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Treasuries prices slide as US supply weighs NEW YORK: Prices for US Treasuries fell on Monday, pressured by a $62 billion sale of new coupon-bearing government debt this week and increased risk appetite following a strong US jobs report last Friday.Yields on US long-term securities rose for a second straight day, helped by easing tensions between Russia and Ukraine.Ukraine and Russia will hold talks on Monday to avert a gas war, a welcome sign that both countries are at least willing to talk. The meeting is meant to prevent supply disruptions and eventually take the heat out of the conflict in eastern Ukraine.US bond supply, however, remained the focus of the week, with the $62 billion Treasury coupon auctions, beginning with Tuesday's $28 billion three-year note sale. That will be followed by the sale of $21 bln in 10-year notes on Wednesday, and $13 billion in 30-year bonds."Some of today's weakness is just prepping for the auction ...

Yield spread between gilts and Bunds hits new 16-year high LONDON: The difference in yields between British and German 10-year government bonds widened on Monday to its highest since 1997, albeit during quiet trading because of public holidays in parts of continental Europe. Ten-year gilt yields rose more than three basis points on the day to 2.689 percent, while its spread over 10-year Bunds touched 133.2 basis points, the highest since the third quarter of 1997.Marc Ostwald, strategist at Monument Securities, said trading volumes were ...
Irish yields hit record low on ratings lift, ECB stimulus LONDON: Irish bond yields dipped to a record low on Monday after Standard & Poor's upgraded the country's credit ratings, adding to the buoyant mood in peripheral euro zone debt triggered by fresh European Central Bank stimulus. Other peripheral euro zone bond yields also hit the latest in a series of historic lows, with Spanish 10-year yields falling below those of US Treasuries for the first time since April 2010. S&P raised Ireland's credit standing ...
Indian bonds gain for fourth straight session MUMBAI: Indian government bonds rose on Friday for a fourth straight session on continuing optimism over the central bank's dovish tone in its monetary policy review, although broader gains were capped ahead of the expected issuance of a new 10-year debt.Debt markets have rallied after the Reserve Bank of India hinted on Tuesday that it would not raise interest rates further as long as inflationary pressures continued to ease.But broader gains on Friday were capped ...
Prices gain as US jobs gains solid, European debt yields plunge NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices gained on Friday after data showed that US employers maintained a solid pace of hiring in May, with job additions coming in as economists expected, and as falling yields on European bonds made US debt relatively attractive.Nonfarm payrolls increased 217,000 last month, the Labor Department said on Friday, returning employment to its pre-recession level and offering confirmation the economy has snapped back from a winter slump. Economists polled by Reuters ...
UK gilts trade at highest premium over German debt since 1997 LONDON: British 10-year government bonds traded at their highest yield premium over equivalent German debt since the middle of 1997, after German government bond prices surged following US payrolls data.Spreads between British and German debt have been steadily widening since September last year, as traders bet that British monetary policy will tighten and the European Central Bank will loosen its monetary policy stance.A solid US payrolls number prompted the yield spread to widen to 132 ...
Portugal to hold bond auction on June 11 LISBON: Portugal will offer up to 750 million euros in government bonds next Wednesday in its second bond auction after resuming regular sales in April as it returns to market financing after exiting its international bailout.The country's debt agency IGCP said on Friday it will offer between 500 million euros and 750 million euros in 5.65 percent February 2024 bonds on June 11. Portugal sold 750 million euros ($1.04 billion) in 10-year bonds on April ...


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