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The RBI increased the repo rate by 50 basis points to 5.40% in last week. The increase in the repo rate results in higher EMIs for new loans and longer loan terms for current floating rate loans.On the other hand, since rate increases have been sufficiently priced in, stocks may continue to rise.
Rate increases may have a negative effect on the real estate market and may cause a slowdown in demand. However, we continue to be bullish on banks and predict increased margin and profitability in the BFSI sector.
The market welcomes the decision despite pressure on new investment as the inflation curb process is also a good time to invest in zero debt companies. RBI encourages indirectly debt funds, mutual funds and deposits.
FMCGs are tackling the situation with product diversity and pack size, a good destination for you from this Monday.
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