Tighter spreads to spur flood of new Indian USD corporate bonds

A string of India’s public corporations will be tapping the US dollar bond market for the first time as narrowing spreads and low interest rates help them lock in unprecedented levels of cheap funding.

  • 22 Nov 2012

India’s public corporations are set to have a stronger presence in the Asian bond markets as record-low rates make the dollar bond a more attractive funding alternative compared with traditional methods of fundraising in local bank loans and rupee bonds.

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) said it will ...

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