India’s monetary policy, bond yields and the rupee

We think investors are still overestimating the chances of a significant tightening of Indian monetary policy, and that this will help keep a lid on the country’s long-term bond yields and put some further downward pressure on the rupee.
Thomas Mathews Markets Economist
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