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Will RBI MPC hold or cut rates? Your most pressing questions answered

Given inflation pressure, there is no doubt that it would be difficult for the MPC to cut rates in the near-term

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RBI | RBI monetary policy | repo rate

Sukanya Roy & Anup Roy  |  New Delhi 

The Reserve Bank's bimonthly (MPC) meeting has started from today. The six-member panel will announce its decision on Friday, October 9.

Given inflation pressure, there is no doubt that it would be difficult for the to cut rates in the near-term. Is there room for rate cuts or will hold rates? Why the three new members on are seen as dovish and pro-growth? Will new members advocate for some unconventional and untested measures? and what those measures could be? Business Standard's Anup Roy answers all the questions in this podcast. Tune in to know more

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First Published: Wed, October 07 2020. 13:15 IST
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