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FIIs/FPIs have sold Indian equity shares worth Rs. 330 billion in the year 2018 and shares worth Rs. 29 billion in January 2019 (till 18th January). The Nifty Index futures witness[...]
Introduction In 2018, slowing growth, rising inflation, tightening monetary policy, political uncertainty, trade wars and geopolitical worries were the reasons why global currency [...]
In This Issue: Editor’s Column – 2019 Outlook in Negative for High Yield Credits Roller Coaster Ride in the US Junk Bond Market Weekly Issuer Data – AA and Below  Rating Upgr[...]
China’s economy is no longer supporting the world economy. Data from GDP growth to December exports show weakness in the economy and risks for growth are elevated with trade [...]
FIIs/FPIs have sold Indian equity shares worth Rs. 330 billion in the year 2018 and shares worth Rs. 26 billion in January 2019 (till 11th January). The Nifty Index futures witness[...]
Banks are growing credit much faster than deposits, taking up the ICDR or Incremental Credit Deposit Ratio to 122%. Banks are selling bonds to fund credit or borrowing from RBI or [...]
In This Issue: Editor’s Column – India Corporate Bond Information Exchange Gruh Finance May Lose Its AAA Rating After Merger Weekly Issuer Data – AA and Below  Rating Upgrade[...]
India’s GDP at current prices is estimated to have grown by 12.3% for fiscal 2018-19 as per the first advance GDP report published by the CSO. In fiscal 2016-17 nominal GDP growth [...]
INRBONDS.com encourages students to form their opinions on markets through their own research. We help with inputs to increase their knowledge, which will help them in their career[...]
In 2018 government bond yields movement was quite volatile, 10-year G-sec yield rose from 7.17% in January 2018 and touched a high of 8.18% in September 2018, then again fell to 7.[...]
In the month of December, Government bond yields fell on the back of RBI maintaining status quo on rates, CPI inflation for November 2018 printing at below RBI target of 4% and lar[...]
FIIs/FPIs have sold Indian equity shares worth Rs. 330 billion in the year 2018 and shares worth Rs. 20 billion in January 2019 (till 04th January). The Nifty Index futures witness[...]
In This Issue: Editor’s Column – Two Public Issues of Bonds with a Flat Yield Curve US Junk Bond Yields Are In a Bear Market Weekly Issuer Data – AA and Below  Rating Upgrade[...]
Table 1 gives the average returns of all funds. Large Cap, Mid Cap and Small Cap funds have outperformed BSE S&P Sensex index by wide margins. Lower valuations and strengthenin[...]

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