THE HINDU Editorial With Vocab : Growth, with caveats


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Growth, with caveats

The central bank was not expected to tinker with key policy rates in its first monetary policy review of 2017-18 unveiled on Thursday, following its decision to shift from an accommodative to a neutral monetary policy stance in February. The Monetary Policy Committee chaired by Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel has, in fact, decided to raise the rate at which the central bank borrows funds from banks (the reverse repo rate) by 25 basis points, from 5.75% to 6%, while leaving other policy rates untouched. This marginal change is aimed at sucking out from the system excess liquidity that remains a lingering concern, despite coming off its peak in the aftermath of the demonetisation exercise. The RBI has also proposed a new liquidity management tool that awaits government approval, making the draining of surplus liquidity a critical priority all through this year. The efficacy of the RBI’s liquidity management toolkit will impinge on another key concern: inflation, which is expected to climb to 5% by the second half of this fiscal. The RBI says achieving the stated target of 4% inflation even next year could be challenging, with no “lucky disinflationary forces” expected, such as benign commodity and oil prices. It has also pointed to a one-time upside risk to inflation with the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax.

The RBI is quite optimistic about an uptick in the economy this year, projecting 7.4% growth in Gross Value-Added, compared to 6.7% in 2016-17. Along with improved prospects for the world economy a rebound in discretionary consumer spending at home is likely, in line with the “pace of remonetisation” and investment demand on account of lowered interest rates. While the government may take heart from the higher growth projection, it must pay equal heed to Mr. Patel’s plain speak on four key issues. First, the need to urgently resolve the surge of bad loans on bank books, for which the RBI will unveil a new Prompt Corrective Action framework by the middle of this month. Without this, a virtuous cycle of healthy credit growth necessary for investment and job creation will remain elusive. Second, the RBI has reminded the government there will be “clearly more demand for capital” in the coming days. The government’s allocation of Rs.10,000 core to recapitalise public sector banks is obviously inadequate. Third, while banks have reduced lending rates, the RBI has pointed out there is room for more cuts if rates on small savings schemes are corrected. Though a formula-based rate was adopted to set these rates last April, small savings schemes still deliver 61-95 basis points higher returns than what they should if the formula is followed, as per the RBI. Most important, the government must not ignore Mr Patel’s categorical call to eschew loan waivers of the kind just announced in Uttar Pradesh. This, he warned, would crowd out private investments and dent the nation’s balance sheet.

Magical Vocabulary From The Hindu Editorial

  1. Unveiled (verb) अनावरण किया remove a veil or covering from, especially uncover (a new monument or work of art) as part of a public ceremony.

Synonyms:- display, release, launch, bring out, disclose, divulge, make known.

Example: – the mayor unveiled a plaque.

  1. Accommodative (adjective) अनुकूलfit in with the wishes or needs of.

Synonyms:- lodge, hold, help, adjust to, provide, suit, adapt, oblige, conciliate,

Example: – Meanwhile, new buildings on the four hectare site will accommodate another 60 flats.

  1. Lingering (adjective) सुस्तlasting for a long time or slow to end.

Synonyms:- remaining, surviving, persisting, abiding, nagging, niggling

Example: – I hope you wrote it more out of desire than out of any lingering sense of obligation.

  1. Efficacy (noun) प्रभावकारिताthe ability to produce a desired or intended result.

Synonyms:- effectiveness, success, productiveness, potency, power

Example: – Concerns about the safety and efficacy of human cloning, then, do not warrant a ban in                                     law.

  1. Impinge (verb) टकरानाhave an effect or impact, especially a negative one.

Synonyms:- affect, have an effect on, touch, have a bearing on, influence

Example: – Amit was determined that the tragedy would impinge as little as possible on Constance’                                          Life.

  1. Optimistic (adjective) आशावादीhopeful and confident about the future.

Synonyms:- hopeful, confident, positive, cheerful, cheery, sanguine

Example: – Most people are not very optimistic that they can come to that kind of consensus.

  1. Discretionary (adjective) विवेकाधीनavailable for use at the discretion of the user.

Synonyms:- optional, voluntary, at one’s discretion, elective

Example: – The hotel’s 800 employees agreed to forgo discretionary annual bonuses recently in                                             hopes of saving jobs.

  1. Virtuous (adjective) अच्छेhaving or showing high moral standards.

Synonyms:- righteous, good, pure, whiter than white, saintly, angelic, moral, ethical

Example: – Religions and true religious leaders have always motivated us to indulge only in noble                                           thoughts and virtuous actions.

  1. Elusive (adjective) भटकाने वाला / टालमटोल वालाdifficult to find, catch, or achieve.

Synonyms:- indefinable, intangible, impalpable, ambiguous

Example: – He would then retreat, hoping to catch the elusive man in their new round.

  1. Eschew (verb) त्याग करनाdeliberately avoid using; abstain from.

Synonyms:- abstain from, refrain from, give up, forgo, shun, renounce.

Example: – The best tribute to the Mahatma would be to eschew hatred and violence and to preach                                           and practise brotherhood.

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