Government bonds largely flat with weaker bias, tracking the rupee, says dealers.
The September quarter current account deficit largely factored in, say dealers.
The benchmark 10-year bond yield flat at 9.05 percent, while the new 10-year bond yield 1 basis point higher at 8.75 percent.
India to sell 150 billion rupees of bonds on Friday, including 70 billion rupees of new 10-year paper.
More issue of new 10-year slightly negative, but issuance expected, says dealers.