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Why RBI retail direct is not an attractive investment option for common man

One of the main concerns of the RBI retail direct scheme is liquidity

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Reserve Bank of India | RBI

Manojit Saha  |  Mumbai 



RBI, bonds, OMO
Small Savings Instruments (SSI) – the interest rate of which is set by the government - pose the biggest challenge to the scheme

The Reserve Bank of India’s latest offering for retail investors - investing in government securities - is likely to fall flat as returns from the scheme are much less attractive compared to other available options.

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First Published: Tue, November 16 2021. 13:17 IST

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