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Dire outlook will prompt further monetary easing

The continued rapid spread of COVID-19 in India and the need for prolonged containment measures has plunged the economy into a double-digit contraction this year. A tepid fiscal response means the recovery will underwhelm too. The dire economic situation will prompt the Reserve Bank to loosen policy further: we think markets are wrong to expect no further rate cuts over the coming months.

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