Jul Sat 2022 03:21:20
Kathmandu: The widespread liquidity crunch in the bank is likely to ease somewhat. The savings ratio (CD ratio) that banks have to manage has also come down to below 90 now. The bank's index has been above 90 for the past few months. 90 is the point at which more banks cannot invest. That is, CD radio should not go above 90.
According to the latest data released by Nepal Rastra Bank, the savings and investment ratio is 89.26 percent, up from 89.37 percent. While banks collected Rs 5 billion in savings during the period, the investment was only Rs 1 billion. Many understand that liquidity will have a positive impact on the stock market as well. The stock market has been declining since last year's monetary policy, when the National Bank tightened its grip on equity loans.