Yield-to-maturity in debt mutual funds continue to trend downwards

Wrong end of the curve: YTM of most scheme categories 15-65 bps lower at the end of April

Rupee, bonds market, funds

Abhishek Kumar Mumbai

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The yield-to-maturity (YTM) in debt mutual funds (MFs) has continued to trend downwards after hitting post-pandemic highs in February.

At the end of April, the YTM of most scheme categories

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