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Apr 6th 2017

RBI Policy Good for INR, Sensex, Nifty Not Good for 10 year Gsec – RBI April 2017 Policy

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RBI policy will push up gsec yields with the 10 year gsec yield rising to 7% levels from current levels of 6.72%. High system liquidity will encourage search for yields along gsec and credit curves, though this will happen once the 10 year gsec stabilizes after a period of volatility.

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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