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Reserve Bank of India conducts variable repo rate auction of Rs 75,000 cr

The central bank offered Rs 75,000 crore of liquidity to the banking system against which banks bid for up to Rs 1.38 trillion

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The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday offered the banking system Rs 75,000 crore of overnight liquidity through variable rate repo (VRR) auction, while simultaneously announcing dated liquidity mopping operations through variable rate reverse repo auction (VRRR). 

The central bank offered Rs 75,000 crore of liquidity to the banking system against which banks bid for up to Rs 1.38 trillion. At the same time, the RBI said it would conduct a 28-day VRRR of Rs 50,000 crore and a Rs 2 trillion VRRR for three days. 

The opposite nature of liquidity operations is in line with the revised liquidity framework of

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First Published: Jan 25 2022 | 2:06 AM IST

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