ICICI Securities Limited
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|2021-01-25||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||ICICI Securities Limited|
|2021-01-18||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Nirmal Bang Institutional||Economy Update|
Nirmal Bang Institutional
Budget 2021 will aim for a booster dose for growth We expect Budget 2021 to provide a booster dose for growth by focusing on government spending on infrastructure, rural and healthcare. The thrust on rural spending is expected to prevail, as full-fledged urban recovery will be tied to the end of the pandemic, which is most likely to occur only in 2HFY22. Urban infrastructure and housing will receive due thrust to support urban job creation. The micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector has been hard hit by the pandemic. Therefore, we expect further incentives to ease the stress and boost credit flow. Incentives to support the real estate and hospitality sectors are also likely. The...
|2021-01-14||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Edelweiss||Economy Update|
|2021-01-12||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Nirmal Bang Institutional||Sector Update|
Nirmal Bang Institutional
The asset quality improvement seen in 1HFY21 should be viewed in light of the regulatory dispensation provided by the RBI. The underlying factors indicate general deterioration in asset quality in the ensuing quarters. Large advances in SMA-0 category have registered a substantial jump. Under the baseline scenario, the GNPA ratio is expected to deteriorate to 13.5% by Sept'21. Given the expected increase in GNPAs, the capital positions are also expected to deteriorate. Though banks are well placed from a regulatory capital standpoint on aggregate basis, few individual banks could see capital falling below minimum levels under a severe stress scenario. In light of this, the RBI has continued to push banks to raise capital and strengthen their balance sheets. Despite the recent recovery, the RBI sees downside risks to growth, particularly emanating from...
|2021-01-03||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Edelweiss||Economy Update|
|2020-12-04||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Karvy||Economy Update|
Future action to hinge on inflation:We believe that future course of policy action hinges on inflation trajectory.RBI looks to be waiting in wings to cut policy rates once the inflation starts easing. While theRBI was upbeat about the economic recovery despite a GDP
|2020-12-04||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Way2Wealth||Economy Update|
MPC kept the policy repo rate unchanged at 4.0%. MPC unanimously voted for keeping the policy repo rate unchanged and continued with an accommodative stance as long it is necessary-at least during the current financial year and into the next financial year. This is to revive growth and mitigate the impact of Covid-19 on the economy, while ensuring that inflation remains within the target. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) had unanimously voted against rate cut in Oct'20 policy. The post Covid-19 repo rate cut now stands at 115 bps and the reverse repo is down 155 bps. Growth The RBI reiterated that said that the rural economy looks resilient while urban demand is also gaining momentum. In...
|2020-12-04||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||ICICI Securities Limited||Economy Update|
ICICI Securities Limited
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) maintained its repo rate at 4.0%, reverse repo rate at 3.35% and MSF at 4.25%. MPC members voted unanimously on status quo and kept the policy stance unchanged at accommodative' as long as necessary at least during the current financial year and into the next financial year to revive growth on a durable basis and mitigate the impact of Covid-19 on the economy while ensuring that inflation remains...
|2020-12-01||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Edelweiss||Economy Update|
|2020-11-27||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||CD Equisearch||Economy Update|
|2020-11-02||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Edelweiss||Economy Update|
|2020-10-10||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Ventura||Economy Update|
|2020-10-09||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Axis Direct||Economy Update|
On expected lines, RBI continued with pause in rate cuts and accommodative stance in its October 2020 policy. Even as inflation risks remain prevalent, the policy has kept growth revival in mind, by focusing on easing liquidity for lenders.
|2020-10-09||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Edelweiss||Economy Update|
|2020-10-09||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||ICICI Securities Limited||Economy Update|
|2020-10-09||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Way2Wealth|
|2020-10-06||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Edelweiss||Economy Update|
|2020-09-30||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||BOB Capital Markets Ltd.|
BOB Capital Markets Ltd.
As per latest RBI data, the weighted average lending rate (WALR) on fresh rupee loans sanctioned by scheduled commercial banks (SCB) declined 18bps MoM to ~8.4% in August, driven by a ~30bps fall in rates at private banks.
|2020-09-29||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||BOB Capital Markets Ltd.|
|2020-09-29||RBI and Finance Mini.. +||Nirmal Bang Institutional||Economy Update|