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Reserve Requirements

The minimum amount of cash and liquid assets as a percentage of demand deposits and time deposits that member banks of the Federal Reserve are required to maintain.

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ICICI Bank to raise Rs 500 cr in bonds: Sources

25-07-2014| Source:Reuters

The bond sale comes on the heels of the Reserve Bank of India's announcement last week allowing bonds sold by lenders to be exempt from mandatory reserve requirements if the proceeds are lent

Just why is IDFC riding on relaxed infra lending norms?  

16-07-2014| Source:CNBC-TV18

Banks will now be exempted from statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) and cash reserve ratio (CRR) requirements for long-term infrastructure bonds. However, it is far fetched to believe that IDFC, when

Sensex up over 100pts, Nifty firm; IDFC gains 4%, HDFC dips

16-07-2014| Source:Moneycontrol.com

IDFC is up 4 percent as ina big push to infrastructure as the Reserve Bank of India has relaxed infra financing rules. Banks are exempted from SLR and CRR requirement for long-term infrastructure

RBI OKs long term bonds of banks; cheap loans for infra cos  

15-07-2014| Source:Moneycontrol.com

The money raised by banks through long-term bonds for loans to infrastructure firms and affordable-housing projects will be exempt from cash reserve ratio (CRR) and statutory liquidity ratio (SLR

Union Budget 2014: Reducing worries of investors in Infra, says India Ratings

11-07-2014| Source:Moneycontrol.com

The proposal to relax the banks cash reserve ratio and statutory liquidity ratio requirements for long-term infrastructure bonds, put forth in the Union Budget 2014-15, will not only create

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