Overseas investors are selling India’s government bonds, but they still have faith in the nation’s corporate debt.
The turn of fortune for India’s rupee couldn’t be more rapid.
Aberdeen Standard Investments has some advice for investors in Indian bonds.
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Fiscal worries are back to haunt India’s sovereign bonds just after they posted the best quarter in four years.
Tumbling oil prices have delivered an early Christmas present to India’s currency market
New RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das had said that the inflation remains benign.
Yield on the benchmark 10-year bonds dropped 9 basis points to 7.44 percent.
The government has rushed to appoint Shaktikanta Das -- a former bureaucrat -- as the new RBI governor,
Patel’s shock exit dealt investors another uncertainty when they were already bracing for the state elections results.
Rupee non-deliverable forwards weakened the most since August on the news of RBI Governor’s sudden resignation.
RBI governor unexpectedly resigned amid public clashes with the government, roiling markets.
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Major exit polls showed Modi’s BJP and the opposition Congress party neck-and-neck in the central Indian states.
The Reserve Bank of India’s commitment for buying more debt is a “delight for markets”.
Corporate treasury departments in India have become concerned about credit risk.
Rupee was the only emerging-market Asian currency that weakened Monday as Brent prices rallied 6.2 percent to $62.4 per barrel.
Political uncertainty is emerging as the next key risk for the rupee.
The yearlong slide in rupee bonds has left lenders with billions of rupees in losses, prompting them to sell on rallies.
The dollar will weaken next year as the economic boost from fiscal policy wanes and rising interest rates start to hurt: Citigroup