SBI reduces MCLR by 5-10 bps in the shorter tenors
· MCLR upto 3 months tenor comes down to 6.65% p.a w.e.f July 10
· 14th consecutive reduction in bank’s MCLR
· SBI’s MCLR continues to be the lowest in the market
Country’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) has announced the reduction in its MCLR by 5-10 bps in the shorter tenors i.e. upto 3 months, with effect from 10th July 2020, to boost credit off take and revive demand.
This is 14th consecutive reduction in the Bank’s MCLR. With this revision, SBI’s MCLR upto 3 Months tenor comes down to 6.65% p.a., which is on par with the EBLR of SBI.
SBI’s MCLR continues to be the lowest in the market.
Details are being made available on the Bank’s web site.