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Taiwan sells govt bonds at 1.928pc yield, below forecast TAIPEI: Taiwan auctioned T$35 billion ($1.17 billion) in 20-year government bonds at a yield of 1.928 percent, the central bank said on Tuesday, missing the forecast in a Reuters poll for a yield of between 1.95 percent and 1.975 percent. Copyright Reuters, 2014

France sees firm demand at bond auction, 5-year yield falls PARIS: France saw firm demand at a medium-term, fixed-rate debt auction on Thursday with its borrowing costs over five years easing. The Agence France Tresor public debt management agency sold 7.94 billion euros ($10.96 billion) of two- and five-year bonds at a regular auction, with investors putting in total bids worth 15.8 billion. AFT sold 3.57 billion euros of its five-year bond maturing in May 2019, drawing a yield of 0.86 percent. That was down ...

Indian bonds rally; central bank raises $3.3bn in record auction MUMBAI: Indian government bonds jumped on Thursday, recovering from two sessions of falls, after the central bank fully sold the 200 billion rupees ($3.31 billion) worth of debt on offer, accomplishing the country's biggest-ever auction. The cut-offs for the auction were also better than expected, indicating healthy demand. Concerns about how India would accomplish the debt sale had hit bonds this week, while holidays on Monday and Friday left only three trading sessions. Still, four ...

Yield on first post-default Greek bond falls to issuance level LONDON: The yield on the first bond Greece has sold since its 2012 default dipped just below its issuance level on Thursday, as Athens rejoined a rally in peripheral debt markets after a brief period of selling pressure. The five-year bond, which drew demand almost seven times its size a week ago, faced a tough market debut as investors used the landmark sale as an opportunity to book profits on the euro zone's best performing ...

Indian bonds fall for 2nd straight day; debt sale Thurs in focus MUMBAI: Indian government bonds gave up all gains to end marginally lower on Wednesday as traders pared positions ahead of the heavy 200 billion rupee ($3.32 billion) debt sale on Thursday in a holiday-shortened three-day trading week.Bonds fell for a second straight session as traders freed up their portfolios to absorb the supply, since most bonds on offer are illiquid and are among the least traded, with yields of most ending at least 20 bps ...

Spain may use bond switches, buy backs to prevent repayment pile-up LONDON: Spain may use bond switches and buy-backs later this year, its head of funding said on Tuesday, aiming to take advantage of cheap rates and stop investors worrying about how it will manage its debt repayments.Such measures to delay near-term debt redemptions have already been taken by other vulnerable countries in the euro zone like Italy which were forced to concentrate debt issuance in shorter tenors when the sovereign debt crisis hit.More than half ...

Greece to sell 1.25bn euros of 3-month T-bills on April 15 ATHENS: Greece will auction 1.25 billion euros ($173.51 billion) of three-month treasury bills on April 15 to refinance a maturing issue, the country's debt agency PDMA said on Friday. The settlement date will be April 22. Only primary dealers will be allowed to participate and no commission will be paid.Athens has a stock of about 15 billion euros of T-bills that it regularly refinances with the help of crisis-struck Greek banks. Last month Greece sold ...


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