Subhadip Sircar Bloomberg


'Subhadip Sircar Bloomberg' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Rupee Carry Trade Gets A Boost From Government's Corporate Tax Cut

    Rupee Carry Trade Gets A Boost From Government's Corporate Tax Cut

    Carry trades work by investors borrowing in a lower-yielding currency, such as the yen or the euro, and putting the money into one with higher rates. Indian sovereign bonds offer the second-highest yields among major bond markets in Asia.

  • Rupee Set For Worst Monthly Loss In 6 Years

    Rupee Set For Worst Monthly Loss In 6 Years

    Weak fundamentals aside, the currency is also in a seasonally weak month. The rupee has slid an average 2.3 per cent in August over the past nine years, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Yet this time, the losses are much larger than usual and have erased gains accumulated in June and July.

  • Government's Record Debt Sales Before Polls May Pressure Bonds

    Government's Record Debt Sales Before Polls May Pressure Bonds

    Investors have turned skittish about the health of India's finances amid signs that the government is ready to sacrifice fiscal discipline as it weighs an aid package to appease farmers, a key voting block.

  • After Largely Painful 2018, Rupee May Be Top Performer In 2019

    After Largely Painful 2018, Rupee May Be Top Performer In 2019

    The rupee jumped 2.1 per cent over Monday and Tuesday, its biggest two-day gain since September 2013, before ending little changed on Wednesday.

  • Rupee Fall Has A Surprising New Reason: Not Oil, But RBI

    Rupee Fall Has A Surprising New Reason: Not Oil, But RBI

    Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel's comments Friday that the rupee's drop is moderate in comparison to emerging market peers and that the central bank doesn't have any target in mind unnerved investors who were expecting the authority to boost its defense of Asia's worst-performing major currency.

  • RBI May Go Slow On Rate Hike, Has To Pace Tightening: Investor

    RBI May Go Slow On Rate Hike, Has To Pace Tightening: Investor

    On Thursday, banks were allowed to dip further into statutory reserves to help them meet their liquidity ratio requirement, a step that would boost cash available for lending.

  • RBI Has Enough Reserves To Salvage Rupee From Record Low: Report

    RBI Has Enough Reserves To Salvage Rupee From Record Low: Report

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been slowing its intervention efforts in recent months as emerging markets faced a rout and oil prices surged.

  • Rupee Set For Best March Quarter Since 1975 As Foreigners Pour $12 Billion

    Rupee Set For Best March Quarter Since 1975 As Foreigners Pour $12 Billion

    The rupee climbed 0.2 percent to 64.8175 per dollar in Mumbai Friday, taking its gain this month to 2.9 percent. The three-month advance is the biggest for any quarter since the period ended September 2012.

'Subhadip Sircar Bloomberg' - 8 News Result(s)

  • Rupee Carry Trade Gets A Boost From Government's Corporate Tax Cut

    Rupee Carry Trade Gets A Boost From Government's Corporate Tax Cut

    Carry trades work by investors borrowing in a lower-yielding currency, such as the yen or the euro, and putting the money into one with higher rates. Indian sovereign bonds offer the second-highest yields among major bond markets in Asia.

  • Rupee Set For Worst Monthly Loss In 6 Years

    Rupee Set For Worst Monthly Loss In 6 Years

    Weak fundamentals aside, the currency is also in a seasonally weak month. The rupee has slid an average 2.3 per cent in August over the past nine years, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Yet this time, the losses are much larger than usual and have erased gains accumulated in June and July.

  • Government's Record Debt Sales Before Polls May Pressure Bonds

    Government's Record Debt Sales Before Polls May Pressure Bonds

    Investors have turned skittish about the health of India's finances amid signs that the government is ready to sacrifice fiscal discipline as it weighs an aid package to appease farmers, a key voting block.

  • After Largely Painful 2018, Rupee May Be Top Performer In 2019

    After Largely Painful 2018, Rupee May Be Top Performer In 2019

    The rupee jumped 2.1 per cent over Monday and Tuesday, its biggest two-day gain since September 2013, before ending little changed on Wednesday.

  • Rupee Fall Has A Surprising New Reason: Not Oil, But RBI

    Rupee Fall Has A Surprising New Reason: Not Oil, But RBI

    Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel's comments Friday that the rupee's drop is moderate in comparison to emerging market peers and that the central bank doesn't have any target in mind unnerved investors who were expecting the authority to boost its defense of Asia's worst-performing major currency.

  • RBI May Go Slow On Rate Hike, Has To Pace Tightening: Investor

    RBI May Go Slow On Rate Hike, Has To Pace Tightening: Investor

    On Thursday, banks were allowed to dip further into statutory reserves to help them meet their liquidity ratio requirement, a step that would boost cash available for lending.

  • RBI Has Enough Reserves To Salvage Rupee From Record Low: Report

    RBI Has Enough Reserves To Salvage Rupee From Record Low: Report

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been slowing its intervention efforts in recent months as emerging markets faced a rout and oil prices surged.

  • Rupee Set For Best March Quarter Since 1975 As Foreigners Pour $12 Billion

    Rupee Set For Best March Quarter Since 1975 As Foreigners Pour $12 Billion

    The rupee climbed 0.2 percent to 64.8175 per dollar in Mumbai Friday, taking its gain this month to 2.9 percent. The three-month advance is the biggest for any quarter since the period ended September 2012.

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