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Long-dated yields edge higher on profit-taking NEW YORK: US long-dated Treasury yields edged higher on Thursday after traders took profit following a recent price rally, while data showing that U.S. weekly jobless claims unexpectedly rose drew some demand for short-dated notes.U.S. 30-year Treasury yields rose slightly to a session high of 2.9 percent after hitting a fresh nearly three-week low of 2.86 percent earlier in the session. The yields had fallen in the past two sessions, partly on institutional investors buying the bonds for portfolio readjustments ahead of the month's end.Analysts said traders who had bought the bonds in anticipation of the institutional purchases took profit on that trade on Thursday, since the trade performed well with yields falling about 12 basis points on Tuesday and Wednesday combined. Yields move inversely to prices."We've seen some month-end buying all week," said Kim Rupert, managing director at Action Economics in San Francisco. "I think we're seeing a little ...

Yields rise on profit-taking ahead of incoming supply NEW YORK: US Treasury yields rose on Wednesday as traders braced for incoming supply and took profits from gains in 30-year Treasuries after yields on long-dated bonds fell on Tuesday.The Treasury will sell $35 billion in five-year notes at 1 p.m. ET (1700 GMT), the second round of this week's hefty $90 billion in new supply of U.S. government debt. The upcoming auction weighed on prices, since traders typically sell debt ahead of auctions to ...
Short-dated yields up on Fed rate hike bets; 30-year yields slip NEW YORK: Short-dated US Treasury yields hit two-week highs on Tuesday on continued expectations that the Federal Reserve would hike rates this year, while yields on longer-dated Treasuries slid on concerns over Greece and global economic growth.U.S. two- and three-year yields, which are sensitive to expectations on when the Fed will hike rates, hit two-week highs of 0.65 percent and 1.03 percent, respectively, after traders took a sanguine view of U.S. durable goods orders data.Commerce ...
US bond yields fall on economic worries NEW YORK: US Treasuries yields declined on Thursday as a batch of disappointing economic reports revived worries about the US economy and prompted further questions whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates later this year.Weaker-than-expected data on existing home sales, the manufacturing sector and US Mid-Atlantic business activity came a day after the central bank signaled a June rate hike is doubtful following an anemic first-quarter.Fed policy-makers expressed at their April 28-29 meeting they ...
US 30-year bonds fall ahead of Fed minutes NEW YORK: US 30-year Treasuries bond prices fell on Wednesday, prompted by worries that the Federal Reserve possibly had a stronger conviction in raising interest rates in the record of its April policy meeting than previously thought.Other Treasuries maturities were steady to slightly higher in prices ahead of the scheduled 2 p.m. (1800 GMT) release of the Federal Open Market Committee's April 28-29 policy meeting."The April FOMC minutes might have a hawkish tone," said Todd ...
US bonds fall on housing data, corporate supply NEW YORK: Encouraging housing starts data and a bulge of corporate bond supply knocked US Treasuries prices lower for a second day on Tuesday.Traders reduced their bond holdings on news that domestic home builders broke ground at the fastest pace in nearly 7-1/2 years in April, which revived expectations the Federal Reserve may increase interest rates later this year."This morning's market action was driven by a pretty good housing starts number," said Stanley Sun, interest ...
US bond prices fall on profit-taking NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices fell on Monday as traders booked profits on last week's gains tied to disappointing data that supported expectations the Federal Reserve might postpone raising interest rates until 2016.Weakness in European government debt markets added selling pressure on their US counterparts, with 30-year yields hovering just below 3 percent."There's been the bias to sell into strength," said Ed Atkins, Treasury strategist at RBS Securities in Stamford, Connecticut. "It seems like Friday's ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.998 bln
Exports $1.835 bln
Imports $3.823 bln
WeeklySeptember 21, 2015
Reserves $18.726 bln