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Why RBI won't change rates even in February

Why RBI won't change rates even in February
The supply-side driven inflationary pressures, from food or fuel prices, would be mitigated by a neutral stance and a prolonged pause on rates, says Gaurav Kapur. Acting along the expected lines, the monetary policy committee (MPC) voted to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6 per cent and continue with a neutral policy stance.   Maintaining caution on inflation, with CPI inflation expected to rise above the target of 4 per cent in November, the MPC was expected to leave rates unchanged.
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