Fixed Income And Currency Market

28 Feb 2021

10yr G-sec yield trending to 7% in H1FY22 is a strong possibility

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Bond markets are increasingly worried about the inflationary effects of fiscal pump-priming by governments and ultra-loose monetary policy by central banks across the globe. Normally, governments want to borrow and spend and are not worried about inflation while central banks act against government-driven inflation. However, due to the covid pandemic, central banks are encouraging governments to borrow and spend and also want inflation to rise.

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