Fixed Income And Currency Market

2 May 2022

G-secs are at much less risk than UST and German Bunds

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US, Eurozone and India CPI inflation are at 8.5%, 7.5% and 7% respectively while 10-year bond yields are at 2.9%, 1% and 7.15%. The Fed and the ECB have a lot of catching up to do on Inflation as they are far behind the curve while RBI is in a better position. This is a strong point for inflows into G-secs.

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