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ATM withdrawal limit up at Rs 10,000;weekly limit stays at 24K

Press Trust of India
16th Jan 2017
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RBI said,In a major relief, the Reserve Bank today more than doubled the daily ATM withdrawal limit to Rs 10,000 but retained the weekly ceiling at Rs 24,000.

RBI however doubled the weekly withdrawal limit from current accounts to Rs 1 lakh from Rs 50,000 - a move which will ease cash position of small traders. The central bank in a notification said,

On a review of limits placed on withdrawals from ATMs and current accounts, it has been decided to enhance the same, with immediate effect.

RBI had increased the daily withdrawal limit from ATMs to Rs 4,500 from Rs 2,500 effective January 1. Adding that it will be operative within the existing overall weekly limit, RBI said,

The limit on withdrawals from ATMs has been enhanced from the current limit of Rs 4,500 to Rs 10,000 per day per card

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The limit on withdrawal from current accounts has been enhanced from the current limit of Rs 50,000 per week to Rs 1 lakh per week and it extends to overdraft and cash credit accounts also, RBI said. RBI had placed limits on cash withdrawals following demonetisation of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on November 9, 2016.


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The 50-day demonetisation period ended on December 30. However, NRIs and Indians who were abroad during the demonetisation period have been given additional time to deposit their old currency notes. Explaining the importance of the scheme, the RBI said the legal tender character of the notes in denominations of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 stands withdrawn.


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In consequence, the withdrawn old high denomination notes cannot be used for transacting business and/or store of value for future usage. This news comes 20 days after, Viral V Acharya, a professor of Economics in the Department of Finance at the New York University (NYU) was appointed as the new Deputy Governor at the Reserve Bank of India.

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