Fixed Income And Currency Market

14 Mar 2022

RBI gave the market Rs 10 trillion on bonds in FY22 as yields rose continuously

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In the first half of fiscal 20221-22, RBI held g-sec yields from rising as it coerced markets to absorb government bond supply at lower yields. G-sec yields then started rising in the second half and is at its highest levels at the end of the fiscal year, leaving investors with high losses due to rising yields.

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