RBI curtailing liquidity to pull up the Indian Rupee (INR) has caused more pain than gain. The INR gained by one Rupee from levels of Rs 60.20 to the USD to Rs 59.20 while the ten Read More
RBI actions of trying to prevent INR volatility has led to carnage in fixed income markets. Overnight money market rates are higher by 200bps, one year Certificate of Deposits (CD)Read More
RBI’s move to curb Indian Rupee (INR) volatility will actually lead to more volatility for the currency. The Central Bank has basically pointed fingers at cheap liquidity in the doRead More
Indian Economy RBI will have to cut rates post 30th July Policy Review Economic data for the first quarter of 2013-14 does not bode well for GDP growth. Data from vehicle sales to Read More
The fluid macro economic environment coupled with 30th July RBI policy review will keep bond markets nervous for the next couple of weeks. The ten year benchmark bond, the 7.16% 20Read More
Friday Podcast 12th July 2013 Transcript of Podcast This Podcast topic is on “Do not Position Portfolios based on Central Bank Policies”. Central Banks policies and actions can leaRead More
Financial assets in India are looking much better than physical assets in terms of potential returns given the risk taken. Investments in Indian equities and bonds are likely to geRead More
The reversal of the USD fortunes is a lesson for many India bashers. In continuation to this article where many USD bears have been forced to rethink on their analysis, sell India Read More
The reversal of the USD fortunes is also a lesson for many India bashers. The US Dollar (USD) is looking strong. The US economy is showing signs of steady growth ahead even as econRead More
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The better than expected June 2013 job numbers in the US took up ten year US treasury yields by 20bps. The benchmark ten year US treasury closed last week at levels of 2.73%, the hRead More
Friday Podcast 5th July 2013 Transcript of Podcast This Podcast topic is on “Will Liquidity Get into Surplus Territory?” Liquidity conditions in the system have eased considerably Read More
The relationship between the CAD (Current Account Deficit), Indian Rupee (INR) and Government Bond yield is not as simple as it looks. In theory a rising CAD hits the INR negativelRead More
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