Prospects Of Deep Rate Cuts Are Low In India: Credit SuisseMani
Though the Reserve Bank of India left key rates unchanged in its recent monetary policy review, the prospects of deep cuts remain low after the 50 bp of front-loaded cuts last quarter, believe analysts at Credit Suisse.
Ashish Agrawal and Martin Yu of Credit Suisse, in their April 8 research note titled “Asia rates: India – reality check for a few,” point out that the weakness in bonds is temporary.
India: Aggressive expectations of a minority
The Credit Suisse analysts note that India’s central bank . . .
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