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Explained: Bonds, yields, and inversions

As talk of a recession gets louder globally, bond yields are being keenly watched. A government bond yield curve most accurately reflects what investors think about current and future economic growth prospects.

Yields harden as RBI holds fire for now

The RBI noted that banks had cut base rates by around 30 bps while the cumulative reduction in policy rate was 75 bps in 2015.

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RBI buys gilts worth Rs 6,157 cr via OMO

The RBI purchased Rs 6,156.74 crore of govt bonds through an open market operation auction.

Technology shines but banking,infrastructure funds fare worst in Q2

Banking funds emerged as the worst performers for the three months to September.

Forming new bonds

India must lift restrictions on foreign investment in rupee denominated debt

Government bonds trade bearish,call rate ends higher

The Government bonds securities (G-Sec) traded bearish on selling pressure from banks and corporates,while call rate finished higher at the overnight call money market due to good demand from borrowing banks.

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FIIs pull out a whopping $5.3 bn from Indian debt markets in just a month

Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) have pulled out a whopping $5.3 billion from the Indian debt markets in just a month and the bulk of this has been in government bonds,dealers said.

Government bonds securities stay bearish,call rate ends lower

The government bonds securities (G-Sec) continued to remain bearish on selling pressure from banks and corporates,while call rate ended lower at the overnight call money market here on Tuesday due to lack of demand from borrowing banks.

Strong demand from FIIs for govt debt quotas

Foreign investors bid heavily in an auction for quotas to buy government bonds on Monday,even after Standard & Poor’s reiterated its “negative” outlook for the country,as a cut in a key debt investment tax has contributed to a rally in markets.

Government bonds recover on good demand,call rate ends lower

The 8.15 per cent G-Sec maturing in 2022 surged to Rs 101.18 from Rs 100.99,while its yield went down to 7.96 per cent from 7.99 per cent.

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