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19 Mar 2013

RBI 19th March Rate Cut – Bond yield volatility is temporary

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Bond markets have nothing to look forward except fresh supply of government bonds starting April 2013. RBI has cut repo rate by 25bps as per market expectations but has indicated that it has low headroom to cut rates further.

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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