Currency withdrawal: Reserve Bank throws CRR googly at banks, borrowers – The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressCurrency withdrawal: Reserve Bank throws CRR googly at banks, borrowersThe Indian ExpressCurrency withdrawal: Reserve Bank throws CRR googly at banks, borrowers. By making banks deposit Rs 3,24,000 crore with the Reserve Bank, the cost for banks on these deposits would be Rs 18,110 crore on an annual basis as this has to be paid to the …Feeling note squeeze, RBI relaxes withdrawal limit on deposits made in new currencyThe New Indian ExpressWhy RBI relaxed withdrawal limit for some? 5 points that explain the decisionIndia TodayDemonetisation: Why RBI’s new withdrawal rules lack logic and are discriminatoryFirstpostChandigarh Tribune -News18 -The Hinduall 278 news articles »

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Timeline: 20 days of demonetisation, Narendra Modi’s biggest gamble with the Indian economy – Quartz

LivemintTimeline: 20 days of demonetisation, Narendra Modi’s biggest gamble with the Indian economyQuartzTwenty days ago, on the evening of Nov. 08, prime minister Narendra Modi declared the Rs500 and Rs1,000 notes—India’s two big currency denominations that account for 86% of the money in circulation by value—invalid from midnight that day. Millions …Cash withdrawal and deposit rules as of 30 November – LivemintLivemintRBI eases withdrawal limits to spur deposits from retailersThe New Indian ExpressDemonetisation: RBI relaxes withdrawal norms, nudges retailers to deposit cashZee Newsall 20 news articles »

Currency withdrawal: 50% tax, 4-year lock-in for unaccounted deposits – The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressCurrency withdrawal: 50% tax, 4-year lock-in for unaccounted depositsThe Indian ExpressThe government proposes to introduce amendments to the Income Tax Act in Parliament next week that will enable it to take penal action against those who made unaccounted cash deposits of scrapped high-denomination currency notes after November 8.and more »

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