RBI To Hike Foreign Investment Level For Government Bonds

Current quotas for foreign investment in government bonds has been almost fully exhausted, RBI said.

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RBI To Hike Foreign Investment Level For Government Bonds

The changes in limits would be effective as of Oct. 3.

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Thursday it would raise the foreign investment limits for government bonds by 80 billion rupees ($1.22 billion) to 2.5 trillion rupees for the October-December quarter, after current quotas had been almost fully exhausted.

The RBI said the limits for long-term investors in government bonds would be raised by 60 billion rupees, while the limits for general investors would be raised by 20 billion rupees.

The banking regulator also raised the limits for state development loans by 62 billion rupees, with 47 billion rupees of that raised for long-term investors and 15 billion rupees for general investors.

The changes in limits would be effective as of Oct. 3.

 
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