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Looking At Growth To Become Entrenched, Show Signs Of Durability: RBI Guv Das

Das said the RBI is studying developments around inflation and growth that are dynamic and are evolving.

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Markets Retreat From Record Highs As RBI Trims Growth Forecast; Banks, RIL Top Drags

World equities stayed on the backfoot, in line with Wall Street, as investors fretted over higher inflation and its impact on the Federal Reserve's accommodative stance.

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RBI's MPC Begins Deliberations Amid Expectations Of Status Quo In Key Rate

The government has retained the inflation target at 4 per cent with the lower and the upper tolerance band of 2 per cent and 6 per cent, respectively, for the next five years (April 2021 - March 2026).

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RBI Projects 6.8 % Retail Inflation In Q3 Due To Supply-Side Bottlenecks

RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said the outlook for inflation has turned adverse relative to expectations in the last two months.

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Monetary Policy: Repo Rate Remains Unchanged At 4%

On expected lines, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has kept the Repo Rate unchanged at 4 per cent and have maintained an "accommodative" stance said RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das

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RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 4 pc, maintains accommodative stance

RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 4 pc, maintains accommodative stance

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RBI Keeps Repo Rate Unchanged Amid High Inflation

Repo is the rate at which RBI lends funds to commercial banks when needed. It is a tool that the central bank uses to control inflation.

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RBI Postpones MPC Meet On Key Interest Rates

The RBI held its main repo rate at 4 per cent at its last meeting and said it will keep policy accommodative in view of rising inflation and faint signs of economic growth amid gradual lifting of coronavirus (COVID-19) countrywide lockdown.

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