Monetary policy is a macro-economic policy laid down by the Central Bank of the country (Reserve Bank of India, in India) to manage interest rates, money supply, and availability of credit in the country. The primary objective of monetary policy ...

Much like other nations, India was hit by a second wave of COVID-19 with FY2022. At 97.31%, with one of the highest recovery rates among the countries affected by the virus. India also witnessed one of the highest infection rates ...

Late in the evening on March 31, the Indian government released a circular saying that the interest rates on various Small Savings Schemes for the first quarter of financial year 2021-22 starting from 1st April, 2021 to 30th June, 2021 ...

On 16th December, The United States of America’s treasury department released its semi-annual report on macro-economic and foreign exchange policies of the major trading partners of the US. The treasury works to dismantle unfair barriers to trade and achieve free ...