6 years ago in Banking

What is a Repo Rate ?

[A] It is a rate at which RBI sell government securities to banks
[B] It is a rate at which banks borrow rupees from RBI
[C] It is a rate at which RBI allows small loans in the market
[D] It is a rate which is offered by banks to their most valued customers or prime customers
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Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 4 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying It is a rate at which banks borrow rupees from RBI is correct answer

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ANAND TIWARI - 4 years ago

ANAND TIWARI from Bhusawal, India is saying It is a rate at which banks borrow rupees from RBI is correct answer

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saddam hussain - 4 years ago

saddam hussain from Delhi, India is saying It is a rate at which RBI sell government securities to banks is correct answer

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Arti Mishra - 4 years ago

Arti Mishra from Mainpuri, India is saying It is a rate at which banks borrow rupees from RBI is correct answer

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SONI MESHRA - 4 years ago

SONI MESHRA from Mainpuri, India is saying It is a rate at which RBI sell government securities to banks is correct answer

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