What is the role of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in monetary policy? Option: Setting foreign exchange rates, Managing government debt, Controlling the money supply through interest rates, Regulating the stock market

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What is the role of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in monetary policy?

Setting foreign exchange rates

Managing government debt

Controlling the money supply through interest rates

Regulating the stock market

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What is the role of the Reserve Bank of India in managing fiscal deficit?

"Issuing government bonds"

"Controlling government spending"

"Setting tax rates"

"Regulating monetary policy"

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What is the primary function of the Federal Reserve Board (FRB)?

"To regulate the insurance industry"

"To issue charters to new banks

"To oversee the stock exchanges"

"To control the flow of money and credit conditions"

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What is the purpose of the Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) mandated by the RBI?

To limit the amount of loans banks can disburse to control inflation

To provide funds for the RBI to manage the country's foreign exchange reserves

To ensure banks maintain a minimum level of cash to meet depositors' withdrawal demands

To encourage banks to invest in government bonds and other liquid securities

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According to the article, what is the potential impact of the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) monetary policy on infrastructure investment?

"The RBI's monetary policy has no direct impact on infrastructure investment"

"A hawkish stance with policy rate hikes could hinder infrastructure investment"

"The RBI's policy is primarily focused on regulating the banking sector"

"A dovish stance with low interest rates would discourage infrastructure spending"

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Which of the following is a key RBI rate that influences borrowing costs for banks?

Inflation Rate

Repo Rate

Reverse Repo Rate

Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR)