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Call money rates should stay between 5.60% and 5.70%, the range where it was last week. Mibor should hug the upper end of the LAF corridor. The government auction outflows will come out on Monday and T-bills will seen an inflow of about Rs 50,000 crore. No major redemptions are expected this week. Next being the reporting Friday, there could be some volatility towards the end of the week. CP/CD rates are more or less stable at the short end. Two-month CDs are being issued at around 6.10% and 3-month CDs at 6.40% and are likely to remain in the same range for the week. Most issuances are likely in the 2-month spectrum, as has ...
China just announced that its Q2 GDP came in at 10.3%, just below a consensus estimate of 10.5%. Surprisingly, for some odd reason the market seems to believe this "data." Although in retrospect, based on China's bottom up GDP goalseeking, the number, which we will show in a second is completely irrelevant, could very easily be true, based on two just announced stunners about the Chinese economy. The first comes from Fitch, which in a report released today titled Informal Securitisation Increasingly Distorting Credit Data, uncovers that China has in fact been massively ... Read More
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