Uma vez, num vilarejo, apareceu um homem anunciando aos aldeões que compraria macacos por $10 cada. Os aldeões sabendo que havia muitos macacos na região, foram à floresta e iniciaram a caça aos macacos. O homem comprou centenas de macacos a $10 e então os aldeões diminuíram seu esforço na caça. Aí, o homem anunciou que agora pagaria $20 por cada macaco e os aldeões renovaram seus esforços e foram novamente à caça.
Logo, os macacos foram escasseando cada vez mais e os aldeões foram desistindo da busca. A oferta aumentou para $25 e a quantidade de macacos ficou tão pequena que já não havia mais interesse na caça.
O homem então anunciou que agora compraria cada macaco por $50! Entretanto, como iria à cidade grande, deixaria seu assistente cuidando da compra dos macacos.
Na ausência do homem, seu assistente disse aos aldeões: “Olhe todos estes macacos na jaula que o homem comprou. Eu posso vender por $35 a vocês e quando o homem retornar da cidade, vocês podem vender-lhe por $50 cada.” Os aldeões, espertos, pegaram todas as suas economias e compraram todos os macacos do assistente.
Eles nunca mais viram o homem ou seu assistente, somente macacos por todos os lados.
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#India’s state-run banks - already bruised by the sprawling Punjab National Bank fraud case and soaring provisions for bad loans - are facing much higher losses on their bond holdings, according to Credit Suisse. The brokerage warned that state-run banks, which are typically the largest investors in sovereign securities, could lose more than 200bn rupees ($3.1bn) in the January-March quarter, due to a continued spike in bond yields and as they held more bonds than are required by the regulator.
The benchmark 10-year bond yield has risen as much as 48bps so far in Jan-March, leaving bond prices on track for their third straight quarter of losses. Credit Suisse estimates that India’s state banks hold on an average about 10 percent more sovereign bonds than required by regulations, putting bank bond holdings at the highest level in 12 years.
India's state-run banks facing over $3 bln of losses on bonds in Jan-March - Credit Suisse
Global funds are dumping Indian #bonds at the fastest pace since December 2016 as a bank fraud and a weakening rupee sap confidence in #Asia’s highest-yielding major debt market. Foreign holdings of government and corporate notes are set to drop for a fifth week, having fallen 146.6bn rupees ($2.3bn) since Feb 9.
The selling by overseas funds threatens to exacerbate a sovereign-bond rout that’s inflicted losses worth billions of rupees on state-run banks - the biggest holders of the securities - prompting them to stay away from the market. The 7-month carnage has also spurred calls for intervention by the Reserve Bank of India. The yield on benchmark 10-year sovereign notes climbed 126bps in the last 7 months, the longest stretch in at least 2 decades.
Global Funds Are Dumping Indian Bonds at the Fastest Pace Since 2016
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