Analysis: Bond investors shun India, citing lack of reassurance from RBI


By Suvashree Choudhury and Manoj KumarMUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Amid all the noise about an increasingly hawkish U.S.

Federal Reserve, a trade war and higher oil prices, the Reserve Bank of India's silence is deafening, say investors piling out of the country's bonds.India has seen the largest bond outflows in Asia this year, and investors say the RBI's laconic communication has added uncertainty in an already challenging environment for emerging markets, especially those countries running current account deficits.The Indian rupee hit a record.....

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