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  • 10-year yield seen between 8.15- 8.20%: Sridhar Jan 20, 2011 08:13 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8.15- 8.20%: Sridhar

    The bond market is watching out for RBI's monetary policy next week. The street is concerned about RBI's stance on inflation and interest rates. The tight liquidity situation is also a worry. The 10-year yield is seen between 8.15- 8.20%, says RVS Sridhar, Axis Bank.

  • 10-year yield seen between 8.15- 8.25%: Ramanathan K Jan 19, 2011 08:11 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8.15- 8.25%: Ramanathan K

    The bond market is expected to be rangebound. The direction in the market is likely to be decided by the upcoming monetary policy. The 10-year yield is seen between 8.15- 8.25%, says Ramanathan K, ING Investment Management.

  • 10-year yield seen between 8.23- 8.28%: Bagla Jan 18, 2011 08:07 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8.23- 8.28%: Bagla

    The bond markets are expected to remain weak ahead of auctions this week. The market is trying to price in the possibility of rapid front ended rate hikes due to high inflation. The 10-year yield is seen between 8.23- 8.28%, says Sandeep Bagla, ICICI Sec Primary Dealership.

  • 10-year yield seen between 8.05- 8.15%: Ananth Narayan Jan 14, 2011 08:18 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8.05- 8.15%: Ananth Narayan

    The bond market is positioned light right now. The market also continues to be nervous about inflation. The 10-year yield is seen between 8.05- 8.15%, says Ananth Narayan, Standard Chartered Bank.

  • 10-year yield seen between 8.15- 8.20%: RVS Sridhar Jan 13, 2011 08:00 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8.15- 8.20%: RVS Sridhar

    The bond market may remain steady today with investors drawing comfort from the improvement in the liquidity situation, says RVS Sridhar, Axis Bank.

  • 10-year yield seen between 8.10- 8.20%: Ramanathan K Jan 12, 2011 08:00 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8.10- 8.20%: Ramanathan K

    After the sharp correction, bond markets are expected to be rangebound today supported by buyback and comments that the monetary policy shouldn't be the only aggressive tool to control inflation. I expect a moderation in IIP numbers. The 10-year yield is seen between 8.10- 8.20%, says Ramanathan K, ING Investment Mgmt.

  • 10-year yield seen between 8.18- 8.23%: Prabhu Jan 10, 2011 07:58 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8.18- 8.23%: Prabhu

    The bond market will remain cautious with a negative bias on concerns about surging inflation. Investors are watching out for the extent of rate hike by the RBI. The 10-year yield is seen between 8.18- 8.23%, says Suresh Prabhu, Money Market Analyst.

  • 10-year yield seen between 8.15- 8.25%: Narayan Jan 07, 2011 08:08 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8.15- 8.25%: Narayan

    The bond market is worried about possible monetary policy action as a result of high inflation. Liquidity continues to ease. I expect higher underwriting cut-offs in today's auction and this could raise some concerns amongst market participants. The 10-year yield is seen between 8.15- 8.25%, says Anantha Narayan, Standard Chartered Bank.

  • 10-year yield seen between 8- 8.10%: Ramanathan K Jan 05, 2011 08:11 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 8- 8.10%: Ramanathan K

    The bond market may continue to be weak on the fresh issue of 7.80% 2020 paper. The buyback announcement of illiquid securities would also have a negative impact on sentiment. The 10-year yield is seen between 8- 8.10%, says Ramanathan K, ING Invst Mgmt.

  • 10-year yield seen between 7.91-7.96%: Prabhu Jan 03, 2011 08:09 AM IST

    10-year yield seen between 7.91-7.96%: Prabhu

    The bond market is likely to remain subdued with a negative bias. There is a possibility of RBI action on interest rates later this month given the high food inflation and oil prices. The 10-year yield is seen between 7.91-7.96%, says Suresh Prabhu, Money Market Analyst.

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