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Takeaways from the RBI Monetary Policy meeting

In its first policy meeting after the Union Budget 2022, the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) kept the key interest rates constant on February 10 and maintained an accommodative stance. The MPC, led by RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das, has kept the status quo for the tenth time in a row.

The following are the important takeaways from the speech of Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das:

Both the repo rate and the reverse repo rate have been fixed at 4% and 3.35 percent, respectively, by the MPC. In addition, despite the elevated level of inflation, the panel maintained its so-called "accommodative" stance.

The MPC voted unanimously to keep the current interest rate and accommodative policy in place for as long as it is needed to keep growth and inflation within the target range.

GDP growth is expected to be 7.8% in FY23, according to the RBI. The central bank kept its growth forecast for the current fiscal year at 9.2%.

The 5.3 percent CPI inflation projection for FY22 has been maintained. In the second half of FY23, it is forecast to moderate closer to the 4.00 percent objective, allowing monetary policy to remain accommodative.

In December, retail inflation reached a five-month high of 5.59 percent, up from 4.91 percent in November, owing primarily to an increase in food costs. The MPC has been given the task of keeping annual inflation at 4% through March 31, 2026, with a maximum tolerance of 6% and a minimum tolerance of 2%.

Due to Omicron, there has been some lethargy in economic activity. Given the outlook for inflation and growth, as well as the uncertainties surrounding global spillovers and Omicron, the economy need continuing policy assistance.

In the face of global spillovers, the rupee has proven to be resilient. The current account deficit (CAD) is expected to be less than 2% of GDP in FY22. The RBI is dedicated to ensuring that the government borrowing plan runs smoothly.

It is proposed that the cap on e-vouchers be raised from Rs 10,000 to Rs 1 lakh.

Variable rate repo operations of various tenors will be done as needed in the future. Second, the major liquidity management instruments will be 14-day tenor variable rate repos and variable rate reverse repos. Third, fine turning operations will enhance these operations. Fourth, with effect from from March 1, the fixed rate reverse repo and Marginal Standing Facility will only be available between 5:30 p.m. and 11:59 p.m. on all days. 

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