Fixed Income And Currency Market

11 Sept 2023

How long will yield curve inversion sustain?

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The g-sec yield curve is flat to inverted and has been so for a while now. Banks, the largest holders of g-secs, are finding that they are earning negative returns from g-sec investments as their borrowing costs are high with deposit rates at over 7.5%. How long can this last?

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