RBI paper investigates relationship between liquidity types


A working paper, published by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on July 26, identifies links between different forms of liquidity and considers the suitability of measures of liquidity as a guide to policy.

The authors, AK Mitra and Abhilasha, study a wide range of monetary indicators over the past decade. The researchers conclude that the RBI's liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) is the most important short-run indicator of macroeconomic liquidity, and monetary aggregates are the most important

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