Fixed Income And Currency Market

19 Mar 2016

Ten year bond yield to go down to around 7% in the first half of 2016-17

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Risk appetite in bond markets that was extremely low prior to 29th February budget 2016-17, has gone up considerably post budget. Bond yields have dropped by 30bps to 40bps in the five to thirty year segment of the government bond yield curve with the curve flattening by around 10bps in the ten over thirty segment of the curve.

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