RBI Policy

30 Sep 2022

Expect sharper rate hikes as INR touches Rs 85-RBI MPC Review-30th Sep 2022

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RBI rate hike of 50bps is not enough to stem currency market volatility that is reeling under a global crisis in bonds caused by inflation and ultra-low yields kept by central banks. Markets will sell INR and test RBIs resolve to support the currency.

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