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Database on Indian Economy. This site also allows the visitor to cull out the data and use it for research. State Finances. A Study of State Budgets, this publication provides a comprehensive analytical assessment of the finances of the State Governments. Consolidated data of all State Governments are analysed in addition to State-wise analysis to draw policy implications. Statistical Tables relating to Banks in India. This annual publication contains comprehensive data relating to the commercial banking sector.
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Basic Statistical Returns. Yet another data-oriented publication, this annual presents comprehensive data on number of offices, employees, deposits and credit as per occupation of scheduled commercial banks. One of the features of this publication is that region-wise, state-wise and district-wise information is made available to the public.
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RBI Bulletin. This is a monthly publication released in the first week of every month. The Bulletin publishes analytical articles based on data collected by the Reserve Bank often specifically for the purpose. The speeches are useful in improving the understanding of the central bank's policies. Other useful inclusions in the Bulletin are important press releases and circulars issued by different departments of the Reserve Bank and data relating to economy, finance and banking. Often, significant reports released by the Reserve Bank including the Annual Report and the Report on Trend and Progress of Banking in India are issued as supplements to this monthly publication.
Monetary and Credit Information Review. This is a monthly four-page periodical aimed at operational level bankers.
The periodical summarises important circulars issued by the central bank during the month. It is published between 1st and 5th of every month. This publication presents the weekly balance sheet of the Reserve Bank and other developments relating to financial, commodity and bullion markets. This is published on every Friday at 5 pm. Press Releases. The Reserve Bank releases through its daily press releases data on money market operations and reference rates for four major currencies, namely, the US Dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling and the Japanese Yen.
The press releases are also issued on other issues that may be of general public interest such as important banking regulations, new currency notes, rejection or cancellation of certificate of registration of non-banking finance companies, status of urban cooperative banks, etc. Occasional Papers. This is published once in four months and carries research papers presented by the professional staff of the Reserve Bank.
The publication reflects the views of the authors. The Occasional Papers are being published thrice a year from onwards. DRG Studies. These are research studies conducted by external experts in India in collaboration with the internal staff members of the Reserve Bank. The Development Research Group is a forum that institutionalises participation of external expertise in in-house research. Besides these, the Reserve Bank also publishes reports of committees set up by it for feedback and for wider dissemination of information. The Reserve Bank brings out occasional booklets to familiarise the general public about the facilities available to them mainly in the area of foreign exchange.
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