Fixed Income And Currency Market

27 Jun 2021

Why is RBI not issuing new 10-year G-sec?-Weekly Fixed Income Analysis

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The 10-year g-sec yield is a reference level for pricing all other bonds and even loans. Global investors base their research and investment decisions based on the 10-year g-sec yield movement.

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