Indian Credit Derivative Mart Lagging

The Indian credit derivatives market appears to be lagging behind other sectors, according a Reserve Bank of India report.

  • 31 Mar 2009
The Indian credit derivatives market appears to be lagging behind other sectors, according a Reserve Bank of India report. The report by the RBI’s Committee on Financial Sector Assessment noted that the equity, government securities, fx and money markets along with their corresponding derivative segments have become “reasonably ...

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