1. India's banking system liquidity may remain in deficit in second half - analysts  Reuters
  2. India’s banking system liquidity may remain in deficit in second half  Business Recorder
  3. Cut-Off Yields on T-Bills Increase by Up To 15 BPS  ProPakistani
  4. RBI to infuse more funds as liquidity slips into deficit  The Financial Express
  5. Treasury bill yields jump on tighter banking system liquidity  Moneycontrol
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Liquidity in India's banking system is likely to remain in deficit in the second half of this financial year as credit growth picks up and the circulation of currency notes rises, analysts said.Liquidity in India's banking system is likely to remain in deficit in the second half of this financial year as credit growth picks up and the circulation of currency notes rises, analysts said.

India's banking system liquidity may remain in deficit in second half - analysts | Reuters

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KARACHI: The government has raised Rs1.399 trillion through an auction of the Market Treasury Bill , with the yields on 6 and 12 months papers increasing slightly, a statement said on Wednesday.The...KARACHI: The government has raised Rs1.399 trillion through an auction of the Market Treasury Bill , with the yields on 6 and 12 months papers increasing slightly, a statement said on Wednesday.The...

Govt raises Rs1.3tr via T-bills

Days of easy money over as credit growth risesDays of easy money over as credit growth rises

Liquidity slides into deficit for first time in over 3 years: RBI data | Business Standard News

The foreign currency assets of the RBI stood at $550 billion as of 25 March. By 9 September, they had shrunk to $490 billion, implying that the RBI has been massively selling dollars and buying rupees. In the process, it has managed to shrink the excess liquidity in the financial system.The foreign currency assets of the RBI stood at $550 billion as of 25 March. By 9 September, they had shrunk to $490 billion, implying that the RBI has been massively selling dollars and buying rupees. In the process, it has managed to shrink the excess liquidity in the financial system.

As excess liquidity dries up, RBI’s growth-inflation trade off in focus | Mint

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Banking system liquidity turned into deficit for the first time since the pandemic on September 19.Banking system liquidity turned into deficit for the first time since the pandemic on September 19.

Treasury bill yields jump on tighter banking system liquidity