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Pakistani Dollar Bonds Fall After Indian Government Revokes Kashmir's Special Status

The bonds have been under pressure in recent days on renewed tension over Kashmir, which is claimed by both India and Pakistan.

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India Bond Yields Fall As Finance Minister Backs Rate Cuts, Reaffirms Foreign Bond Issue Plan

"I'll honestly wish (for a) rate cut ... and yes, a significant rate cut would do a lot of good for the country," Nirmala Sitharaman told newspaper Economic Times in an interview published on Monday.

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India To Raise Significant Portion Of Sovereign Overseas Borrowing Via 30-Year Bonds

The government has met several foreign bankers over the last two weeks and sees an appetite for long-term sovereign bonds, the official said adding the bonds will likely be issued in tenors of 10 years and above.

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Moody's Assigns Investment Grade Rating To IREDA's Masala Bond

Moody's Investors Service has assigned a Baa3 rating to Indian Renewable IREDA's $300 million equivalent Indian rupee-denominated senior unsecured bonds (the so-called IREDA Green Masala Bond)

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‘EPFO To Trim Investments In AAA Bonds; May Pump Rs 3,000 Crore’

The Employees Provident Fund Organisation or EPFO at a recent meeting decided to cut the current investment of Rs 15,000 crore in AAA-rated bonds by Rs 3000 crore and invest that amount in AA+bonds

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Three Tips To Maximize Your Equity Mutual Fund SIP Returns

An estimated 6 lakh new systematic investment plans (SIPs) are being added by the industry each month – with a large chunk of them flowing into equity oriented mutual funds

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Rupee Rallies To 3-Week High At 64.27 Against Dollar

The rupee rose 17 paise to hit a 3-week high of 64.27 against the dollar in late morning trade on persistent selling of the greenback by banks and exporters on the back of lower dollar overseas

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Lower Govt Borrowings To Help Bond Market, Says Sebi

Lowering of government borrowings as announced in the budget from Rs 5.80 lakh crore to Rs 3.48 lakh crore during the current fiscal would augur well for the corporate bond market, a Sebi official said.

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Currency-to-GDP Ratio To Reach 9 Per Cent By March End: Nomura

Money in circulation is rising again in India post demonetisation and at the current rate, currency-to-GDP ratio will reach about 9 per cent by March — sufficient to stabilise economic activity, says a report

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Rupee To Fall To Record Low Over Coming Year: Poll

The rupee is expected to fall further against the US dollar this year to a record low, hit by rising global bond yields and an economic blow from New Delhi's dramatic currency crackdown launched two months ago

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Dollar Flight Brings Rupee Within Striking Distance Of 69

The rupee struggled to maintain its earlier red-hot form as it came strikingly close to the 69 mark against the dollar towards the end of 2016, from the year's high of 66.25 in September, with over US Dollar 2 billion pullout by FIIs taking a big toll

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Rupee Further Recovers From All-time Low, Regains 9 Paise

The rupee on Friday recovered from its 39-month closing low by rising 9 paise to 68.64 against the dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on fresh selling of the US currency by banks and exporters

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Rupee Hits New Record Low Of 68.86, Plunges 30 Paise

The rupee on Thursday collapsed to a fresh life-time low of 68.86 against the dollar by crashing 30 paise amid sustained foreign capital outflows with investors being inclined towards US dollar hoping protectionist measures by President-elect Donald Trump

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No Plans To Devalue Rupee, Market To Determine Value, Says Finance Ministry

The Indian currency fell abruptly after devaluation reports, but trimmed losses after denial from the government

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Rupee Falls On Report Of Ministry's Call For Weaker Currency; Finance Ministry Denies

The rupee has been one of worst performers in Asia so far this year on subdued dollar inflows and persistent RBI intervention to bolster forex reserves

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