Reserve Bank of India ups foreign flow limit in bonds by over Rs 1 lakh crore for FY19
Updated : April 06, 2018 09:48 PM IST
The total debt limit will rise to Rs 5,94,600 crore by September 2018 and go up further to Rs 6,49,900 crore by end of the fiscal year from the present Rs 5,45,823 crore.
The limits on FPI investment in state development loans (SDLs) would remain unchanged at 2% of outstanding stock of securities.
On corporate bonds, the FPI investment will be fixed at 9% of outstanding stock of corporate bonds.
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