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The repurchase rate and reserve repurchase rate have also been maintained at 7.5 percent and 6.5 percent respectively while the cash reserve ratio and the statutory liquidity ratio have been left untouched at 4 percent and 21.5 percent.
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept the benchmark repurchase rate at 7.75 per cent, but cut the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) -- the amount of funds that lenders must set aside -- by 50 basis points to 21.5 per cent of deposits from February 7, a move that will help banks to increase lending.
Investment in T-bills and Zero Coupon Bonds are seen in many developing economies as levers to managing the statutory liquidity ratio of the banks as well.
However, he reduced the statutory liquidity ratio, or SLR, by 50 bps to 22.5% of banks' net demand and time liabilities.
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.
He said by maintaining status quo on cash reserve ratio and statutory liquidity ratio the central bank has taken a more sophisticated approach, since there would be a natural tightening of credit after auction of spectrum for third generation telecom services.
Since development bankers did not have to maintain statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) or cash-credit ratio (CRR), their cost of money was lesser.
In its latest credit policy, the central bank has signalled "the first phase of exit from monetary accommodation with a 1 percentage point increase in the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR, a measure of mandatory bank investments in government bonds) to 25 per cent of a bank's deposits.
The financing has already been declared statutory liquidity ratio eligible by the government and the SBP.
The financing will be declared statutory liquidity ratio eligible by the government and the SBP.
The RBI has also decided to reduce Statutory Liquidity Ratio or portion of funds banks have to mandatorily park in government securities from existing 19.5 percent to 18 percent in six quarterly instalments beginning January 2019.The MPC has, however, retained its stance of 'calibrated tightening'.
As part of the prudential guidelines, these MFI players will have to maintain a minimum cash reserve ratio (CRR), invest a quarter of their deposits in government securities under statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) and also lend 75 per cent of their resources to the priority sector.
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