Leading Exchanges - BSE and NSE will launch new interest rate futures (IRF) contracts offering 7(point)17 per cent yield on government bonds from today. The 10-year-benchmark bonds will mature on January 8, 2028.

An IRF is a contract between a buyer and a seller agreeing to the future delivery of any interest-bearing asset such as government bonds. Banks, primary dealers, mutual funds, insurers, FIIs, corporates and brokers, as well as retail investors trade in this product.

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