It is also called as discount rate. It is the rate at which reserve bank give loans to other banks and re-discounts the bills of exchange or first class bills of other commercial banks. Its main objective is to control the inflation. If RBI increase the rate of interest then other commercial bank also raise the rate of interest to the public because they get the loan from the RBI at high rate due to the situation of credit contraction.
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