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USA’s Monetary Policy and GDP Review

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US Federal Reserve Monetary Policy release with Meeting schedules of 2017

US Economic or GDP growth rates of last 4 quarters
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Japan Monetary Policy Review

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#Japan #MonetaryPolicy Review
#BOJ Bank of Japan last Changed its #DepositRate to -0.1%
on 29th January 2016
Next Monetary Policy Meet on 20th & 21st December 2016.

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India’s Forex Reserves : Foreign Exchange Reserves update of India for last 2 weekends 16th and 23rd May 2014

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#India’s #ForexReserves : #ForeignExchangeReserves for last 2 weekends 16th and 23rd May 2014.

India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves at US Dollar 312.6 Billion plus compared to US Dollar 314.9 Billion as on 23rd May 2014 week on week.

#IndiaForeignExchange reserves consist of 91.33% #ForeignCurrencyAssets , 6.71% #GoldReserves, 1.42% #SDRs and 0.54% #IMFReserve.

Latest Data Released by India’s Central Bank #RBI #ReserveBankofIndia on 23rd May 2014.

1 or One Billion United States Dollar is currently around 5900 Crores in Indian Rupee terms currently

#IndiaForeignExchangeReserves #IndiaForexReserves

Foreign Exchange Reserves of India update

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India’s Forex Reserves : Forex Reserves with breakup of each component Foreign Currency Assets, Gold Reserves, SDRs IMF Reserve Positions and their % share in total Forex Reserves..

India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves at US Dollar 311.85 billion plus as on 2nd May 2014 with week on week comparison. India’s Foreign Exchange reserves consist of 91.25% Foreign Currency Assets , 6.72% Gold Reserves, 1.44% SDRs and 0.59% IMF Reserve.

India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves at US Dollar 309.91 billion plus as on 25th April 2014 with week on week comparison. India’s Foreign Exchange reserves consist of 91% Foreign Currency Assets , 6.96% Gold Reserves 1.45% SDRs and 0.59% IMF Reserve.

India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves at US Dollar 309.41 billion plus as on 18th April 2014 with week on week comparison. India’s Foreign Exchange reserves consist of 90.99% Foreign Currency Assets , 6.97% Gold Reserves, 1.45% SDRs and 0.59% IMF Reserve.

Latest Data Released by India’s Central Bank #RBI #ReserveBankofIndia on 9th May 2014

1 or One Billion United States Dollar is currently around 6100 Crores in Indian Rupee terms currently

#IndiaForeignExchangeReserves #ForexReserves

Foreign Exchange Reserves of India update

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Foreign Exchange Reserves of India update
Foreign Exchange Reserves of India update

 

India’s Forex Reserves : Forex Reserves with breakup of each component Foreign Currency Assets,  Gold Reserves, SDRs IMF Reserve Positions and their % share in total Forex Reserves..

India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves at US Dollar 309.41 billion plus as on 18th April 2014 with week on week comparison. India’s Foreign Exchange reserves consist of 90.99% Foreign Currency Assets , 6.97% Gold Reserves, 1.45% SDRs and 0.59% IMF Reserve.

India’s Foreign Exchange Reserves at US Dollar 309.91 billion plus as on 25th April 2014 with week on week comparison. India’s Foreign Exchange reserves consist of 91% Foreign Currency Assets , 6.96% Gold Reserves 1.45%  SDRs and 0.59% IMF Reserve.

Latest Data Released by India’s Central Bank #RBI #ReserveBankofIndia on 2nd May 2014

1 or One Billion United States Dollar is currently around 6100 Crores in Indian Rupee terms currently

#IndiaForeignExchangeReserves #ForexReserves

 

Peru Central Bank holds rate, makes reserve requirements more flexible

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Peru’s central bank maintained its policy rate at 4.25 percent as inflation remains within the bank’s target range and economic growth is close to the “economy’s potential level of growth amid international financial uncertainty.”
The Central Bank of Peru (BCRP), which has held rates steady since April 2011, also made its reserve requirements regime more flexible and said that “if necessary, the Board will adopt additional measures to make the regime of requirement reserves more flexible in order to promote a more orderly evolution of credit.”
Under the new measures, the central bank said that a financial institution’s long-term liabilities that are “not subject to reserve requirements was raised in May to 2.3 times the effective equity with the aim of promoting increased long-term financing in soles, and a maximum limit of 20 percent was established in June for the mean rate of reserve requirements in soles in order to reduce the dispersion of required reserves in the different financial entities and promote intermediation in soles, releasing in this way 500 million soles.”
Peru’s economy has been weakening in recent months due to weaker mining and last month the central bank lowered its 2013 growth forecast to 6.1 percent from a previous forecast of 6.3 percent. In 2012 the economy expanded by 6.3 percent.
In the first quarter, Peru’s Gross Domestic Product grew by 2.1 percent from the previous quarter for annual growth of 4.8 percent, down from 5.9 percent in the fourth quarter.
“Current and advanced indicators of activity show that the growth of the Peruvian economy is
close to its long-term sustainable level of growth, even though the indicators associated with
the external market still show a weak performance that affects the prices and volumes of
export products,” the central bank said.
Inflation in Peru rose to 2.77 percent in June from 2.47 percent in May due to higher prices of some foods and fuels.
The central bank, which targets inflation of 1.0 to 2.0 percent, said it expects headline inflation to converge to the center of its target range in the next months due to better food supply, economic growth close to the economy’s potential and to inflation expectations that are anchored to the bank’s target range.

for more details log on to Central Bank of Peru website : http://www.bcrp.gob.pe/home.html

Malaysia Central Bank holds rate . . .

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Malaysia’s central bank held its overnight policy rate (OPR) steady at 3.0 percent, as expected, but said the weak global economy may impact the country’s economic growth though domestic demand continues to support growth.
The Central Bank of Malaysia, which has held rates steady since June 2011, said domestic demand in emerging economies remains a important source of growth for the global economy but the prolonged weakness in the “external environment has begun to affect domestic economic activity in these economies.”
“For the Malaysian economy, domestic demand has continued to support growth amid the continued moderation in external demand. The sustained weakness in the external sector may, however, affect the overall growth momentum,” the central bank, known as Bank Negara Malaysia, cautioned.
Malaysia’s Gross Domestic Product contracted by 4.9 percent in the first quarter from the previous quarter for annual growth of 4.1 percent, down from 6.5 percent. The bank has forecast growth of 5-6 percent this year compared with 5.6 percent in 2012.
But the central bank said private consumption in Malaysia is still expected to remain steady, underpinned by higher incomes, while capital spending in domestic-oriented industries and infrastructure projects will support investment

Malaysia’s inflation rate rose slightly to 1.8 percent in May from 1.7 percent but the central bank said it should rise in the second half of the year due to domestic supply and cost factors.
“Pressures from global commodity prices are also likely to be contained given the moderate global growth prospects,” the central bank said.

Courtesy : http://www.centralbanknews.info/2013/07/malaysia-holds-rate-weak-global-growth.html

for more details log on to Central Bank of Malaysia website : http://www.bnm.gov.my/