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Syndicate Bank PO 2018 Group Discussion Topics

Group Discussion (GD) is an important selection parameter in the final selection of the candidate for any industry whether it is B-schools or Banking sector. There could be different types of Group Discussion topics which we have classified below under four broad fields: Business & Economy Current Affairs Social Issues …

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Banking Awareness Notes: Types Of Bank Accounts

Dear Aspirants, The current topic is very important for as generally many questions are asked in bank exams and interview on bank accounts like what are different types of accounts in the bank , what is the difference between a current account and saving the account.So understanding this topic is very …

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RBI Monthly Bulletin For Feb 2018

The Reserve Bank of India had released the February 2018 issue of its monthly Bulletin. It includes two Speeches, one Article and Current Statistics. The article is on ‘Statistical Discrepancies in GDP Data : Evidence from India’. I. Statistical Discrepancies in GDP Data : Evidence from India Statistical Discrepancies (SDs) in the …

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Main Reasons Why RBI Didn’t Change Repo Rate

These are the three main reasons why the RBI did not change repo rate on 7 February. One, the RBI was nearly observing what was occurring at the residential and also global equity markets as they had seen one of the most noticeably bad ever crashes in the not so distant …

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RBI Sixth Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy 2017-18: Highlights

Following are the highlights of the sixth bi-monthly monetary policy announced by RBI: The Reserve Bank kept the key policy rate unchanged at 6 percent for the third consecutive time today in view of firming inflation. * Key lending rate (repo) unchanged at 6 percent; * Reverse repo rate remains …

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Banking Notes: Indian Banking Structure

After going through this lesson you should be able to: Understand the Structure of Indian Banking System Explain the annual Reports of a Bank Structure of Indian Banking System The Indian financial system comprises a large number of commercial and cooperative banks, specialized developmental banks for industry, agriculture, external trade …

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Credit Rating Agencies in India – Headquarters & Their Roles

A Credit Rating Agency is an organization that doles out appraisals to the indebted individuals as indicated by their capacity to pay back the obligation in an auspicious way. These offices give profoundly fundamental hazard evaluation reports and investigative arrangements and allot a conclusive financial assessment to the two people …

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