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In its first Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy for FY18, the MPC-panel maintained its pause on policy rates, whilst reiterating its neutral stance.
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The panel forecasts mild upside risks to its inflation projections, while GVA growth is expected to remain healthy at 7.4% for FY18.
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India’s consumer price-based inflation dropped to new record low of 2.99% in April on the back of decline in prices of food articles including pulses and vegetables.
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India’s WPI based on the revised 2011-12 series edged lower to 3.85% in April as manufactured goods and food articles indicated cooling of prices.
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Further fine-tuning the existing liquidity framework, RBI narrowed the LAF corridor to +/- 50 bps vis a vis the earlier +/- 100 bps.
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Consequently, the policy rates are as follows: 1. Repo rate: 6.25%, 2. Reverse repo: 6% , 3. MSF at 6.50%.
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India’s Industrial Production in March under the revised base year of 2011-12 slipped 2.7% as against 5.5% in Feb owing to weak performance in the manufacturing sector.
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