Lending rate increased by SBI
By Joseph Samson
Nov 7, 2013
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Effective November 6, State Bank of India has increased the base rate from .20 percent to 10 percent. Seeing this move, even other banks will be following it shortly. The minimum rate is the base rate, below this particular rate, the banks are not allowed to lend.

The nation's biggest bank has additionally declared that its benchmark prime rate of lending might likewise go up by 0.20 percent to 14.75 percent. The Equated monthly installments (EMI) will go up for home borrowers due to the revised hike of the base rate, further crushing their disposable salary during an era when family units are battling with high expansion.

On October 29, As per the hike in lending rate as decided by the Reserve Bank of India, SBI has turned into the second extensive bank to bring its premium rates up HDFC Bank, on 2 November, had already raised the minimum rate of lending, or the base rate, by 0.20 percent to 10 percent.

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