Even before Interest Rates Started Rising, Short-term Debt Schemes Started Underperforming
Moneylife Digital Team 07 May 2022
When interest rates go up, debt products find it hard to perform. This is because there is an inverse correlation between interest rates and valuation of debt products. When interest rates rise, value of debt falls. Hence, mutual fund (MF) schemes, which invest in debt products (debt schemes), find their portfolios marked down and investors find that the net asset...
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