RBI Monetary Policy Review, Current Account Deficit, GDP growth, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Gold price on April 01, 2014

Tue Apr 01 2014, 19:42 hrs
Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in its first bi-monthly monetary policy statement, left the short-term lending rate, or repo rate, unchanged at 8 per cent and the cash reserve ratio static at 4 per cent. Graph: PTI
Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in its first bi-monthly monetary policy statement, left the short-term lending rate, or repo rate, unchanged at 8 per cent and the cash reserve ratio static at 4 per cent. Graph: PTI
Current account deficit (CAD) expected to come down to 2 per cent of GDP in 2013-14, says Reserve Bank of India. Graph: PTI
Current account deficit (CAD) expected to come down to 2 per cent of GDP in 2013-14, says Reserve Bank of India. Graph: PTI
A survey of potential forecasters done by the RBI revised growth for FY15 to 5.5 per cent from the earlier estimate of 5.6 per cent. Graph: PTI
A survey of potential forecasters done by the RBI revised growth for FY15 to 5.5 per cent from the earlier estimate of 5.6 per cent. Graph: PTI
On inflation, one of the key factors that forced the RBI to keep a tight monetary policy, which in turn affected growth, the document said that the disinflationary path is moving as expected but stressed on the need to be vigilant. Graph: PTI
On inflation, one of the key factors that forced the RBI to keep a tight monetary policy, which in turn affected growth, the document said that the disinflationary path is moving as expected but stressed on the need to be vigilant. Graph: PTI
Retail inflation for industrial workers eased to a two year low of 6.73 per cent in February due to softening of prices of food items. Graph: PTI
Retail inflation for industrial workers eased to a two year low of 6.73 per cent in February due to softening of prices of food items. Graph: PTI
Starting the new fiscal on an upbeat note, key stock market indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty today set fresh all-time highs for the seventh day in succession after the RBI kept key rates unchanged as widely expected. Graph: PTI
Starting the new fiscal on an upbeat note, key stock market indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty today set fresh all-time highs for the seventh day in succession after the RBI kept key rates unchanged as widely expected. Graph: PTI
In a highly volatile trade, IT and oil shares, TCS and RIL in particular, helped the Sensex rise from day's low levels to end the day at fresh closing high of 22,446.44, a rise of 60.17 points or 0.27 per cent from its previous close. Graph: PTI
In a highly volatile trade, IT and oil shares, TCS and RIL in particular, helped the Sensex rise from day's low levels to end the day at fresh closing high of 22,446.44, a rise of 60.17 points or 0.27 per cent from its previous close. Graph: PTI
After opening the day in positive terrain, the key index hit a new record high of 22,485.77 intra-day for the seventh straight day. After the news of RBI monetary policy filtered in, it shed 90 points. Graph: PTI
After opening the day in positive terrain, the key index hit a new record high of 22,485.77 intra-day for the seventh straight day. After the news of RBI monetary policy filtered in, it shed 90 points. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Snapping its two-session surge, gold prices dropped today following heavy offerings by stockists and speculators amidst subdued investment buying. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Snapping its two-session surge, gold prices dropped today following heavy offerings by stockists and speculators amidst subdued investment buying. Graph: PTI
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