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| 05 March, 2021, 05:56 PM IST | E-Paper
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    Bond market to stay volatile, fund managers caution debt MF investors

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    The 10-year bond yield has been volatile in the last couple of weeks. The sharp uptick in the yields in the last week of August led to a dip in debt mutual fund NAVs. The yields have started hardening once again after a small respite in the first week of September.

    The 10-year bond yield has been volatile in the last couple of weeks. The sharp uptick in the yields in the last week of August led to a dip in debt mutual fund NAVs. The yields have started hardening once again after a small respite in the first week of September. Mutual fund managers believe that there could be volatility in the debt mutual fund space and investors should tread with caution. The 10-year bond yield went up from 5.94% on
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