RBI measures to relax liquidity leads to the rise of banks
By Neelima Shankar
Oct 9, 2013
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Banks stocks are ablaze in right on time exchange Tuesday with the BSE Bankex surged above 3 percent. In an amaze move, Raghuram Rajan, Governor Reserve Bank of India (RBI) diminished the negligible standing facility (MSF) rate by 50 bps to simplicity liquidity force. India's biggest loan specialists Punjab National Bank, HDFC Bank, State Bank of India, Bank of Baroda and ICICI Bank encouraged between 2-3 percent. The MSF will reduce short term rates and organizations are prone to get from the business paper (CP) advertise in place of banks.

Rajiv Takru, Banking secretary said the reduction in MSF might have positive effect on the economy. He anticipates that banks will decrease loaning rates by 0.25-2.5 percent. The initiative is part of the adjusted withdrawal of uncommon measures attempted by the Reserve Bank and is pointed at enhancing liquidity in the framework. The RBI's 200 bps expand in the MSF rate in July had tightened transient market liquidity.

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