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Read Between the Lines [20-12-19]

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Operation twist

Hat tip Vivek Singh Sir  ,
1) Operation Twist is when the central bank uses the proceeds from sale of short-term securities to buy long-term government debt papers, leading to easing of interest rates on the long term papers.
2) Whe RBI’s objective is to decrease the interest on long term lending, so that the company’s are able to borrow at cheaper rate for long term to promote economic grwoth…….then RBI purchases debt papers of long term maturity of govt. So, when RBI is purchasing the debt paper, that means RBI is giving loan/money for long term….which results in easy availability of money for long term…henceforth decreasing in long term ineterest rate.
3) If RBI will purchase long term bonds, then the price of long term bond will go up and the yield/return will be low/soften.  (If Rs. 100 bond paper (face value) with interest rate 8% is available in Rs. 110 in the market then the yield will be (Rs.8/Rs. 110)*100  = 7.27%

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