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NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices retreated on Tuesday as US stock market gains and a better-than-expected bid for a Spanish short-term debt auction curbed the bid for safe-haven US government debt. US Treasuries prices rose on Monday when the euro zone crisis seemed to heat up after the yield on Spain's key 10-year debt rose to a five month high above 6 percent, a level seen as unsustainable. But on Tuesday, a good reception for a Spanish debt auction spelled relief. Spain sold a more-than-planned 3.2 billion euros ($4.2 billion) of 12- and 18-month bills, drawing good demand from domestic banks. Yields rose sharply as expected. The result knocked safe-haven German Bunds off their highs and sent US debt prices lower. The better auction results encouraged a risk on trade and US stocks advanced, aided by corporate earnings results. But losses in the Treasury market were modest. Nervousness remains ahead of a longer-term Spanish bond ...

LONDON: US Treasury prices fell in Europe on Tuesday as a short-term bills auction in Madrid went better than expected, cooling some of the worries that Spanish budget problems could escalate into a new round of euro zone financial stress. Spain sold a more-than-planned 3.2 billion euros ($4.2 billion) of 12- and 18-month bills, drawing good demand from domestic banks, but yields rose sharply as expected. The result triggered some profit-taking from investors that have sold Spanish ...
LONDON: The European Union is planning to bring its third long-dated benchmark of 2012 later on Tuesday, providing a test of investors' appetite for eurozone debt as the region's sovereign crisis show signs of escalating again. Lead managers Barclays, Deutsche Bank, DZ Bank and HSBC are gauging investors thoughts at mid-swaps plus mid to high 80s for the 26-year transaction. The trade will have a size of EUR1bn minimum and will price later today. The transaction comes ...
NEW YORK: US Treasuries were steady at higher levels, with the 10-year note below 2 percent, on Monday after the US government released retail sales data for March. The benchmark 10-year note was up 1/32, yielding 1.98 percent, little changed from late Friday. US retail sales rose more than expected in March as Americans took high gasoline prices in stride and bought a range of goods, suggesting the economy's growth in the first quarter did not slow ...
LONDON: US 10-year Treasury yields traded below the psychologically important level of 2 percent on Monday as concerns over Spain's finances fuelled appetite for safe-haven bonds, but trade was muted before retail sales data. Ten-year US Treasury yields were steady at 1.99 percent but could fall further below 2 percent as concerns over Spain put investors off riskier assets. Spanish 10-year yields rose above the important 6 percent level on Monday as concerns over the country's finances ...
TOKYO: US Treasuries firmed in Asia on Monday, with the benchmark yield edging further away from 2 percent as investors' appetite for risk faded on new worries about the European debt crisis. The yield on Spain's benchmark government bond soared on Friday after data showed Spanish banks borrowed heavily from the European Central Bank in March, reviving concerns over struggling euro zone countries' ability to finance their debt. The US Federal Reserve will meet on April 24-25, ...
TOKYO: Japanese government bond prices edged up on Monday, with the 30-year yield touching an eight-week low as renewed fears about the European debt crisis and expectations of future Bank of Japan easing steps added to the appeal of fixed-income assets. Expectations of more easing steps from the Bank of Japan continued to underpin JGBs. The BOJ held policy steady as expected last week, and sources said the central bank could ease by increasing government bond ...

 



 
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