HDFC to increase at least 2.5 billion rupees via bonds

HDFC to increase at least 2.5 billion rupees via bondsThe nation’s leading mortgage-lender HDFC Limited intends to increase at least Rs 2.5 billion via 10-yr loans at 8.98%, 3 arrangers to the deal said.

The issue starts as well as ends on Nov. 26, they said.

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