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Jan 17, 2018
Government cuts size of additional borrowing from Rs 50,000 cr to Rs 20,000 cr saying it is enoughOn 27 December, the government had stated that it would raise additional market borrowing of Rs 50,000 crore
Dec 28, 2017
Govt's higher borrowing of Rs 50,000 crore means there will necessarily be fiscal slippageThe alternative is to have central govt breach fiscal deficit target and borrow more from the market, which is being done now
Nov 14, 2017
India's 10-year bond yield at over 13-month high as inflation disappointsTraders expect bond yields to rise further as state-run banks, usual buyers in secondary market, sit on heavy losses.
Aug 26, 2016
RBI lets banks issue 'masala bonds', to accept corp bonds in LAF"These measures are intended to further deepen market development, enhance participation, facilitate greater market liquidity and improve communication," an RBI release said.
Aug 03, 2016
Govt says EPFO investments in equities fetched over 12% return in a yearEPFO started investing in exchange traded funds (ETFs) in August last year and has invested Rs 7,465 crore till 30 June, 2016
Nov 19, 2015
G-secs volume takes a tumble as RBI employees strike workOver 17,000 employees of the Reserve Bank are on a 'one-day mass casual leave' to protest against the reforms being undertaken by the government at RBI and also to seek better retirement benefits.
Jun 11, 2015
BSE plans to launch trading in govt bonds in demat formLast month, BSE had introduced an 'overnight liquid fund' product on its mutual fund platform, BSE STAR MF.
Feb 09, 2015
SLR cut credit positive for banks, says Moody'sThe Reserve Bank decision to reduce the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) is credit positive for banks as it would help them manage liquidity and increase profitability, Moody's Investors Service said today.
Sep 27, 2014
Modi govt cuts annual borrowing target by Rs 8000 crThe Central Government on Friday said it would borrow Rs 2.40 lakh crore from markets in the second half of the current fiscal, Rs 8,000 crore less than the annual estimate.