Even as the RBI\u2019s monetary policy committee (MPC) significantly revised the inflation projections downwards, it maintained a cautious stance on account of several uncertainties. The H2 FY19 inflation forecast was cut to 2.7-3.2 percent from 3.9-4.5 percent earlier by the committee in its latest outing. Here\u2019s are 6 key concerns that may upset your household budget: 1)RBI said in its policy statement that prices of various food items are at \u00a0\u201cunusually low levels\u201d and there is a risk of sudden reversal. Also read: Share market LIVE updates: Sensex, Nifty trade lower ahead of RBI policy meet outcome; HUL shares gain 1% 2)The MPC believes that uncertainty \u00a0continues about the exact impact \u00a0of MSP on inflation going ahead. 3)There is an uncertainty on the medium-term outlook for crude oil prices on account of global demand \u00a0conditions. 4)The global financial markets continue to remain volatile, MPC statement said. 5)Even as households\u2019 near-term inflation \u00a0expectations have moderated in the latest \u00a0round of the Reserve Bank\u2019s survey, one-year ahead expectations remain elevated and unchanged, it added. 6)The \u00a0fiscal slippages at the centre and state levels may \u00a0influence the inflation outlook, heighten market volatility \u00a0and crowd out private investment, it added. In addition, the staggered impact \u00a0of HRA revision by state governments may push up headline inflation. GDP growth GDP growth for 2018-19 has been projected at 7.4 percent (7.2-7.3 percent in H2) as in the October policy, and for H1 2019-20 at 7.5 percent, with risks somewhat to the downside. "The demand outlook as reported by firms polled in the Reserve Bank\u2019s IOS has improved in Q4. Based on an overall assessment, GDP growth for 2018-19 has been projected at 7.4 percent (7.2-7.3 per cent in H2) as in the October policy, and for H1:2019-20 at 7.5 percent, with risks somewhat to the downside,\u201d RBI MPC said. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today kept the key lending rates unchanged at 6.5 percent at its fifth bi-monthly monetary policy review in the year.