Repo Rate

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Repo Rate is a banking term, which usually reflects the rate (or interest) central banks charge commercial banks to lend the money in the event of shortfalls of funds. Central banks also manage inflation by repo rate by increasing/ decreasing the repo rate at the times of higher inflation and deflation, respectively.
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