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Yields drop as retail sales miss expectations NEW YORK: US Treasury yields fell on Tuesday after data showed that retail sales rose in March for the first time since last year, but at a slower pace than expected, adding to bets the Federal Reserve was unlikely to increase interest rates in June.The Commerce Department said retail sales increased 0.9 percent. That was the largest gain since March of last year and snapped three straight months of declines blamed on harsh winter weather.Economists polled by Reuters forecast retail sales rebounding 1 percent last month."It's lower than consensus, you can make a case that some of the winter effects are still lingering," said Sean Murphy, a Treasuries trader at Societe Generale in New York. "This is slightly helping to confirm that June might be a little bit too early."Weaker-than-expected jobs growth in March and more dovish minutes from the Fed's March meeting have boosted expectations that the US central ...

Yields inch higher in quiet trade; focus on auctions NEW YORK: US Treasury debt yields edged higher on Wednesday, trading in narrow ranges, as investors awaited minutes of the last Federal reserve policy meeting that could further shed light on the U.S. central bank's cautious outlook on the economy and interest rates.The Fed, at the conclusion of its March 18 monetary policy meeting, had provided a bleaker-than-expected view on the world's largest economy and said the pace of U.S. rate increases would be slower ...
Long bond prices rise with focus on auctions this week NEW YORK: US Treasury long debt prices rose on Tuesday as investors consolidated positions in a week generally thin on economic data after last Friday's unexpectedly soft US jobs report. US 30-year government bond prices, which move inversely to yield, were up sharply. Analysts said investors were adding to so-called "curve-flattening trades," reflecting expectations that short-term interest rates will rise at some point, but not imminently as inflation pressures remain muted. "Friday's session got a ...
Yields edge higher in quiet trade; focus on auctions NEW YORK: US Treasury debt yields inched higher on Tuesday after sharp falls the day before as investors consolidated positions in a week generally thin on economic data, with no real fundamental driver following last Friday's unexpectedly soft U.S. jobs report.Volume was generally light, with the U.S. Treasury department kicking off $58 billion in coupon sales this week, starting with the auction of $24 billion in three-year notes later on Tuesday. The three-year note sale, ...
Prices fall after Friday's US jobs report-related gains NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices fell on Monday, giving up gains from the previous session after an unexpectedly weaker nonfarm payrolls report that might have pushed out the timing of an interest rate increase from the Federal Reserve.Yields on benchmark U.S. 10-year and two-year notes inched up from two-month lows, but the trend remained negative given the uncertain interest rate outlook. Bond yields move inversely to prices."We had a big rally last Friday after ...
US Treasuries rally, futures drop after jobs data NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices rallied, the dollar fell and equity futures stumbled on Friday after weaker-than-expected March US jobs data. Labor Department data showed US employers added just 126,000 jobs in March, the fewest in more than a year. The figure was well below expectations for a gain of 245,000, according to a Reuters poll of economists. Recent data suggests the first quarter ended on a weak note, weighing on investor sentiment.The bond market ...
Prices climb on soft private-jobs report NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices climbed on Wednesday, with yields on the benchmark 10-year note slipping below 1.9 percent after a weaker-than-forecast jobs report bolstered arguments the Federal Reserve may be slow to raise interest rates.The 30-year Treasury, a maturity favored by many foreign investors, jumped more than 1 full point and was last up 1-19/32 and yielding 2.4595 percent, according to Thomson Reuters data.Treasuries, an asset class which on Tuesday completed a fifth ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyMay 21, 2015
Reserves $17.75 bln