Fixed Income And Currency Market

28 Mar 2021

This chart points to rising G-sec yields in FY22

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10-year G-sec yields will rise sharply in FY 22 starting April 2021, as bond markets factor in high inflationary pressures on the back of very high levels of fiscal deficit.

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C S S Nikhil Bhargav
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