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The cash reserve ratio, the proportion of deposits that banks have to hold with the RBI, is a popular instrument to inject cash into the system.
The Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) is left unchanged at 4 percent.
RBI's first bimonthly monetary policy statement left the shortterm lending rate, or repo rate, unchanged at eight per cent and the cash reserve ratio static at four per cent.
The cash reserve ratio, or the portion of deposits banks have to maintain with the central bank, stands unchanged at four per cent.
The RBI also said on Tuesday that banks will need to maintain 99 percent of their daily cash reserve ratio requirements -- the deposits they set aside with the RBI -- against a 70 percent level now.
However, what was not expected was the decision by the Reserve Bank of India to reduce the cash reserve ratio (CRR) -- the share of deposits that banks must keep with the central bank -- by 0.25 per cent to 4 per cent.
The bank also said it will keep the cash reserve ratio of scheduled banks unchanged at 4.75 percent, following last week's 0.75 percentage point reduction that infused $9.6 billion of primary liquidity into the banking system.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) cut the cash reserve ratio (CRR) for commercial banks by 75 basis points to 4.75 per cent - reducing the amount of money they must set aside as deposits and, in effect, allowing them to lend more.
It has kept the cash reserve ratio, or the percentage of deposits that lenders must set aside with the central bank in cash, unchanged at six percent, and banks' statutory liquidity ratio at 24 percent.
In its second move in just a few weeks to drain liquidity from the banking system, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday raised the cash reserve ratio (CRR) by 25 basis points to 8.25 per cent, its highest level in seven years, with effect from May 24.
The committee also retained the Cash Reserve Ratio at 22.5 per cent, Liquidity Ratio at 30 per cent, and the Asymmetric corridor at +200 and -500 basis points around the MPR.