The Reserve Bank of India decided today that they will keep the Repo steady at 7.50%, along with cutting the interests rate by 50 points to support the nation's growth.

On the other hand the Indian Bonds continued to rise after India's decision to cut interest rates, where Indian bonds fell for ten years increased by 8.09%, yet the RBI announced that the inflation may decline in the near future.

on the other hand, India's economic growth is weakening more than anticipated and inflation remains high as the rupee's fall threatens to stoke price pressures, as a result the RBI cut the interest rate by 50 pointes, and the expectations were inaccurate, where economists expected that the RBI will leave the interest rate unchanged.

In conclusion, growth slowdown and the high inflation along with the currency pressures have added more pressures on the policy makers, yet they took fierce choices today.