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RBI may cut key debt ratio for lenders in next fiscal year

Feb 02 2013, 16:58 IST
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Reserve Bank of India is considering cutting the held-to-maturity (HTM) ratio for lenders starting in April. (Reuters) Reserve Bank of India is considering cutting the held-to-maturity (HTM) ratio for lenders starting in April. (Reuters)
SummaryReserve Bank of India is considering cutting the held-to-maturity (HTM) ratio for lenders starting in April.

in February and March, the last two months of the current fiscal year, and was watching government spending.

"As things pan out we will see and if it is becoming a pattern we will do OMOs in addition to CRR," Khan said referring to reduced government spending.

"There could be OMOs in the next 2 months," he added.

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