Indian Bond Traders To Weigh Rise In Crude Prices [24-01-2022]

Indian bond traders will weigh a continued rise in oil pricesand the central bank’s intervention in the debt market in recent weeks.

  • The ‘Others’ category data, which includes the central bank, showed Rs 1,820 crore of purchases on Friday, the highest in two weeks: CCIL data
  • RBI sold Rs 2,230 crore ($299.6 million) of bonds in the week to Jan. 14 after it sold Rs 5,640 crore in the week before that, separate data showed
  • RBI also bought Rs 70 crore of bonds in the secondary market
  • USD/INR fell 0.1% to 74.4275 on Friday
  • 10-year yields rose 1bps to 6.63% on Friday; underwriters rescued 5-year debt sale at auction
  • Global funds sold net Rs 3,150 crore of Indian Stocks on Friday: NSE
  • They bought Rs 156 crore of sovereign bonds under limits available to foreign investors, and added Rs 119 crore of corporate debt
  • State-run banks bought Rs 1,500 crore of sovereign bonds on Jan. 21: CCIL data. Foreign banks sold Rs 746 crore of bonds.

Source: Bloomberg

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