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Indian bond yields ease on dovish Fed; high oil price weighs MUMBAI: India's benchmark 10-year bond yield opened lower at 8.65 percent from Wednesday's close of 8.67 percent, tailing US bond yields after the Federal Reserve took a more dovish stance than some had expected at its June meeting. However, concerns over rising global oil prices weighed with continuing violence in Iraq. Brent crude rose past $114 a barrel to a nine-month high on Wednesday. The benchmark yield is expected to trade in a range with some buying likely from state-run banks. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...

Argentina says won't make next bond payment in US NEW YORK: Argentina will not make a bond service payment due June 30 in New York as ordered by a US judge, the economy ministry said Wednesday, moving the country closer to default.US District Judge Thomas Griesa earlier ordered Argentina to pay hedge funds that refused to join a restructuring of the country's debt and want to be paid the full $1.3 billion face value of the bonds they hold.The Argentinian economy ministry said it ...
Cyprus sells 750m euros in 5-year bonds NICOSIA: Cyprus said on Wednesday it had sold 750 mln euros in 5-year bonds at an average yield of 4.85 pct, following a three-year hiatus from international markets and an international bailout. The finance ministry said the bonds, priced at 99,565 euros, attracted investors mainly from Britain, other European countries and Cyprus. Investment funds absorbed 51 percent of the bond issue, hedge funds 27 percent and banks 22 percent.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Taiwan to raise limit for Chinese firms to sell yuan bonds TAIPEI: Taiwan's financial regulators will allow Chinese firms to sell more yuan bonds from the second half of 2014, three sources said on Wednesday. Chinese companies have issued a total of 8.7 billion yuan bonds in Taiwan so far, only 1.3 billion yuan short of the current limit of 10 billion yuan ($1.6 billion). The sources did not say by how much the limit would be increased.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Ecuador returns to bond market with $2bn sale QUITO: Ecuador sold $2 billion in government-backed bonds, in a return to international markets after a partial debt default in 2008 and 2009, the finance ministry said Tuesday.The bonds, in the international capital market, "were negotiated for a term of 10 years and a yield of 7.95 percent," the ministry said in a statement."Demand for our bonds had been much higher than what we are offering, demonstrating confidence in our country," it added.The negotiation over ...
Yields rise as US consumer price inflation jumps NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices fell on Tuesday after consumer prices recorded their largest increase in more than a year, which may give the Federal Reserve more confidence in adopting a hawkish tone when it meets this week.The Labor Department said on Tuesday its consumer price index increased 0.4 percent last month, with food prices posting their biggest rise since August 2011.Low inflation has posed a problem for the Fed's ability to raise interest rates ...
Indonesia sells 185bn rupiah of Islamic bonds, yields higher JAKARTA: Indonesia's finance ministry sold 185 billion rupiah ($15.7 million) of Islamic bonds at an auction on Tuesday, far below an indicative target of 1.5 trillion rupiah, the ministry's debt office said. The ministry only sold six-month Islamic T-bills with yields of 5.96833 percent.That was higher than the previous auction's 5.75000 percent. There were no winning bids for the 6-year and 29-year project-based sukuk.Total bids for Tuesday's auction was 2.717 trillion rupiah, lower than the ...


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