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Lesson--3 Open Market Operation Repo Rate and its Implication
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RBI-3 Open market operation, Repo rate and its implication

Rishi Jain
MBA,PGDFM Author of Bhavishya Arthik Patrika(for Civil Services), worked in SBI group for 7 years, teaching indian economy to UPSC student

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After listening to the point about demonetisation I can only say that out of all the educators I can't trust this one. The first one I have seen on this platform.
Palak Sharma
3 years ago
Hi Digvijay, I don't believe that any judgement can be passed on the basis of few points. Every economic activity has positive and negative externalities. May be you are not a supporter of this policy, I might be, but that's all about views. Nothing more, nothing less. :)
Hi Ms. Palak, you have every right in this world to support whatever you think I am not commenting on that, I am nobody to take that right from you but when it's about educating the people or students you should mention that this is what you personally feel but can not be applicable generally. I made this comment based on your statement, no offence though.
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Palak Sharma
3 years ago
It's a course on Economic Survey and what the survey states has to be delivered here. Hence, I did my job. :) Thanks for the review anyway!
My pleasure :)
u r best explainer sir, thank you for saving my time
it's wonderful sir, thanks a lot sir, in starting ur volume is not audible plz enhance it.
Sir I am really grateful to you.... u made economy sooo simple.... thank you so much sir
Kuub man lagakar padoo....saying motivated me lot sir...
  1. OMO (Open Market Operation) Buy Sale Government Securities


  2. OMO - Inflation Sale Deflation Buy


  3. In the context of Indian Economy,' Open Market Operations' refers to a. b. c. d. Borrowing by scheduled banks from the RBI Lending by commercial banks to industry and trade Purchase and sale of government securities by the RBI None of the above


  4. Repo Rate Reverse Repo Rate


  5. Repo Rate THE RATE AT WHICH RBI GIVES SHORT TERM CREDIT TO BANK WHEN REPO RATE INCREASE DECREASE IN CREDIT CREATION OF BANK DECREASE IN LIQUIDITY FOLLOW DEAR MONEY POLICY .CONTROLINFLATION DECREASE MONEY SUPPLY


  6. WHEN REPO RATE DECREASES; . CHEAP MONEY POLICY


  7. Buy Salo CRR SLR Ropo RovOrso Ropo LAF MSF RBI Credit Control Quantitative Qualitative Selective Credit Control Open Market Operation Variable Reserve System Bank Rate Rationing of credit Moral Suaison Direct Action SLR Buy Sale CRR Reverse Repo Repo MSF LAF