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  • RBI policy: FY22 CPI inflation target lowered to 5.3% from 5.7% Oct 08, 2021 10:22 AM IST

    RBI policy: FY22 CPI inflation target lowered to 5.3% from 5.7%

    RBI Monetary Policy: The RBI retained the repo rate, at which it lends short-term funds to banks, at 4 percent. The reverse repo rate stands at 3.35 percent. 

  • RBI Policy: MPC keeps repo rate steady at 4%, stance remains accommodative Oct 08, 2021 10:04 AM IST

    RBI Policy: MPC keeps repo rate steady at 4%, stance remains accommodative

    RBI Monetary Policy: The MPC has kept rates steady at a time inflation is showing an easing trend and recovery is happening on the ground

  • RBI Monetary Policy: What to expect from MPC today Oct 08, 2021 07:18 AM IST

    RBI Monetary Policy: What to expect from MPC today

    The RBI’s MPC meet comes amid easing inflationary pressures and a liquidity flush in the system.

  • MPC | A cautious pause, focus on financial stability Aug 06, 2020 07:45 PM IST

    MPC | A cautious pause, focus on financial stability

    It is important to note that revival in economic activities in the coming quarters will remain critically dependent on fiscal policy support. Steps by the RBI as the debt manager of the government can potentially play a critical role in managing bond market sentiment

  • A one-time restructuring plan is welcome Aug 06, 2020 04:20 PM IST

    A one-time restructuring plan is welcome

    RBI seems to have learnt from the lessons of the past, sets tighter boundaries for recast scheme

  • RBI MPC meet: What will take centre stage—inflation or growth concerns? Aug 04, 2020 01:48 PM IST

    RBI MPC meet: What will take centre stage—inflation or growth concerns?

    Headline inflation breached 6 percent in June, which is beyond the comfort level of the RBI tasked with keeping inflation at 4 percent in the medium term.

  • RBI MPC meet Aug 4-6: What happened at policy meets earlier in 2020 Aug 03, 2020 03:44 PM IST

    RBI MPC meet Aug 4-6: What happened at policy meets earlier in 2020

    As per the RBI Act 1934, the MPC is required to meet at least four times in a year.

  • RBI Monetary Policy: What the experts say about the 35 bps rate cut Aug 07, 2019 01:49 PM IST

    RBI Monetary Policy: What the experts say about the 35 bps rate cut

    Experts agreed that the policy is accommodative, but the final impact will depend on how soon the lower rates are passed on to the end user.

  • RBI's MPC meeting starts with expectations of another rate cut Aug 05, 2019 07:00 PM IST

    RBI's MPC meeting starts with expectations of another rate cut

    The central bank has already reduced the repo rate thrice in the last three reviews.

  • Editor's Take | RBI MPC meet starts August 5; rate cut expected Aug 05, 2019 03:22 PM IST

    Editor's Take | RBI MPC meet starts August 5; rate cut expected

    Since February, the central bank has reduced the repo rate by 75 basis points in three successive reviews.

  • Editor's Take | What message is RBI conveying to government? Dec 05, 2018 07:29 PM IST

    Editor's Take | What message is RBI conveying to government?

    the decision to maintain rates is consistent with what the MPC has been doing so far, since moving to the flexible inflation-targeting framework.

  • RBI Policy: MPC retains GDP growth projection for FY19 at 7.4% Oct 05, 2018 03:36 PM IST

    RBI Policy: MPC retains GDP growth projection for FY19 at 7.4%

    GDP growth for Q1 FY20 is now projected marginally lower at 7.4 percent as against 7.5 percent in the August resolution due to the strong base effect.

  • RBI Policy: MPC may keep policy rate unchanged at 6%; owl may sound hawkish Feb 06, 2018 06:00 PM IST

    RBI Policy: MPC may keep policy rate unchanged at 6%; owl may sound hawkish

    The 2-day deliberations on February 6 and 7 by the MPC on the repo rate decision are expected to remain tilted towards a pause mode, keeping the near term outlook hawkish.

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