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Old 09-07-2014, 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by avadhoot View Post
call money shows the extent of liquidity in a particular country.

Pls tell in more details how to gauge extent of liquidity in this way.

Originally Posted by avadhoot View Post
you should be studying then-Japanese liquidity position.


Any link ?
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Originally Posted by sarat_ch View Post
Pls tell in more details how to gauge extent of liquidity in this way.




Any link ?

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Originally Posted by sarat_ch View Post
Secondly, I checked the RBI website. The call money rates data is not latest..Requesting others to kindly post the proper link here so that one can get the latest call money rates

Found it here http://www.rbi.org.in/scripts/BS_Vie....aspx?Id=13944
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Sep 12, 2007.xls - Call money rates jumped from 0.xx% to 6.xx% in two days and that rate persisted.

Dec 12, 2008.xls - rates went as high as 9.3%.. and at the end of the month it started to shrink at a very high speed..

Oct 12, 2009.xls - rates lowered down to 1.00 - 2.00%..indicating stability in the system once again..

I guess these data makes sense when compared to the nifty chart.

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1. even after rates went to 6%, institutions still had enough money that gave rise to the final leg (the peak) of the bull market. Or was that public buying ? Seniors

2. Throughout the bear move down, rates kept on increasing until it reached 9.3%. This was accompanied by market hitting the bottom by a selling climax.Rates reduced to 4% at the bottom, indicating stability in the system

3.Rates were 1-2% when the markup started..system was stable as the figures indicates.
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Call money rate was 8.71 % yesterday. Seems to be on the higher side.Seems like money is in shortage among the institutions. Are we at the top of this bull swing?
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Originally Posted by Sap_KM View Post
Sir, please mention some books regarding macros


STOCK MARKET CYCLES:
A Practical Explanation

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Originally Posted by sarat_ch View Post
Call money rate was 8.71 % yesterday. Seems to be on the higher side.Seems like money is in shortage among the institutions. Are we at the top of this bull swing?

Data is horribly out-of-date but guess pretty close to the avg (specially post RBI tightening of the short end in C2 2013) Credit deposit ratio also pretty benign. Inverted yield curve that started in Q1 FY14 very likely still there.
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Originally Posted by kkseal View Post
Data is horribly out-of-date but guess pretty close to the avg (specially post RBI tightening of the short end in C2 2013) Credit deposit ratio also pretty benign. Inverted yield curve that started in Q1 FY14 very likely still there.


By 'interest rate', which one among Call Money, Repo,Reverse Repo,Notice Money..etc is referred to ?

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Originally Posted by Sap_KM View Post
By 'interest rate', which one among Call Money, Repo,Reverse Repo,Notice Money..etc is referred to ?

Do all of them increase or decrease proportionately and simultaneously?

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