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India 10-Year Bond Yield

India 10-Year Bond Yield

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Jan 20, 2021 16:34 GMT· Reply
upender singh
upender singh

In my view dollar will be devalued and inflation should be high in coming years. So I am expecting higher yields in long term.   ... (Read More)

Jan 14, 2021 16:57 GMT· Reply
upender singh
upender singh

kaise hai sab log. There is lot of things happening in not only bond market but equity market as well. Please do not hesitate and share your views in this forum as frequently as you can.  ... (Read More)

Jan 14, 2021 16:54 GMT· Reply
SANKHA BHATTACHARYA
SANKHA BHATTACHARYA

is there any prospect in 2021 bond market? is there any chance of further rate cut in 2021? Is bond yield already formed a bottom in 5.7 region?   ... (Read More)

Dec 21, 2020 06:39 GMT· Reply
ishwar mali
ishwar mali

what is the face value of this bond  ... (Read More)

Dec 14, 2020 09:27 GMT· Reply
ishwar mali
ishwar mali

india 10 yr bond face value ?  ... (Read More)

Dec 13, 2020 09:54 GMT· Reply
Sandeep Dalvi
Sandeep Dalvi

Upender ji. Can debt MF sell their bonds in secondary market. As they hold large quantities & there is very less liquidity in secondary market.   ... (Read More)

Nov 17, 2020 00:32 GMT· 2 · Reply
Naveena Krishna
Naveena Krishna

wheter yield will reach to 5.7 level?  ... (Read More)

Oct 12, 2020 11:41 GMT· 1 · Reply
Naveena Krishna
Naveena Krishna

why yields are falling inspite of no rate cut by rbi today?  ... (Read More)

Oct 09, 2020 04:56 GMT· 1 · Reply
Darshan Vachhani
Darshan Vachhani

is the omo on 1st October likely to cool yields to about 5.9 ?   ... (Read More)

Sep 26, 2020 06:55 GMT· 5 · Reply
Darshan Vachhani
Darshan Vachhani

is the omo on 1st October likely to cool yields to about 5.9 ?   ... (Read More)

Sep 26, 2020 06:55 GMT· Reply
Krishnan PS
Krishnan PS

Unlikely for 10-Year Bonds to go below 5.9. Last few weeks there have been no takers for RBIs Bond auctions. With huge supply rush of bonds expected in the next few months, there will be excess supply and sellers will have to price the bonds attractively to gain subscription. I only see bond prices moving up from here.  ... (Read More)

Sep 12, 2020 03:55 GMT· Reply
Naveena Krishna
Naveena Krishna

can india 10 y bond yield reach 5.5 in September   ... (Read More)

Sep 03, 2020 15:33 GMT· 4 · Reply
Rasila Deshaval
Rasila Deshaval

why nav of gilt fund rise by 15 to 20 percent whereas 10 year bond is at around 6 percent. From where they are getting extra 10 to 15 percent from...   ... (Read More)

Aug 31, 2020 03:20 GMT· 4 · Reply
Urvish Sanghavi
Urvish Sanghavi

NAV of My Debt Fund is showing continuous downward trend. What could be the reason of this, as the Normal Market is in continuous upward trends. Howver, the investment in Debt Fund is completely risk free. What can we csay about such downfall? Can anyone explain.  ... (Read More)

Aug 29, 2020 05:47 GMT· 4 · Reply
M A Rizvi
M A Rizvi

What effect of rise in indian 10 yrs bond will have in debt mutusl fund  ... (Read More)

Aug 14, 2020 05:02 GMT· 2 · Reply
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira

latest auction results for 5, 14 year are below current prices. indicates market participants are bullish that yields will head lower. Near term 10 yr will drift towards 5.50 and rbi policies will support at least till economy revives which will be at least 2 years.  ... (Read More)

Jul 24, 2020 08:10 GMT· Reply
Naveena Krishna
Naveena Krishna

what is the bond mrket in august  ... (Read More)

Jul 17, 2020 06:14 GMT· 1 · Reply
Nagaraj P S
Nagaraj P S

7.15% floating rate bond at the time when 10yr yield is 5.78%. is it an indication that 10yr yield will go up to 6.7 range?  ... (Read More)

Jul 13, 2020 15:02 GMT· 2 · Reply
Umang Jain
Umang Jain

Anyone having exposure to debt market? I need a help  ... (Read More)

Jul 09, 2020 04:53 GMT· Reply
Gurpreet Singh
Gurpreet Singh

by the timing it looks like the indo-china face-off  ... (Read More)

Jun 16, 2020 14:16 GMT· Reply
singh hari
singh hari

what is the cause of increasing yield  ... (Read More)

Jun 16, 2020 12:32 GMT· Reply
sanjaykumarjain
sanjaykumarjain

hi  ... (Read More)

Jun 15, 2020 10:55 GMT· Reply
Nagaraj P S
Nagaraj P S

I suppose we can see 5.62 to 5.68 before pressure eases.  ... (Read More)

Jun 04, 2020 07:11 GMT· Reply
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