Report on currency and finance 2002-03

By: Reserve Bank of India. Department of Research & Statistics
Contributor(s): Reserve Bank of India
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Mumbai Reserve Bank of India 2002-03Description: 291 p.Subject(s): Banking | Finance - IndiaDDC classification: 332.095406 Summary: The process of financial and external liberalisation during the last couple of decades worldwide has impacted upon the conduct of monetary policy in a significant manner. Increasing trade openness, higher volume and sharp swings in capital flows as well as greater volatility in exchange rates are some of the key stylised facts of the 1990s. As a result, economic developments abroad have an increasingly high degree of influence on domestic output and prices. Simultaneously, risks of contagion have increased manifold, posing threats to macroeconomic and financial stability. Consequently, these developments have necessitated refinements in objectives, strategies and tactics of monetary policy, even though central banks have had a noteworthy success in terms of their inflation objective. https://rbidocs.rbi.org.in/rdocs/PublicationReport/Pdfs/59580.pdf
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The process of financial and external
liberalisation during the last couple of decades
worldwide has impacted upon the conduct of
monetary policy in a significant manner. Increasing
trade openness, higher volume and sharp swings in
capital flows as well as greater volatility in exchange
rates are some of the key stylised facts of the 1990s.
As a result, economic developments abroad have an
increasingly high degree of influence on domestic
output and prices. Simultaneously, risks of contagion
have increased manifold, posing threats to
macroeconomic and financial stability. Consequently,
these developments have necessitated refinements
in objectives, strategies and tactics of monetary policy,
even though central banks have had a noteworthy
success in terms of their inflation objective.

https://rbidocs.rbi.org.in/rdocs/PublicationReport/Pdfs/59580.pdf

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