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Lesson-4 Repo and MSF and its implication
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Repo and Marginal standing Facility 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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sir scheduled commercial bank maximum kitna loan le sakhti hai??
please sir provide us orvclasses
sir i hv no words to ty as this is the subject i felt left abt also special thnxs to roman sir for making so many efforts n find such brilliant minds to help us selflessly ty agajn
I'm just surprised sir is this the same subject by which I was feeling uncomfortable.No words to express my gratitude sir G.long live thankx alot.Thankx seems just little for this.i tried sleepy classes, followed many guys here but no body is in comparison to you.thankful may you live long and may God shower his blessings upon you.
Rishi Jain
2 years ago
Thanks Nisar for your kind words.
awesome way of teaching, hats off to you sir
  1. OMO (Open Market Operation) Buy Sale Government Securities

  2. Repo Rate Reverse Repo Rate

  3. Repo Rate Marginal Standing Rate

  4. Marginal Standing Facility Rate Related with repo rate Over the night loan .Above repo rate .Penalty rate SLR(Statutory Liquidity Ratio) as security . Only scheduled commercial bank eligible Minimum loan-1 crore

  5. The terms 'Marginal Standing Facility Rate' and 'Net Demand and Time Liabilities', sometimes appearing in news are used in relation to a. Banking operations b. Communication networking c. Military strategies d. Supply and demand of agricultural products

  6. Consider the following statement about MSF(Marginal Standing Facility) 1. It is related to the both Repo and Reverse repo 2. It is also called Rediscounting rate 3. It is the rate charged by RBI to the bank for overnight loan 4. It is always less than repo rate Which of the above statement is/are correct Codes a. 3 and 4 b. 2,3 and 4 c. 1,2 and 3 d. only 3