Monetary Policy 04
Monetary Policy May 2004-05

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Dr. Rakesh Mohan, Dy. Governor, RBI
In an exclusive interview with Equitymaster and Personalfn, Dr. Rakesh Mohan, Deputy Governor, RBI shared his views on the domestic and global economy. He believes that India could be one of the top performers in the world in terms of GDP growth.

  • Highlights of the monetary policy
  • Where to invest in times of inflation?
  • Monetary Policy: Read Text | Download PDF | Press Release
  • Reactions from the industry leaders

    Mr. Shobhit Mehrotra, Head - Debt, HDFC MF
    In an exclusive interview with Personalfn, Mr. Shobhit Mehrotra shared his views on the monetary policy and what it holds in store for the retail investor.   Read More...

    Mr. Binay Chandgothia, Head - Fixed Income, Principal AMC
    In an exclusive interview with Personalfn, Mr. Binay Chandgothia, head of fixed income at Principal Asset Management Company Private Limited, shared his views on the monetary policy and what it holds in store for the retail investor.   Read More...

    Mr. Shenoy, Chrmn & MD, Bank of Baroda on the Policy
    Mr. Shenoy is the Chairman and Managing Director at Bank of Baroda, one of India’s leading nationalised banks. He shared his views with equitymaster on the Monetary Policy 2004-05 and his outlook on interest rates and the Rupee.   Read More...

    Views on News: The Indian Economy
  • US Interest rates: Will they, Won't they?
  • An overview as to whether a rise in interest rates in the US could impact the Indian economy.
  • Interest rates: Will he (raise them) or won’t he?
  • A historical perspective of how interest rates have moved in India and an outlook.
  • Monetary Policy: What does it mean to you?
  • Is Monetary Policy very complex for a retail investor to understand and intrepret?
  • What the experts have to say about interest rates...
  • We spoke to three experts to get their views on interest rates and inflation among other things...
  • External debt: Not the cause of concern
  • Fiscal prudence is the need of the hour. Efforts will do bear fruit.
  • Mini Budget: Feel good factor...just got better!
  • Read the highlights and effects of the mini-budget announced early this year.
  • Government finances: Check..check..!!!
  • Economic growth is good. But fiscal deficit needs to be pruned down.
  • Previous Policy Announcements
  • Monetary Policy April 2003-04
  • Budget Announcements and Impact 2003-04
  • Monetary Policy October 2003-04
  • Budget Announcements and Impact 2002-03
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