Rates on deposits and loans to increase by banks
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Nov 6, 2013
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Private segment moneylender HDFC Bank Ltd, India's most profitable bank, has expanded its base rate—or least giving rate—by 20 basis points indicates 10%.

This is according to the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) 25 basis points raise in repurchase or repo rate on 29 October in its second quarter audit of fiscal arrangement. The new base rate of HDFC Bank undertook 2 November. It is also no surprise if very soon the other banks will raise the base rates

The last time HDFC Bank raised its build rate was in light of 3 August—by 20 premises indicates 9.8%. This was carried out in the wake of RBI's liquidity tightening measures in mid-July. The Indian national bank raised the MSF rate by 200 supports indicates 10.25% to make fleeting cash unreasonable and stamp out money theorists from the business sector. It likewise topped banks' access.

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