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Analysts see RBI remain accommodative, hold rates in June 4 policy review

In April, the six-member monetary policy committee had voted unanimously for a status quo on the key rates

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RBI Policy | RBI Governor | Shaktikanta Das

Puneet Wadhwa  |  New Delhi 



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Inflation and growth concerns amid firm commodity prices and the second wave of Covid that triggered sporadic lockdowns across key cities in India could see the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) maintain an accommodative stance in its upcoming policy review between June 2 and 4, say analysts.

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First Published: Thu, May 27 2021. 11:38 IST

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