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Business Live: RBI cuts reverse repo rate to 3.35%; GDP growth in 2020-21 to be in negative territory, says Governor Shaktikanta Das

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News video: Equity indices flat ahead of RBI Governor's press meet

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Equity benchmark indices were flat during early hours on Friday as Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Shaktikanta Das prepared to address a press conference. Reports said he could announce the continuation of liquidity support measures to support the economy in view of COVID-19 lead countrywide...

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