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1. Law denoting or relating to an exception or reservation
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New Delhi [India], August 30 ( ANI ): In the wake of the State Bank of India (SBI) and other banks facilitating slashes on interest rates on savings deposits, credit rating agency ICRA highlighted an opportunity for liquid mutual funds to tap into retail savings, by providing an avenue for parking surplus liquidity while earning a premium over savings rate.
Across all age groups, Fidelity found, 27% of participants increased their savings rates in the past 12 months.
Criticism of domestic banks is rising, as they reap profits by raising lending rates and lowering savings rates amid the ongoing political turmoil.
That's more than 100 savings rate cuts in August for every rate that has increased.
The savings rate among Turkish citizens living in metropolitan areas has hovered between 10 to 15 percent of their annual income for the past three years, well below the corresponding figure of the 1990s, the results of ING Bank's monthly survey indicates.
Recent figures on consumer purchases have been disappointing, and there's evidence that savings rates are going up, showing "the fear of retirement is getting greater," he said.
However, the savings rate behaved somewhat enigmatically during the last month of 2012 and the first of 2013: the savings rate rocketed to 6 percent from 3 percent, and then dropped to 2.
The Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) said the national savings rate may plunge to a decade year low this fiscal, which had slipped to an eight year low of 30.
The National Savings Rate also serves as an antithesis of the Keynesian argument that high private savings rates need government spending increases during recessions in order to overcome a liquidity trap.
A 3% default savings rate, even with a 50% match by the employer, is a whopping 4.
In the second quarter of 2011, the gross savings rate of households rose slightly: 12.

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