State Bank of Pakistan kept its policy rate unchanged at 13 percent on Tuesday, amid fear of fiscal slippages and concern that inflation may not have peaked, report said. The country's economic outlook was mixed, the central bank said in a statement. It saw some risk of inflation while the economy gradually stabilized. Moreover, uncertainty regarding the outcome of ongoing fiscal consolidation, resolution of electricity problem, and timing of official foreign inflows call for prudence at this point, the bank said. Inflation has come down from record levels set last year but fears remain of commodity prices rising again especially international oil prices, the central bank said.