Fixed Income And Currency Market

2 Jan 2022

10-year G-sec yields worst performer in 2021, will it continue in 2022?

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10 year G-sec yield has risen in the year 2021 and has underperformed equities by over 20%. INR has largely remained steady in a Rs 74 to Rs 76 band. Outlook for gsecs is still negative given policy normalisation by central banks amid rising global inflation that threatens to be structural in nature.

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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