Fixed Income And Currency Market

6 Apr 2020

Bond Markets Shiver Despite RBI Policy

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10 year benchmark bond, the 6.45% 2029 bond, saw volatile trading last week, falling by 30bps then rising from lows by 14bps. Bond markets got a whiff of impending rate cuts and took down yields from highs and once RBI announced its rate cuts on Friday, the markets took profits.

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