Govt should issue bonds across maturities to make futures liquid: Sebi

There should be regular issuance of government bonds across maturities to make the underlying market of interest rate futures more liquid, the Securities and Exchange Board of India Chairman UK Sinha said on Tuesday.

Sinha was speaking at the launch of bond futures contracts on the National Stock Exchange, with the 7.16 per cent 2023 and 8.83 per cent 2023 bonds as underlying.

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