The common cost of market borrowing for states rose 12 foundation level to 7.77 per cent on Monday, growing for the third consecutive week.
The cost of funds has seen a cumulative hike of 31 foundation factors (bps) through the previous three weeks.
At the most recent public sale of debt, 10 states raised Rs 19,500 crore on Monday, drawing down the complete quantity indicated for this week.
The weighted common cut-off of the debt rose by 12 bps to 7.77 per cent from 7.65 per cent within the final public sale, regardless of the weighted common tenor declining to 13 years from 15 years, Aditi Nayar, chief economist at Icra (*12*), stated in a observe.
Before the yields started to climb three weeks in the past, for 4 successive weeks the charges had been falling and had touched a low of seven.46 per cent.
She attributed the spike within the cut-off to the rise in US treasury yields and the hike within the 50 bps repo charge by the RBI final Friday. Reflecting the hardening rate of interest regime, the 10-year G-secs (Government Securities) yield elevated to 7.47 per cent from 7.29 per cent final Tuesday.
Similarly, the weighted common cut-off of the 10-year state bonds rose to 13 bps to 7.79 per cent from 7.67 per cent final week. Accordingly, the unfold between the weighted common 10-year state debt and G-secs yield eased to 32 bps from 38 bps in the identical interval.
At Monday’s public sale, Rs 8,900 crore or 46 per cent of the overall issuance was in longer tenors and Rs 6,600 crore or 34 per cent had been within the 10-year bucket. The stability Rs 4,000 crore or 21 per cent had been raised by Maharashtra as an eight-year debt.
Punjab borrowed Rs 400 crore in 20-year tenor at 7.7 per cent, whereas Kerala raised Rs 400 crore in 25-year tenor at 7.7 per cent which was decrease than the weighted common cut-off of seven.79 per cent of the 10-year tenor.
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