India Unexpectedly Cuts Reserve Ratio as BRICs Act on GrowthKartik Goyal
India’s central bank unexpectedly cut the amount of deposits lenders need to set aside as reserves for the first time since 2009 and signaled future interest-rate cuts, joining BRIC nations in shielding growth. Stocks rose.
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