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4 Jun 2021

Corporate bonds to party as RBI opens floodgates on liquidity

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RBI is buying government bonds worth Rs 2.2 trillion in the first half of fiscal 2021-22 and is actively buying USD, adding more liquidity in the system. Corporate bonds, especially high yield bonds will see strong demand as investors search for yields

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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