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Prices inch up before 10-year supply  NEW YORK: US government debt prices edged up on Tuesday as safe-haven bids on nagging concerns about Europe's fiscal woes and the struggling US economy offset new debt sales by the Treasury. The Treasury sold $32 billion in new three-year notes on Tuesday at a high yield of 3.67 percent, the first in $66 billion in sales scheduled for this week. A $21 billion sale of ten-year notes on Wednesday is expected to generate relatively strong demand as US government bonds benefit from a lack of alternatives for investors seeking relatively low-risk debt. "The demand for Treasuries far outstrips the supply. Treasuries are the last man standing in regards to safe assets," said Lou Brien, market strategist at DRW Trading in Chicago. Concerns that Europe will fail to contain its debt crisis have led investors to seek out US debt after the euro slumped to a new two-year low against the dollar. Euro zone ministers ...

US 10-year notes edge up but supply caps gains  TOKYO: US 10-year Treasuries inched higher in Asian trade on Tuesday, supported by expectations that the US Federal Reserve has more easing steps to come but gains were limited ahead of this week's debt sales. The Treasury will sell $32 billion in three-year notes later on Tuesday. That will be followed by $21 billion in 10-year debt on Wednesday and $13 billion in 30-year bonds on Thursday. The yield on benchmark 10-year Treasuries edged lower to 1.51 percent ...
JGB 30-year bond yield inches down ahead of auction  TOKYO: Japan's 30-year government bond yield ticked down ahead of an auction of similar maturity later in the day, outperforming other sectors, with the benchmark 10-year yield off its nine-year low. The 30-year yield was down 0.5 basis point at 1.850 percent before the Ministry of Finance's auction of 700 billion yen ($8.79 billion) worth of the long-dated debt. The yield on 10-year cash bond inched up 0.5 basis point to 0.795 percent, off its nine-year low ...
Egypt central bank to offer 25bn Eg pounds in repos  CAIRO: Egypt's central bank said it would offer 25 billion Egyptian pounds ($4.13 billion) in seven-day repurchase agreements in the money market on Tuesday at a fixed rate of 9.75 percent. The bank introduced seven-day repos in March 2011 to manage short-term interest rates after the political and economic unrest that ousted President Hosni Mubarak. Last week, the central bank accepted 22 billion pounds, less than the 23 billion pounds it had offered. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
Bonds rise on hopes for more Fed purchases  NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices rose on Monday and benchmark yields fell, hovering just above historic lows, on bets that the Federal Reserve will embark on large-scale bond purchases to stimulate a sluggish US economy. Disappointing domestic job growth, together with Europe's debt crisis and China's slowing business activity, have increased speculation the US central bank is preparing to buy more bonds to lower long-term interest rates in a bid to spur borrowing and demand, ...
Mauritius 273-day T-bills yield falls to 3.37pc  PORT LOUIS: The weighted yield on Mauritius' 273-day Treasury bills fell to 3.37 percent at auction on Monday from 3.39 percent at a previous sale on June 22, the central bank said. The bank sold only 120 million rupees ($3.87 million) worth of bills from the 400 million on offer. It received bids worth 285 million rupees with yields ranging from 3.90 percent to 3.35 percent. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
US 10-year yield near 1-month low on growth worry  SINGAPORE: US 10-year Treasuries held firm as the yield hovered near a one-month low on Monday after last week's surprisingly weak jobs data stirred fresh concerns about the strength of the economy's recovery. Ten-year Treasuries held steady in price to yield 1.549 percent, down about 1 basis point from late US trade on Friday. The 10-year yield was not far from Friday's low of 1.537 percent, its lowest level since early June. "The firmness reflects concerns about ...


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