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India govt says will borrow $25.48bn via treasury bills NEW DELHI: India will borrow a total of 1.4 trillion rupees ($25.48 billion) between January and March by selling treasury bills, the finance ministry said in a statement on Friday.   Center>Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...

India bonds edge lower on hopes of more OMO  MUMBAI: Indian federal bonds yields fell on Friday as strong interest was seen at the open market operations while the sale of 120 billion rupees in government debt attracted robust demand.   The easing also reflects expectations of continuity of OMOs by the Reserve Bank of India as the cash strain in the banking system remained severe.   Debt markets also benefitted from a safe-haven bid, as domestic stocks came under pressure as lenders were hit by profit-taking.   "We expects ...
India bond yields end up on RBI pause; focus shifts to growth  MUMBAI: Indian bond yields ended higher on Tuesday after the central bank kept key policy rates and the cash reserve ratio unchanged, but the rise was capped as the Reserve Bank of India said it would shift its focus to growth, reinforcing expectations of easing as early as January.   Bonds also gained as traders interpreted the hold in the CRR as a signal that the RBI will do more open market operations (OMOs).   The liquidity deficit in ...
India bond yields, near-end swaps at 7-week low on hopes of RBI easing  MUMBAI: Indian bond yields and near-end swaps fell to seven-week lows on Monday on hopes that the central bank will cut the cash reserve ratio (CRR) and signal a rate cut as early as January at its policy review on Tuesday.   Strong October factory output data and a surprise fall in headline inflation in November have cemented hopes the Reserve Bank of India will stick to its previous guidance of a rate cut in the January-March ...
India bond yield, 1 year OIS at over 6 week low as inflation eases  MUMBAI: Indian benchmark federal bond yields and the short-end swaps fell to an over six-week low after data showed headline inflation plummeted in November, reinforcing expectations of a policy rate cut as early as January.   India's headline inflation rate, measured by wholesale prices, hit a 10-month low, rising 7.24 percent in November from a year ago, compared with 7.45 percent in October.   "Today's move is essentially on the inflation number, and the 10-year yield could drop to ...
Palm oil slips, Greek deal supports  SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil futures edged down on Tuesday, as traders booked profits from a near one-week high after Greece's international lenders agreed on a financial aid deal that boosted market optimism.   On the local front, investors are watching Malaysian palm oil output to gauge whether stocks will reach another record high, especially after the latest cargo surveyor data pointed to weaker export demand.   "Demand is tepid with rumours that India may import on domestic shortfall. Speculators ...
Indian bond yields down as govt assures of no added borrowing MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields edged lower on Monday after the finance minister assured that the government will stick to its borrowing plan as it attempts to close a budget shortfall amid some revenue raising setbacks.   Chidambaram confidently predicted on Saturday that he would be able to contain the deficit to 5.3 percent of GDP.   Traders, who had positioned for the government to borrow up to 400 billion rupees extra from the market, unwound some of their ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyApril 16, 2015
Reserves $16.818 bln