The worst run of rupee losses in 16 years is set to extend.
Yield on the benchmark 10-year bond fell 10 basis points to 8.05 percent in Mumbai trading.
The next focus of risk for the nation’s oldest mutual-fund company now are the upcoming elections.
Revenue from GST totaled 944.4 billion rupees in September, falling short of the 1-trillion rupee monthly target.
In July, Suyash Choudhary warned a liquidity crisis is looming in India and funding costs for companies were set to soar.
As market worry looms, the Indian government will provide adequate liquidity to mutual funds and non-bank financial companies.
The central bank has been slowing its intervention efforts in recent months.
India’s rupee and sovereign bonds climbed as slowing inflation added to optimism.
Dangers in using overvaluation argument to not support the rupee during multiple lows, says Mizuho’s Varathan
India’s trade widening deficit and Fed rate hike to affect rupee, says DBS.
India’s current-account gap widened in the June quarter to $15.8 billion, hurt by higher payments for oil.
Forget Turkey and Argentina. The Indian rupee’s real bugbear is the price of oil.
A selloff in emerging-market currencies sharpened investor focus on countries with wide current-account deficits.
The worst may be over for India’s benchmark bond.
Findings of the examiner in the U.S. court will likely bolster the Indian government’s case against the fugitive diamond merchant.
Rupiah Headwinds Blow as Policy Makers Prepare for Rate Decision
Is the worst over for India’s much-battered bond market? Standard Chartered Plc and Nomura Holdings Inc. seem to think so.
Fear cash crunch lurks ahead of pace of rate hikes by banks, global trade war effect.
Trade war, an inflation-targeting RBI is pushing local money managers into safer and shorter debt securities.
Indian assets have become less attractive to overseas funds amid tighter global liquidity.
The 30-year bond veteran is back with another bold call.