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.
The Reserve Bank of India probably intervened to the tune of $2.5 billion in May.
State lenders have been bond buyers in 7 out of past 8 sessions through July 3 for the first time since Nov 2017.
Bonds advance, damping fears of higher fiscal cost to woo farmers.
Rupee depreciation may squeeze profitability at the Indian banks as it raises their funding costs.
Indian Rupee Falls to a Record Low Against the Dollar
Barclays sees rupee weakening to 72 per dollar by end of 2018.
Modi’s Farm-Price Move to Set Direction for India Bond Markets
Authorities have rolled out, or are mulling, new measures after steps in March failed to revive demand for bonds.
Global fund managers are applauding a move by India to deregulate the prices of bonds sold by the country’s states.
India’s benchmark bond yield jumped above 8 percent last week for the first time in three years.
The rupee snapped a two-day drop and ended 0.3 percent stronger following the RBI’s decision on Wednesday.
The RBI joins its peers in emerging markets who have raised rates to counter capital outflows and weaker currencies.
The interest-rate cycle in India is turning.
The Indian rupee rallies by the most since November.
PM Narendra Modi and the rupee face a similar predicament -- old foes have re-emerged to keep them in check.