Indian real estate sector has been undergoing a lot of changes in the last few years.
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RBI has not changed repo-rate in its bi-monthly policy review. Markets were expecting 25 basis points rate cut but now the expectations have been delayed by two months.
RBI announced no change in repo-rate while majority of market experts were looking for at least 25 basis points cut.
Mercedes Benz has added another high-selling SUV to its range in the Indian market.
RBI has maintained the same repo-rate in its latest policy meeting. The street was expecting 25 - 50 basis points cut in repo-rate.
RBI has left the rates unchanged while the market was expecting at least 25 basis points cut.
Real estate sector was expecting 25 basis points cut in repo-rate by RBI but as the rates have been left at the previous level, the event won't have much of impact on real estate sector.
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