Indian shares trade higher with the broader NSE index up 0.42 percent after hitting its second consecutive record high on good foreign buying.
India’s benchmark 10-year bond yield up 1 basis point at 8.53 percent as foreign investors sold debt worth $82.14 million on Thursday after posting their biggest buy in a single session on Wednesday.
The partially convertible rupee little changed at 60.46/47 per dollar against its Friday’s close of 60.4650/4750 as expectations of RBI intervention cap broader dollar gains.
The benchmark five-year swap rate unchanged at 8.01 percent and the one-year rate down 1 basis point at 8.43 percent.
India’s cash rate at 8.15/8.20 percent against Friday’s close of 7.95/8.00 percent.
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