Fixed Income And Currency Market

12 Mar 2023

Indian banks too are facing huge MTM losses in g-secs

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The SVB collapse has brought to the fore the risks of government bonds when central banks artificially held down yields to allow governments to borrow heavily. India has seen heavy government borrowing in the last two years when yields were kept low by RBI and banks are invested in g-secs at much higher prices than what they are today.

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