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#MonetaryPolicy Update of #UnitedStates #Paraguay and #Peru in September 2015

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#‎CentralReserveBankofUnitedStates‬ ‪#‎PolicyInterestRate ‬‪#‎FederalReserve‬ ‪#‎MonetaryPolicy

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The Reserve Bank Of FIJI maintains its Policy Rate as on 27th November 2014

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The Reserve Bank Of FIJI Policy Rate as on 27th November 2014
The Reserve Bank Of FIJI Policy Rate as on 27th November 2014 
The Central Bank Of Fiji maintains Policy Rate as on 31st October 2014
The Central Bank Of Fiji maintains Policy Rate as on 31st October 2014 

The #CentralBankOfFiji maintained its #Benchmark #OvernightPolicyRate at 0.50% per annum on 27th November 2014

Data compiled and released by the Central Bank of FIJI.
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Central Bank of Angola maintains Base Rate as on 24th November 2014

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Central Bank of Angola maintains Base Rate as on 24th November 2014
Central Bank of Angola maintains Base Rate as on 24th November 2014 
National Bank Of Angola raises its BNA Rate as on 27th October 2014
National Bank Of Angola raises its BNA Rate as on 27th October 2014 
Central Bank of Angola maintains Base Rate as on 29th September 2014
Central Bank of Angola maintains Base Rate as on 29th September 2014 

The #BNA #NationalBankOfAngola maintained its #BasisInterestRate (BNA) at 9.0 percent as on 24th November 2014

Data compiled released and by National Bank Of Angola

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Reserve Bank of India Policy Statement 2014 – 2015 released on 2nd December 2014

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Reserve Bank of India Policy Statement 2014  - 2015 released on 2nd December 2014
Reserve Bank of India Policy Statement 2014 – 2015 released on 2nd December 2014

#India’s #MonetaryPolicyStatement 2014-2015 Released on 2nd December 2014

#RBI #ReserveBankofIndia #MonetaryPolicy #InterestRates #DrRaghuramRajan #RBIGovernor #PolicyRates #IndiaMacroEconomy #IndianEconomy #CRR #CashReserveRatio #SLR #StatutoryLiquidityRatio #RepoRate #ReverseRepoRate #MSF #MarginalStandingFacilityRate #BankRate #SavingsDepositRate #TermDepositRate #BaseRate #IndiaInvesting

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India’s Sectoral Deployment of Bank Credit for September 2014 with RBI Key Monetary Policy Rates

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India's Sectoral Deployment of Bank Credit for September 2014
India’s Sectoral Deployment of Bank Credit for September 2014
India's Key Monetary Policy Rates
India’s Key Monetary Policy Rates

#India’s #SectoralDeployment of #BankCredit from select 47 scheduled commercial banks accounts for about 95% of the total #NonFoodCredit deployed by all #SCBs #ScheduledCommercialBanks for the month of September 2014.

Data Released by India’s Central Bank #RBI #ReserveBankofIndia on 3rd November 2014

India’s #MonetaryPolicyKeyRates as on 11th November 2014

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Monetary Policy Review for Brazil and New Zealand as on 29th October 2014

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Central Bank of Brazil raises its selic Rate as on 29th October 2014
Central Bank of Brazil raises its selic Rate as on 29th October 2014
Reserve Bank Of New Zealand holds Rate as on 29th October 2014
Reserve Bank Of NewZealand holds Rate as on 29th October 2014

#MonetaryPolicyReview for #Brazil and #NewZealand as on 29th October 2014. .

The #CentralBankOfBrazil raises its Benchmark #SelicRate by 25 #BasisPoints to 11.25% per annum.
Data compiled and released by Central Bank of Brazil

The #ReserveBankOfNewZealand #RBNZ maintains #OfficialCashRate #OCR at 3.50% per annum.
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Monetary Policy Review for India Romania and Angola as on 29th and 30th September 2014

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Reserve Bank of India Monetary Policy for September 2014
Reserve Bank of India Monetary Policy for September 2014
Central Bank of Romania cut its monetary policy rate on 30th September 2014
Central Bank of Angola maintains its monetary policy rate on 29th September 2014 Central Bank of Angola maintains its monetary policy rate on 29th September 2014

#MonetaryPolicyReview for #ReserveBankofIndia ‪#‎CentralBank‬Of‎Romania‬ and #CentralBankOfAngola as on 29th and 30th September 2014

#RBI #ReserveBankofIndia #MonetaryPolicyReview
#CRR = Cash Reserve Ratio
#SLR = Statutory liquidity Ratio
#MSF = Marginal Standing Facility
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The ‪#Central Bank‬ of ‎Romania‬ cut its policy rate by 25 basis points to 3.00% per annum
Data compiled and released by the Central Bank of Romania

The ‪#‎CentralBank‬ of ‪#‎Angola‬ kept its ‪#‎Benchmark‬ ‪#‎RepoRate‬ at 8.75% per annum on 29th September 2014

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Uganda Central Bank holds rates in the first week of April

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2nd April 2014

 Uganda’s central bank maintained its Central Bank Rate (CBR) at 11.5 percent, saying its neutral policy stance is warranted given its current projections for inflation and economic growth.
    The Bank of Uganda (BOU), which last cut its rate by 50 basis points in December for a net 50 point reduction in 2013, revised downward its forecast for core inflation to 4-5 percent over the next few months from February’s forecast of 5-6 percent in the first half of the year after headline and core inflation eased in February due to a strengthening of the exchange rate.
    But over the next 12 months, the BOU still sees core inflation rising to between 5.5 and 6.5 percent and cited potential risks of stronger inflation from a deprecation of the exchange rate, stronger domestic demand from the fiscal sector and higher food prices due to drought and regional food shortfalls.
    News agency Reuters reported that BOU Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile told a news conference that core inflation should rise to a range of 6-7 percent by April 2015.
    “The magnitude and timing of possible declines in foreign aid are also a source of uncertainty for the balance of payments and the economy,” said the BOU, which  targets core inflation of 5.0 percent.
    In its monetary policy statement, the BOU referred to a decline in February headline inflation to 6.7 percent from 6.9 percent in January while core inflation fell to 3.7 percent from 4.6 percent.

   But on Monday the bank said, citing Uganda’s statistics bureau, headline inflation rose to 7.1 percent in March from a revised 6.8 percent in February while core inflation fell to 3.7 percent in March from a revised 3.9 percent in February.
    Uganda’s shilling appreciated by 6.2 percent in 2013 but since late February it has declined, trading at 2,545 to the U.S. dollar today compared with 2,525 at the end of 2013.
    The bank said economic growth in the current 2013/14 fiscal year, which ends on June 30, is still projected to be relatively buoyant, supported by fiscal stimulus, a stronger global environment, strong inflows of foreign direct investment and household consumption. However, it said weak bank credit growth posed a risk to this outlook.
    Tumusiime-Mutebile also told a news conference that growth in 2013/14 was expected to be 6 percent compared with 5.8 percent in fiscal 2012/13, rising to 6.5 percent in 2014/15.
    The BOU had forecast growth of 6.0-6.5 percent in the current fiscal year.
    Uganda’s Gross Domestic Product contracted by 0.6 percent in the third calendar quarter from the second quarter for annual growth of 2.2 percent, down from 5.8 percent in the second quarter.

Uganda holds rate, sees lower short-term inflation – Central Bank News.