Interest Rate Changes and Duration Management

Snowflake IPO: A Rebound for the US Stock Market
Case Code: FINC177
Case Length: 13 Pages
Period: 2010-2020
Pub Date: 2021
Teaching Note: Available
Price: Rs.400
Organization: -
Industry: Wealth Management
Countries: India
Themes: Portfolio Management, Fund Management, Risk Management, Investment Decisions
Snowflake IPO: A Rebound for the US Stock Market
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Changing Interest Rate and Bond Market Performance in India

Making changes in the benchmark interest rates was a very effective monetary tool available to any central bank like the RBI. The RBI changed interest rates to make a trade-off between inflation on the one side and economic growth on the other. When inflation was spiralling up, the RBI tightened the monetary policy by increasing interest rates. This reduced money supply and combated inflation but, on the other side, the higher cost of borrowing impaired economic growth. When inflation had been brought under control, the RBI followed a liberal credit policy by cutting interest rates, which stimulated economic growth..

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