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Clues by Admin • 9 Nov 2018, Friday
Buoyed by falling crude oil prices and RBI’s move to easy liquidity crisis, Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) have returned to a buying spree in the Indian debt market. They have bought nearly $1.26 billion in debt over the last ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 16 Aug 2018, Thursday
Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has raised Rs 195 crore by selling municipal bonds for the second time within four months, seeking to utilize the proceeds to meet the funding requirements of the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP). The bonds ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 8 Jun 2018, Friday
Bond Yields on the 10-year benchmark government bonds closed a little below 8% at 7.99% on Thursday, its highest level in two and a half years. The rise in yield followed the RBI’s decision to increase the repo rate by 25 ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 28 Apr 2018, Saturday
RBI has eased investment norms for overseas investors as it has withdrawn an investment cap that bars foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) from investing in Indian bonds with less than three-year maturity, a move that is expected to increase overseas investor ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 14 Apr 2018, Saturday
To reduce physical import of gold, the government has announced its first sale of sovereign gold bonds for FY19, even offering a discount of Rs 50 per gram to those who subscribe online and pay through the digital mode. The bonds ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 16 Mar 2018, Friday
In kits maiden issue, electoral bonds worth Rs 222 crore were sold. Donors can buy electoral bonds from scheduled banks to pay political parties without revealing their identities. Electoral bonds were issued in the Union budget of 2017-18 as a measure ... Continue Reading
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Clues by Admin • 16 Mar 2018, Friday
Bank frauds and a weakening rupee have triggered global funds to sell Indian bonds. India is Asia’s highest yielding debt market. This mass exit by foreign investors has sparked fears of further fall in bond prices. State run ... Continue Reading
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