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Yields rise on Fed rate hike outlook, Greek funding news NEW YORK: US Treasury debt yields rose on Tuesday on growing expectations the Federal Reserve could change the language in its next monetary policy statement to flag a possible interest rate increase as early as June.US 30-year bond yields climbed to seven-week peaks, while those for benchmark 10-year notes hit daily highs.Concerns about Greece's debt negotiations and the conflict in Ukraine had triggered earlier safe-haven buying of Treasuries, but that dissipated in New York trading.Some market participants suggested the latest sell-off in Treasuries may have also been triggered by news that the European Central Bank is unlikely to pull the plug on emergency funding for Greek banks this week despite a standoff between Athens and its international lenders, a person familiar with the situation said.Talks between Greece and euro zone finance ministers over the country's debt crisis broke down on Monday when Athens rejected a proposal to request a six-month ...

Turkish Treasury sells 14-month zero coupon bond at 8.39pc, below forecast ISTANBUL: Turkey's Treasury sold a April 13, 2016 zero-coupon bond at a yield of 8.39 percent on Tuesday, below a forecast of 8.48 percent. Sales of the zero-coupon bond stood at 300.7 million lira ($122.75 million). Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
German investors shrug off Greek worries -- for now FRANKFURT: Investor sentiment in Germany is at it highest level in 12 months, buoyed by the feel-good effects of the European Central Bank's latest policy moves and positive growth figures, data showed on Tuesday.However, concerns over an escalation of the crisis in Ukraine and fears of a possible Greek exit from the euro, or "Grexit", could begin to sour sentiment again, and soon, analysts warned. The widely watched investor confidence index calculated by the ZEW ...
UK gilt yields set to rise further, elections and Greece could weigh LONDON: Gilt yields look set to rise further after the Bank of England backed up market bets on a rate hike around the turn of the year, but how high depends on Britain's election in May and the Greek crisis, among other factors.A plunge in inflation helped to push yields on 10-year British government bonds to a record low below 1.34 percent in January.But they have rebounded almost 40 basis points so far in February, ...
US treasuries cut losses after weak US data NEW YORK: US Treasury prices pulled up from overnight lows on Thursday as weaker-than-expected U.S. retail sales and weekly jobless claims reports inserted some caution into the economic backdrop and forecasting of U.S. monetary policy.The data, which showed U.S. consumer spending barely rebounded in January suggests economic growth was slow in the first quarter, and caused a knee-jerk reaction to buy.The number of American's filing for first-time jobless claims rose more than expected last week, ...
Portugal yields settle after smooth auction, no sign of Greek spillover LONDON: Portuguese yields shook off an early rise on Wednesday after a smooth debt sale showed Lisbon was insulated, at least for now, from the Greek market turmoil triggered by the new government's anti-bailout stance. Portugal sold 1.25 billion euros in 10-year bonds at record low auction yields.Investor demand was almost double the amount sold. As the standoff between Greece's Syriza-led government and European institutions developed last week, Portuguese yields rose almost half a percentage ...
Price decline takes 10-year yield over 2pc NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices eased on Wednesday, extending a recent selloff ahead of a $24 billion government auction of 10-year notes. Yields on 10-year Treasuries last stood at 2.0141 percent, reflecting a price decline of 6/32. It was the highest yield on notes since January 9, according to Thomson Reuters data. Thirty-year bonds were off 20/32 in price and last yielded 2.6007 percent. Price declines in intermediate- and short-dated maturities were smaller. Trading ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,976.31 1.49
Arrow Nasdaq 4,947.44 1.15
Arrow S&P 2,081.24 1.22
Arrow FTSE 6,891.43 0.53
Arrow DAX 12,086.01 1.83
Arrow CAC-40 5,083.52 0.98
Arrow Nikkei 19,411.40 0.65
Arrow H.Seng 24,855.12 1.51
Arrow Sensex 27,975.68 1.88

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