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Name the outgoing
chairman of the World 
Health Organisation (WHO) 
Executive Board
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Name the outgoing
chairman of the World 
Health Organisation (WHO) 
Executive Board
Time after time
Cold neighbourhood
Lower the temperature, defuse the issue
A milestone, a new beginning
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Name the outgoing
chairman of the World 
Health Organisation (WHO) 
Executive Board
Time after time
Cold neighbourhood
Lower the temperature, defuse the issue
A milestone, a new beginning
Time after time
?RBI reduced REPO RATE by 40 basis points (bps).
?It will reduce the cost of capital and ease the
financial burden on businesses.
?Since the lockdown began, RBI has shaved off
1.15%.
Repo Rate: 4%
Reverse Repo Rate: __
?It reserves some leverage for the future if economic
conditions deteriorate even further.
?Some say that economic activity is at its nadir and
there are not many investment proposals on the anvil
that may benefit from the lower interest rate.
Page 4


Name the outgoing
chairman of the World 
Health Organisation (WHO) 
Executive Board
Time after time
Cold neighbourhood
Lower the temperature, defuse the issue
A milestone, a new beginning
Time after time
?RBI reduced REPO RATE by 40 basis points (bps).
?It will reduce the cost of capital and ease the
financial burden on businesses.
?Since the lockdown began, RBI has shaved off
1.15%.
Repo Rate: 4%
Reverse Repo Rate: __
?It reserves some leverage for the future if economic
conditions deteriorate even further.
?Some say that economic activity is at its nadir and
there are not many investment proposals on the anvil
that may benefit from the lower interest rate.
?Existing borrowers will benefit.
?RBI deserves a pat on the back for listening to
feedback over some of its moves initiated earlier
during the lockdown.
?Extension of the repayment moratorium on loans
is a welcome measure.
?The RBI has also shown empathy by allowing
accumulated interest on working capital loans to
be converted into a term loan repayable by the
end of this fiscal.
?The increase in group exposure limit for banks to
30% from 25% will help large corporate borrowers.
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Name the outgoing
chairman of the World 
Health Organisation (WHO) 
Executive Board
Time after time
Cold neighbourhood
Lower the temperature, defuse the issue
A milestone, a new beginning
Time after time
?RBI reduced REPO RATE by 40 basis points (bps).
?It will reduce the cost of capital and ease the
financial burden on businesses.
?Since the lockdown began, RBI has shaved off
1.15%.
Repo Rate: 4%
Reverse Repo Rate: __
?It reserves some leverage for the future if economic
conditions deteriorate even further.
?Some say that economic activity is at its nadir and
there are not many investment proposals on the anvil
that may benefit from the lower interest rate.
?Existing borrowers will benefit.
?RBI deserves a pat on the back for listening to
feedback over some of its moves initiated earlier
during the lockdown.
?Extension of the repayment moratorium on loans
is a welcome measure.
?The RBI has also shown empathy by allowing
accumulated interest on working capital loans to
be converted into a term loan repayable by the
end of this fiscal.
?The increase in group exposure limit for banks to
30% from 25% will help large corporate borrowers.
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