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Changing Landscape for the Unbanked

If you are following what’s happening in the financial inclusion front in India, you would have heard about the Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana (Prime Minister’s People’s Wealth Scheme) 320 more words


Too Early on Monetary Easing, Mr. Rajan?

The headwinds in the global economy are beginning to gather pace as one after one, major events are creating newer anxieties in the market. India is sure to face the effects of these headwinds: falling commodity prices, Greece elections, quantitative easing by European Central Bank and low bond yield rates in Japan and US. 618 more words


Devaluation of Indian Currency

 Devaluation on modern monetary policy is a reduction in the value of a currency with respect to those goods, services or other monetary units for which that currency can be exchanged. 340 more words


Why 2015 will be a game-changer for financial inclusion in India

When it comes to digital finance, India punches below its weight.

The 2014 Intermedia Financial Inclusion Insight (FII) Survey of 45,000 Indian adults found that 0.3% of adults use mobile money, compared to 76% in Kenya, 48% in Tanzania, 43% in Uganda, and 22% in Bangladesh. 811 more words

Display all information about credit cost to borrowers by Banks: RBI

RBI directs via notification No: RBI/2014-15/422 dated 22nd January, 2015 Banks to disclose following Information’s in their website as well as in a key statement/fact sheet to all individual borrower from April 2015. 256 more words


3 Reasons why Gold may make a crisp rally

3 reasons why gold may witness a crisp rally?

Gold is a much talked about asset class due to the various benefits that it offers. 100 more words