Emerging Asian bonds, currencies have had trouble this year and investors in the region are bracing for more in the near-term.
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While FIIs are returning to India’s bond market amid optimism it may have turned a corner, locals still see yields rising.
Benchmark yields dropped seven basis points to 7.70%, the lowest close since May 8.
Buying opportunities showing up in India and Malaysia, according to BNP Paribas Asset Management.
India’s central bank is on course to raise interest rates for a second consecutive policy meeting.
From the U.K. to India, bond investors have been joining their U.S. counterparts in driving yield curves flatter
Bonds in Indonesia, India and Australia are witnessing flattening yield curves with tightening dollar liquidity.
Bonds advance, damping fears of higher fiscal cost to woo farmers.
Kamal Mahajan says he’s being asked just one question: how did he make money as peers lost $4.4 billion.
The state-owned banks are largely staying out of it due to their piling bad loans problem.
India’s benchmark bond yield jumped above 8 percent last week for the first time in three years.
India’s 10-year bond yield climbed amid concern about quickening inflation and the government’s budget deficit.
Asian currencies’ recovery will face a crucial test when the major crude producers meet in Vienna later this month.
The RBI joins its peers in emerging markets who have raised rates to counter capital outflows and weaker currencies.
An emerging-market selloff that’s hit India hard presents its central bank with a choice.
Overseas funds have pulled $4.5 billion from the local debt market since the start of the year.
A shrinking correlation between markets in India and those in the rest of the world is one reason to buy its assets.
The Indian rupee rallies by the most since November.