The benchmark BSE index down 0.08 percent and the broader NSE index 0.15 percent lower, tracking Asian equities amid increasing tension in Ukraine.
The benchmark 10-year bond yield steady at 8.88 percent amid lack of fresh triggers with the rise in global crude oil prices seen limiting a fall in yields.
The rupee stronger at 60.51/52 per dollar compared with its close of 60.60/61 on Friday, after a large infrastructure development company was spotted selling dollars.
The benchmark five-year rate down 1 bp at 8.42 percent, while the one-year rate flat at 8.60 percent.
India’s cash rate at 8.90/8.95 percent against Friday’s close of 8.30/8.40 percent.
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