Rupee, bonds may see knee-jerk reaction, as Urjit Patel is considered an inflation warrior The markets have welcomed the government’s decision to appoint Urjit Patel as governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), and expect continuity of policy. Stock markets are likely to react positively on Monday as the uncertainty around the appointment of the new RBI governor has ended, with the government opting for stability by choosing one of Raghuram Rajan’s deputies as successor. Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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