India cash reserve ratio

India cash reserve ratio: 4.5 (0%)
Last Update: June 7, 2024

India cash reserve ratio closed down 4.5 as of June 7, 2024 from 4.5 from the previous month and 4.5 from last year.

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India cash reserve ratio

2024-06-07 4.5
2024-04-09 4.5
2024-04-08 4.5
2024-04-05 4.5
2024-04-04 4.5
2024-04-03 4.5
2024-04-02 4.5
2024-04-01 4.5
2024-03-29 4.5
2024-03-28 4.5
2024-03-27 4.5
2024-03-26 4.5
2024-03-25 4.5
2024-03-22 4.5
2024-03-21 4.5
2024-03-20 4.5
2024-03-19 4.5
2024-03-18 4.5
2024-03-15 4.5
2024-03-14 4.5
2024-03-13 4.5
2024-03-12 4.5
2024-03-11 4.5
2024-03-08 4.5

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India cash reserve ratio Statistics

cash reserve ratioin.cashreserveratio4.54.500DownDown512024-06-07

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India cash reserve ratio Historical Data

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What is the India cash reserve ratio

The cash reserve ratio (CRR) in India is the minimum percentage of a bank's total deposits that they are required to hold in the form of cash reserves with the central bank. This ratio is set by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and serves as a tool to control the liquidity in the banking system. By adjusting the CRR, the RBI can influence the amount of money available for lending and borrowing in the economy. A higher CRR means that banks have less money to lend, which can help to curb inflation, while a lower CRR allows banks to lend more, stimulating economic growth. Overall, the CRR plays a crucial role in maintaining financial stability and regulating the flow of money in the Indian economy.