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Portugal's bond yields fall as opposition talks stutter LONDON: Portuguese government bond yields fell on Wednesday as opposition parties struggle to join forces a week before a vote at which they have pledged to topple Lisbon's minority government. Ten-year yields fell 6 basis points to 2.52 percent, the best performing bonds in the euro zone on Wednesday. Portugal's opposition Socialists said late Tuesday they were still trying a reach agreement with two other left-wing parties for a majority-backed coalition, which they pledged to have in place before trying to oust the new cabinet next week. Parliament will debate the centre-right government's policy programme next Monday before a vote on Tuesday or Wednesday, which could bring down the new government if it is rejected.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

German 10-year Bund yields could go as low as 0.1pc LONDON: German 10-year bond yields might fall as low as 0.1 percent within six months, nearing April's record low, if the European Central Bank introduces further stimulus next month to fight off the threat of deflation, according to Citi. This scenario is based on the US bank's new forecast that the ECB next month will expand its quantitative easing program by 15 billion euros per month and cut its deposit rate at least 10 basis ...
Portuguese yields rise after Socialists vow no-confidence vote LONDON: Portuguese bond yields rose on Monday after the opposition Socialists pledged to topple the government in a no-confidence vote, with political instability seen as potential setback in Lisbon's path to economic recovery. Expectations that the ECB may roll out new stimulus measures in December pushed yields lower across the euro zone, but the move could not be sustained in Portugal, where the Socialists said the president had created "an unnecessary political crisis" by nominating ...
German yields hit 3-week high on ECB lending survey LONDON: German government bond yields hit a three-week high late on Tuesday after an upbeat ECB lending survey silenced some calls for the central bank to step up its trillion-euro bond-buying programme. Credit standards for euro zone companies eased more than expected in the third quarter of 2015 as banks awash with central bank money competed for customers, the ECB's survey showed. That helped offset a bigger-than-expected decline in German producer prices earlier in the ...
Greek bond yields hit year's low after approval of reforms LONDON: Greek two-year government bond yields fell to their lowest level this year on Monday as investors welcomed Athens' approval of a series of reforms needed to unlock bailout cash. Parliamentary approval of the reform bill late on Friday keeps Greece on track to secure the next 3 billion euro instalment of its aid programme as well as funds to recapitalise its ailing banks and negotiations on debt relief. It was also seen as a ...
Long-dated yields dip as traders reassess inflation outlook NEW YORK: US 30-year Treasury yields dipped on Friday on views the outlook for inflation looked weak, while short-dated yields edged up as US industrial production data supported a potential December Federal Reserve rate hike. Analysts said traders re-evaluated after 30-year Treasury yields moved higher on Thursday, when data showed a measure of US consumer prices that strips out food and energy costs rose more than expected in September.While the data suggested stronger inflation, traders ...
Mauritius Treasury bill yields rise at auction PORT LOUIS: The weighted average yield on Mauritius' 91-day, 182-day and 364-day Treasury bills rose at auction on Friday, the central bank said. The Bank of Mauritius offered a total 900 million rupees ($25 million) worth of the debt instruments. The yield on the 91-day paper rose to 2.07 percent from 1.91 percent a previous sale on Oct. 9. Investors put bids worth 1.155 billion rupees but the bank sold only 690.6 million rupees of ...


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