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7.282 +0.040    +0.55%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  India
  • Prev. Close: 7.242
  • Day's Range: 7.256 - 7.295
India 10Y 7.282 +0.040 +0.55%
Time Frame:
07/19/2022 - 08/19/2022
 
Date Price Open High Low Change %
Aug 19, 2022 7.282 7.264 7.295 7.256 0.55%
Aug 18, 2022 7.242 7.202 7.262 7.196 0.84%
Aug 17, 2022 7.182 7.251 7.251 7.164 -1.47%
Aug 12, 2022 7.289 7.331 7.331 7.286 0.30%
Aug 11, 2022 7.267 7.339 7.339 7.241 -0.59%
Aug 10, 2022 7.310 7.366 7.366 7.307 -0.52%
Aug 08, 2022 7.348 7.365 7.365 7.338 0.66%
Aug 05, 2022 7.300 7.136 7.322 7.110 2.00%
Aug 04, 2022 7.157 7.219 7.236 7.151 -1.17%
Aug 03, 2022 7.242 7.250 7.253 7.227 0.64%
Aug 02, 2022 7.196 7.204 7.228 7.185 -0.61%
Aug 01, 2022 7.240 7.357 7.357 7.240 -1.09%
Jul 29, 2022 7.320 7.301 7.330 7.255 -0.16%
Jul 28, 2022 7.332 7.372 7.372 7.309 -0.08%
Jul 27, 2022 7.338 7.385 7.385 7.336 -0.39%
Jul 26, 2022 7.367 7.410 7.414 7.367 -0.32%
Jul 25, 2022 7.391 7.399 7.399 7.360 -0.31%
Jul 22, 2022 7.414 7.417 7.432 7.402 -0.35%
Jul 21, 2022 7.440 7.471 7.471 7.440 -0.12%
Jul 20, 2022 7.449 7.471 7.471 7.434 0.20%
Jul 19, 2022 7.434 7.471 7.471 7.432 -0.04%
Highest: 7.471 Lowest: 7.110 Difference: 0.361 Average: 7.311 Change %: -2.084
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Bipin Kochar
Bipin Kochar May 05, 2022 2:25AM ET
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The current 10 year yield seems to have priced in an hike of repo rate of 5.2% during this fiscal.
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Feb 10, 2022 12:54AM ET
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good chance for long term bond holders to exit today. trajectory of rates is up and 10 year yield will gradually move above 7.5% now in 5 quarters.
rony cheng
rony cheng Feb 07, 2022 9:13AM ET
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this will crash market
praveen kumar
praveen kumar Oct 06, 2021 5:24AM ET
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should hold these levels ahead of MPC outcome..
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Oct 06, 2021 5:24AM ET
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maybe but heading towards 6.9% by April and 7.3% in the next 12 months.
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Aug 06, 2021 12:48AM ET
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bond party is now officially over. best exit early Jan. 2nd best exitv about 3 weeks ago. now long term gilts are hot potatoes. will stay away at least 18 months as 7.3% min expected if not higher on 10 yr GOI.
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Aug 06, 2021 12:48AM ET
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just reading between the lines of RBI policy announcement. expect a starkly different policy 2 policy meetings later.
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Jan 29, 2021 12:03AM ET
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all long term yields are tentative right now. especially with FM promising a once in a century budget which is widely expected to increase govt spending, hike fiscal deficit targets in the medium term, yields are likely to spike today or Monday after d announcement. especially since yields have stubbornly refused to go lower despite lower food inflation cooling means other macro economic headwinds will affect yields immediately on the upside. shorter end of the curve will protect bond portfolios in the near future.
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Jan 29, 2021 12:03AM ET
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more spike in yields to come as the budget outlay is presented. in all at least 20 to 30 basis points spike in this week possible. smart debt investors would have already exited long term debt in the last couple of weeks.
Divya Prakash
Divya Prakash Jan 29, 2021 12:03AM ET
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nice
Smart Leo
Smart Leo Jan 29, 2021 12:03AM ET
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what do you think rbi policy would be?
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Jan 29, 2021 12:03AM ET
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my guess is RBI will support to the bond markets but the bond markets will not be satisfied especially in light of record borrowings. interest rate cycle has bottomed out so yields will vd choppy. another 15 basis points hike in yields is my expectation by early next week. meaningful measures by RBI may come in next policy meet only.
Umesh Goswami
Umesh Goswami Dec 14, 2020 2:44AM ET
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Buy TATACOFFEE at 108-110 target 120-130
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Dec 03, 2020 9:38AM ET
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food inflation to that was stubborn is cooling off. with winter setting in vegetables and fruits already much cheaper. next policy i.e. Feb 2021 we can expect 25 to 35 bps cut at least
Amit Kumar Sarkar
Amit Kumar Sarkar Dec 03, 2020 9:38AM ET
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Yes,,I also think some rate cut is on hold.. Because unless this the yield might have moved more due to higher CPI and WPI
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Dec 03, 2020 9:38AM ET
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to understand food inflation all we have to do is check prices of veggies fruits in our daily lives. winter always reduces CPI and that's played out. inflation will reduce further till Feb at least so rate cut of 35 bps is expected by Feb latest. 10 yr can trend lower till 5.70 by then.
SANKHA BHATTACHARYA
SANKHA BHATTACHARYA Nov 30, 2020 9:20AM ET
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do you think bond yield increses in coming future? please suggest
Bernard Pereira
Bernard Pereira Nov 16, 2020 11:47PM ET
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despite higher inflation for successive months now, yields continue to trend low. seems like market has reconciled to the fact that inflation is a temporary number and will stabilize by Jan/Feb, and yields will trend lower due to continued loose monetary policy globally.
 
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