What is "credit policy" as such ? And what is the Indian policy ?
How does it differ in comparison to those of other developed and
developing countries ? What are salient features in ours ? Why
are the salient ?
What exactly is PLR (apart from Prime Lending Rate) ? How is it
arrived at ? Who determines it (I guess each bank by itself) ?
What is the mechanism of operation ?
What is "arbitrage opportunity for foreign debts" ? How does
reducing it slow down $$ inflows ?
What is "overnight foreign exchange exposure" ? How does
reducing it increase $$ demand ?
What are the present restrictions for Indians while investing
abroad ? What can be relaxed amongst them ?
What are "variable repo rates" ? What impact would their introduction
have on money markets ?
What is "repo rate" (rate at which RBI takes money from banks) ?
What is the impact if it is lessened ? Why did this not happen
the last time markets speculated for this ?
What is ADR, GDR ? What is the "conversion route" of getting
What is our "fiscal responsibility and budget management bill" ?
What is the crux of it ? How does it operate ? Who takes
What do the terms swap, credit derivatives, value-at-risk
technique, yield curve modelling, basis capital adequacy,
norms on market and credit risk mean ? Any additional details
about them ?
For occurrences of all of these, read today's (3-Nov-2003) ET.