Debt Market Update _ July 14

Announcements below in the Union Budget in July 2014 were the major factors that affected the debt market:   Banks  were permitted to raise long-term funds for lending to infrastructure sector, with minimum regulatory pre-emption such as CRR, SLR, and Priority Sector Lending (PSL)   Rate of tax on long-term capital gains increased from 10%…

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Liquidity is likely to improve considerably

Debt Market View _ May 2014   May was eventful, with Modi-led BJP swamping the general elections and forming the central government by gaining majority and thus, boosting market sentiments.   WPI for Apr-14 stood at 5.20% compared with 5.70% in Mar-14.   RBI at its bi-monthly policy on June 03, 2014 announced the following:…

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Strong demand for the money market and 2Y bonds pulled the yields down

April started with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announcing its policy on April 01, 2014, where the RBI decided to do the following:   Keep the policy repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) unchanged at 8.0% Increase the liquidity provided under 7-day and 14-day term repos from 0.5 per cent of net…

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Debt Market View April 14

The combined CPI inflation for Feb-14 came at 8.10% (8.79% for Jan-14) largely driven by a sharp drop in vegetable prices. WPI based inflation for Feb-14 eased to 4.68% compared with 5.05% in the previous month.   Government borrowing for 2014-2015: Borrowing Type Amount (in Rs. Crores) G-Sec Gross Borrowings 597000 G-Sec Net Borrowings 457000…

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Will the RBI give a boost to the economy?

RBI maintains status quo on key interest rates in today’s policy review. As discussed earlier events trigger momentum and another such event has taken place today outcome of this was on expected lines. The RBI has not increased key interest rates. Market consensus was inclined towards neutral to positive direction of interest rates in terms…

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