View: What India needs is a corporate bond market, not a new DFI
The demand for a term-lending institution to fund infrastructure is pure nostalgia and has little to grounding in reality.
Cabinet may soon take up first corporate bond ETF
The ETF will have bonds of some central public sector units as underlying.
BSE to conduct mock session for Bharat Bond ETF on Dec 11-12
Bharat Bond ETF would be the first corporate bond exchange-traded fund (ETF) in ...
Bharat Bond ETF anchor quota subscribed 1.7 times
India's first corporate bond exchange-traded fund (ETF), Bharat Bond ETF's, anchor investor quota was subscribed 1.7 times on Thursday. Anchor investors included private and public banks, private and public insurers as well as foreign portfolio investors among others.
Bharat Bond ETF opens for subscription
The ETF is a government initiative and Edelweiss AMC was given the mandate to design and manage the product.
ET Explains: What's making the pass-through of RBI's policy decisions sticky
The issue of lack of monetary transmission hasn't cropped up suddenly and is something that has been a matter of concern for the RBI in ensuring the pass-through of its policy decisions. The matter snowballed in the last few months after the RBI observed that the effects of its rate cuts are not being felt in terms of interest rates coming down.
NSE Indices launches Nifty Bharat Bond Series
The indices will have a base date of November 29, 2019 and a base value of 1,000.
RBI keeps rates unchanged due to inflation pressure, lowers growth estimate again
The six-member monetary policy committee (MPC) vote was unanimous, RBI said in a release.
Has Guv Das turned hawkish? Key takeaways from RBI money policy
The MPC revised down real GDP growth for 2019-20 from 6.1% in October policy to 5%.
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5 reasons why RBI didn't go for rate cut
The Reserve Bank of India on Thursday maintained the status quo on policy rates in its fifth bi-monthly monetary policy review of the financ...
RBI to see full pass through of previous rate cuts before taking any action
The Reserve Bank of India justified its decision to pause its policy rate action by maintaining the repo rate at 5.15 per cent. This was not in line with the market consensus which expected a 25 bps (one bps is 0.01 per cent) reduction of the benchmark policy repo rate by the central bank. Spike in inflation was one of the main reasons for not doing so.
RBI Monetary Policy December 2019: Key takeaways
While announcing the observations and decisions of the Monetary Policy Committee's meet for December 2019, Governor Shaktikanta Das announce...
Debt ETF an opportunity for retail investors to invest in quality PSU bonds: Experts
The New Fund Offer (NFO) of this ETF is expected be to launched during December itself.
What’s in it for you: 10 things to know about bond ETFs
The Bharat Bond ETF aims to provide funds to CPSEs and other government organizations.
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