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Prices up on Europe fears; long end gains after Fed statement NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices rose on Thursday after falling for two straight sessions as worries about deflation in the euro zone prompted investors to seek safety in government debt. Gains were more pronounced in US 10-year notes and 30-year bonds, with investors getting away from the short end of the curve and buying the long end on the expectation that the Federal Reserve will raise rates next year.On Wednesday, the Fed said it has ended its bond-purchase program. A stronger-than-expected US gross domestic product growth number for the third quarter did little to ease investors' aversion to risky assets. Analysts said GDP growth was boosted by defense-related spending and less by consumer and business expenditures, which market participants wanted to see. "It's a beat, but GDP was propped up by defense spending," said Tom di Galoma, head of rates and credit trading at ED&F Man in New York. ...

Italy's 5-year debt costs rise at auction, 10-year yields stable MILAN: Italy's five-year borrowing costs rose on Thursday at a bond auction as investors fretting about the euro zone's prospects amid slowing global economic growth have increasingly turned to safer assets in recent weeks. Benchmark 10-year yields however remained broadly unchanged as Italy paid 2.44 percent to sell a 2024 bond against 2.45 percent a month ago. The bid-to-cover ratio for the sale of the 10-year bonds was 1.48 versus 1.34 then. Italy sold a ...
Treasury prices ease ahead of Fed policymakers' gathering NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices eased on Tuesday as global equities markets rose and as investors awaited the results of a U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers' meeting that could move markets.Prices of 10-year Treasury notes were last off 6/32, after narrowing deeper losses, and were yielding 2.28 percent. The 10-year yield closed at 2.266 percent on Monday."The market is waiting on the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee)," said Wilmer Stith, fixed income portfolio manager at Wilmington ...
US bond prices up on economic data, Brazil election NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices rose on Monday in a safe-haven bid on concerns about weak U.S. economic data and the steep drop in Brazil's stock market following the re-election of incumbent leftist Dilma Rousseff.Economic data on the world's largest economy wobbled again on Monday, with a slowing in the U.S. services sector and a less-than-expected rise in pending home sales, elevating U.S. bond prices.U.S. government 30-year bond yields, which move inversely with prices, ...
Romania sells more Feb. 2025 debt than planned BUCHAREST: Romania sold a more than planned 593.8 million lei ($170.1 million) worth of Feb. 2025 treasury bonds on Thursday, with the average accepted yield at 3.93 percent, central bank data showed.Debt managers, who had planned to sell 500 million lei, last issued the paper last month at an average yield of 4.36 percent.Earlier this week, the European Union state raised 1.5 billion euros in a 10-year Eurobond issue, pre-financing some of its funding needs ...
Prices off as global markets recover NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices posted their second straight day of declines on Friday as Wall Street and European stock markets bounced back from a sharp sell-off. Benchmark 10-year notes, which rose in price by as much as 3 points on Wednesday on fears over the global economy, were off 12/32 on Friday to yield 2.172 percent in early New York trading. "Some reason has returned to the market," said Sharon Stark, fixed income strategist ...
US bond prices fall on Fed's Bullard remarks NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices fell mid-morning Thursday with the 30-year bond losing more than 1 point after St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said the U.S. central bank might want to consider maintaining its bond purchase program to help the economy."Inflation expectations are dropping in the U.S., and that is something that a central bank cannot abide," the regional Fed chief told Bloomberg television. "We have to make sure that inflation and inflation ...

 



 
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