Fixed Income And Currency Market

14 Feb 2022

Potential shortfall of Rs 5 trillion in demand for g-secs and SDLs for FY23

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Heavy supply of G-secs and SDLs for fiscal 2022-23 is seeing a huge gap in demand and this will lead to rising g-secs yields or higher inflation if RBI prints money to invest in g-secs.

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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