Indian linker would see strong international demand: Barclays

Global demand for the debut Indian inflation-linked bond will likely be high due to attractive total returns and the diversification opportunity, despite higher real yields on other EM linkers.

  • 21 Mar 2013

The Indian sovereign’s inaugural inflation linked bond will generate high international demand due to the scare supply of inflation-linked securities in emerging Asia, as well as attractive total returns, according to Barclays.

The Indian government has been mulling issuing an inflation-linked bond for a while, said Igor Arsenin, ...

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