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MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank today said that macroeconomic risks to financial stability have gone up in 2012, following the sovereign debt crisis in the Eurozone. 03-07-2012

MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank today said that macroeconomic risks to financial stability have gone up in 2012, following the sovereign debt crisis in the Eurozone.

Noting that global and domestic outlook has worsened since last December, the RBI in its Financial Stability Report (FSR), released today, said, "The Euro area sovereign debt problem is continuing to weigh on global recovery

 
RBI expected to cut key lending rates to spur growth 18-06-2012
Mumbai: In a bid to spur growth and boost consumer sentiment, India's central bank is expected to cut key lending rates by 25-50 basis points in its mid-quarter review of monetary policy 2012-13 on Monday.
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ADB sees India's GDP growth at 7% this fiscal 17-06-2012
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For better grades, try electric shock 25-01-2012
LONDON: Passing small electric currents through the brain can lead to increased academic performance and boost people's learning, a study has said. Known as 'Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation', the method has earlier been used to treat cognitive impairment among stroke and brain injury patients and those with learning difficulties, the Telegraph reported.