Fixed Income And Currency Market

25 May 2019

Bond Yields to Fall on Rate Cuts, OMOs

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The election victory for the ruling NDA party has taken out political risk from bond markets and also ensures continuity of fiscal policy, as laid out in the interim budget for fiscal 2019-20. Bond yields fell sharply on rate cut hopes and increased liquidity infusion by the RBI.

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