What is the term used to describe a central bank's stance indicating a likelihood of future interest rate increases? Option: Neutral, Hawkish, Accommodative, Dovish

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What is the term used to describe a central bank's stance indicating a likelihood of future interest rate increases?

Neutral

Hawkish

Accommodative

Dovish

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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?

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

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

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

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

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What is the term for the banking strategy where the central bank gradually ends quantitative easing?

"Fiscal Cliff"

"Quantitative Tightening"

"Pump Priming"

"Tapering"

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

Regulating the stock market

Controlling the money supply through interest rates

Managing government debt

Setting foreign exchange rates

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What is the impact of high interest rates on corporate borrowing and economic growth?

High interest rates have no significant impact on borrowing or economic growth.

High interest rates lead to increased inflation and economic instability.

High interest rates encourage borrowing and accelerate economic growth.

High interest rates discourage borrowing and slow down economic growth.

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What is the role of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) in influencing stock markets?

MPC determines borrowing and lending rates

MPC controls government spending

MPC regulates foreign exchange markets

MPC sets the tax rates for businesses