Bonds, gold may lose sheen as investments: RBS

by Paul Joseph on January 24, 2013 · 0 comments

British lender RBS report says stock markets will turn attractive and bonds and gold are likely to lose their sheen this year as domestic growth revives following the recent reforms and the improving global environment.   RBS Private Banking India Chief Investment Officer Rajesh Cheruvu , said “We expect that equity markets to perform well in this calendar year with the Nifty touching 6,700 level by the end of the year. As far as bonds are concerned, the benchmark 10-year bond yield should fall by 80 basis points to 7.3 per cent by the year-end.”   Referring to the real economy, Cheruvu said the revival of the domestic economy is likely in the current year. “We hope the economy will grow 6.3 per cent in 2013 against an expected 5.3 per cent in 2012 due to the recent reform measures, and the possible monetary easing by the RBI,” he said. On the inflation front, the report said the price index is likely to be average at 5.4 per cent in FY14 against an expected level of 7.6 per cent in FY13.   However, the report pointed out that a lot depends on the forthcoming budget in the backdrop of the forthcoming general elections slated for early 2014. He also said the demand for gold may come down as the global economic environment improves this year.   Source – PTI ©2009 Copyright by Invest In India

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