Mumbai, Aug. 2

Call rates ended lower at 5.25-5.40 per cent on Monday, against Saturday's close of 6-6.10 per cent. With the beginning of a new fortnight, banks were back to borrowing from the market to meet their liquidity crunch. Under the liquidity adjustment facility conducted by the Reserve Bank of India, there were 10 bids for Rs 18,935 crore in the one-day repo auction. In the reverse repo auction, there were 2 bids for Rs 2,520 crore. In the CBLO auction, there were 666 trades for Rs 54,992.50 crore in the range of 4-5.73 per cent. — Our Bureau

(This article was published in the Business Line print edition dated August 3, 2010)
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