Yield spread signals more surge in India bond rates, say analysts

The Indian bond market on Friday closed at a yield of 6.753 per cent, marginally up from Thursday's 6.746 per cent

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Illustration | Higher yield on 10-year GoI bonds would push interest rates and that will impact asset prices, including equities

Investors should brace for a further rise in the yield on the benchmark 10-year Government of India (GoI) bond as the spread remains lower than the historical average. The yield

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First Published: Jan 29 2022 | 6:05 AM IST

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