Reverse Repo Rate Current Affairs, GK & News

Reverse Repo Rate

Reverse repo rate is the rate of interest at which the RBI borrows funds from other banks in the short term . This is done by RBI selling government bonds / securities to banks with the commitment to buy them back at a future date. The banks use the reverse repo facility to deposit their ..

RBI measures to boost economy

The Reserve Bank of India recently launched a host of measures to protect individual borrowers and the small and medium enterprises in the country. What are the measures announced? RBI has opened on-tap liquidity window of Rs 50,000 crores at repo rate of 4%. This will boost provisions of immediate liquidity. The banks shall provide ..

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RBI Monetary Policy

On April 7, 2021, the Monetary Policy Committee of Reserve Bank of India announced the outcome of its bi-monthly monetary policy review. Key Highlights The repo rate has been kept unchanged at 4%. The reverse repo rate has been kept at 3.35%. The real GDP growth for the Fiscal Year 2022 is predicted to be ..

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RBI Monetary Policy Committee Meeting- Key Highlights

The Monetary Policy Committee of the central bank recently held its meeting on February 3 to February 5, 2021 to discuss the current macroeconomic financial developments in India. Key Decisions by the committee The committee has decided to keep the repo rate unchanged at the 4 percent. It has decided to continue its accommodative stance ..

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Liquidity Adjustment Facility

Recently, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to extend liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) to Regional Rural Banks (RRB) to make liquidity management more efficient. The LAF was introduced in RBI in 1998 based on the recommendations of Narasimham Committee on Banking Sector Reforms. It is a monetary policy tool that enables banks to ..

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RBI Monetary Policy Committee Meeting: Key Highlights

The RBI recently held its Monetary Policy Committee meet. During the meet, the Reserve Bank of India has kept the repo rate unchanged at 4%. Repo rate is the rate at which RBI lends to banks. The Reverse Repo Rate is to continue at 3.35%. Key Highlights of the MPC meet The meeting concluded that ..

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