RBI may look to use some of its $420 billion of reserves to plug the dollar spending gap.
Traders can add one more reason to sell the Indian rupee.
The seven-month slide in sovereign bonds has convinced PSU’s to remain on the sidelines.
Traders in India are having a hard time selling bonds.
Modi's Cash Buildup Adds to Litany of India's Bond Market Woes
There is more pain ahead for the rupee thanks to a widening trade deficit and capital outflows, lenders say.
The $1.77 billion fraud unearthed at Indian lender is casting its shadow over the rupee.
India’s bonds dropped the most in 3 weeks as RBI minutes showed members were concerned inflation will accelerate.
The one group who actually wants to buy India’s bonds looks likely to remain shut out of most of the market.
The biggest holders of India’s sovereign debt are dumping.
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Religare Enterprises appointed Ashok Mehta, an independent director, as the interim CEO.
Governor Urjit Patel needs to keep interest rates low to ensure Modi can bridge a widening fiscal deficit.
India’s benchmark 10-year yield climbs 10 basis points as Modi widens budget deficit targets.
India’s sovereign debt was sold as regular use of regulatory help isn’t desirable, said an RBI official.
The surge in Indian bond yields is having a side effect: RBI is finding it harder to clear auctions.
In China, yields topped 4% last month as the deleveraging campaign sent bonds tumbling.
The rupee weakened 0.2 percent to 64.2675 to a dollar in a third day of declines.
Sensex, Indian Rupee dropped on trends point to close Gujarat polls.
While opinion polls are signaling a win for Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party, the margin of victory is seen narrowing.