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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 rallied sharply, pushing the benchmark 10-year Treasury note to its lowest level in about two months, as the expectation for a Federal Reserve interest-rate hike by September diminished. US equity futures fell nearly 1 percent, with S&P 500 E-mini futures dropping 19.75 points to 2039.75 in thin volume in a 45-minute abbreviated session. It indicates a weak open for stocks on Monday. "The sharply lower-than-consensus job creation for March is a reminder that the US ...

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 ...
Prices up on quarter-end buying by institutions NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices rose on Tuesday on buying by institutional investors preparing their portfolios for the end of the quarter, a period in which prices of government securities rose. Prices were up in most maturities, with the largest gains in long-dated issues, and were keeping Treasuries on track for a fifth straight quarter of gains. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note was yielding 1.9353 percent, reflecting a price rise of 8/32, according to ...
Prices ease as Wall Street rallies NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices softened on Monday, giving back some gains from last week as equity markets rose on signs China was moving to bolster its massive economy.As Wall Street stocks jumped, yields on the 10-year note stayed well below the 2 percent touched last week and were last at 1.951 percent on a price decline of 1/32.The long bond was off 7/32 and yielding 2.5374 percent, according to Thomson Reuters data.Stocks, which ...
Prices dip before seven-year note auction NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices fell on Thursday before the government is due to sell $29 billion in new seven-year notes on Thursday, the final auction of this week's $90 billion in new fixed-rate, short- and intermediate-dated supply.Weak demand for the Treasury's $35 billion sale of five-year notes on Wednesday sent yields higher, with bidding the weakest since 2009 as investors stepped away. US dollar weakening against the euro added to bond weakness.Seven-year notes are ...
German yields fall as investors see US inflation remaining low LONDON: German bond yields fell on Wednesday as core government debt was buoyed by investors betting that continued low US inflation might delay a rise in interest rates until later this year. Data released on Tuesday showed US consumer prices increased last month, ending three months of declines, but Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans on Wednesday urged a delay in rate hikes until the first half of 2016.A majority of Wall Street's top banks ...
UK gilt yields touch lowest level in 7 weeks LONDON: Ten-year British government bond yields touched their lowest level in seven weeks on Wednesday, pulled down by an unusually low outlook for British inflation and weaker-than-expected US economic data.The 10-year gilt yield hit a low of 1.444 percent, a level last seen on Feb. 3, following US durable goods data that suggested the world's largest economy has slowed sharply. It recovered later in the session to 1.485 percent, down 2 basis points on the ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 18,041.54 1.04
Arrow Nasdaq 5,032.75 1.11
Arrow S&P 2,104.20 1.03
Arrow FTSE 6,948.99 1.18
Arrow DAX 11,625.13 1.61
Arrow CAC-40 5,083.54 0.66
Arrow Nikkei 20,437.48 0.12
Arrow H.Seng 28,249.86 0.92
Arrow Sensex 27,531.41 0.41

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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 $-1.795 bln
Exports $1.995 bln
Imports $3.790 bln
WeeklyMay 26, 2015
Reserves $17.749 bln