funding costs were not linked to the external benchmarks proposed by the regulator. slay or us hink h cause l erent a pur rk and t sta


  8. anted to show the boss whatcE s bnat th Page 13 Business: Debt MFs mav benefit from relaxed FPI norms The Reserve Bank of India has relaxed the provision that barred foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) from having more than 20% exposure of their total corporate bond portfolio towards a single corporate entity war y hav phe The relaxation comes nearly 10 months after the cap was first put in place in April last year reve wherein it was mandated that FPI investment in a bond issue could not have more than 50% he p of the issue, while capping single corporate exposure of overseas investors at 20%. While the provision was aimed at incentivising FPIs to maintain a portfolio of assets, further market feedback indicates that FPIs have been constrained by this stipulation. slay or us hink h In order to encourage a wider spectrum of investors to access the Indian corporate debt erent market, it is now proposed to withdraw this provision Market participants have welcomed the relaxation and believe that not only FPIs but debt a pu mutual funds would also benefit from the move. rk and


  9. anted to show the boss whatcE "Thanks to the regulator, the short end of the curve will see greater participation from FPIs now across both corporate bonds as well as G-secs," said Gautam Kalia, head investment products, Sharekhan. "This should translate to greater liquidity in the debt market and is overall good news for the debt mutual fund investors who have earned s bnat th y hav phe lower than expected returns and have been plagued with downgrades and negative news he flow on securities held by some debt mutual fund schemes. With greater scope of reve layer participation by FPls and higher liquidity, mutual funds can better cater to the needs of the retail investor now," he added or us hink h cause h erent a pu rk and


  10. More contours to the policy Apart from repo rate cut, the Reserve Bank of India has announced a host of regulatory changes that may benefit the economy Circular to be issued shortly working group has been set up to review issues in agricultural reve such as regional disparity ECB for bidders under IBC: Bidders to be permitted under the also the issue of deepening RBI Governor Shaktika Das (centre), along Code to raise funds through agricultural borrowings for repaying existing lenders. Guidelines in on on the issue has been given by the National Federation of Urban operations. Move will cover 99% of NBFCs organisation for UCBs Umbrella organisation likely to be set up for urban cooperative banks. Apart from extending Liquidity and capital support to its member UCBs, it can also set up information 2 crore will be defined as bulk Cooperative Banks and Credit Societies Ltd., which will be taken up Guidelines expected Collateral-free farm loan limit hiked: Banks have been mandated to by the RBI shortly Harmonisation of NBFC banks involved in at enhancing extend collateral-free agricultural loans up to asset finance, loan and 21.6 lakh as compared nvestment companies, to 1 lakh now. The infrastructure for shared use. It can also he now been brought move will enhance offer fund management under a single category coverage of small and and other consultancyto provide NBFCS services. A proposal marginal farmers in the formal credit system. greater flexibility in


  11. Page 13 Business: 'No proposal to modify February 12 circular': RBl Governor Budget? How concerned is the MPC over fiscal slippage? The impact of various budget proposals and other developments have been factored p into our projections. The possibility of fiscal slippage has been discussed. he g . The government has said 3.4% fiscal deficit this year and 3.4% next year. 9 come out from PCA r/.. We have watched the performance of the three banks and analysed in detail. We also 0


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