monetary policy

Rationing of Credit

Rationing of credit as a qualitative instrument of credit control is a method used by the central bank to limit the amount and purpose of credit granted by commercial banks and other financial institutions to certain sectors or industries, according to the economic priorities and objectives of the central bank. Rationing of credit can be […]

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Reverse Repo Rate

Reverse repo rate is a term used in the banking and financial sector. It is related to the monetary policy of a country, which is the way the central bank manages the money supply and interest rates in the economy. Reverse repo rate is the opposite of repo rate. It is the interest rate which

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Bank Rate

Bank rate is an important concept in economics that affects the interest rates, money supply, inflation, and growth in a country. What is bank rate? Bank rate is the interest rate at which the central bank of a country lends money to commercial banks. For example, in India, the central bank is the Reserve Bank

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Repo Rate

Repo rate is the interest rate that the central bank of a country charges from the commercial banks when they borrow money from it. Repo rate is also called repurchase rate, which means that the commercial banks have to repurchase or buy back the securities that they sell to the central bank as collateral for

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