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Mauritius offers 2-year central bank note worth 1bn rupees PORT LOUIS: Mauritius will sell two-year Bank of Mauritius Notes worth 1 billion rupees ($28 million) this week, the central bank said on Monday. The Bank of Mauritius said in a statement it would receive bids on Aug. 4 and auction the bond on the same day. The central bank said the coupon rate would be set equal to or higher than the lowest yield at auction. Copyright Reuters, 2015


France to sell 4.5-5.5bn euros of bonds on Aug 6 PARIS: France's debt agency will go ahead with an optional bond auction on Aug. 6, aiming to raise 4.5-5.5 billion euros ($4.9-6.0 billion) as investors have resumed buying after a deal on Greece, debt agency chief Anthony Requin told Reuters on Friday. Debt agency AFT has often cancelled the optional August auction because of a summer lull on markets but decided to proceed with the sale this time because demand is strong, Requin said. He ...

Italian bond yields set for biggest monthly fall in over two years LONDON: Italian bond yields were set to record their biggest monthly fall in over two years on Friday, as Greece's latest crisis recedes and the euro zone struggles to rid itself of the spectre of deflation. Since Greece reached an 11th-hour deal with creditors on July 13, accepting a new round of austerity measures in return for talks on a third bailout, its prime minister Alexis Tsipras has managed to contain a far-left backlash in ...

France to sell 4.5-5.5bn euros of bonds on Aug 6 PARIS: France's debt agency will go ahead with an optional bond auction on Aug. 6, aiming to raise 4.5-5.5 billion euros ($4.9-6.0 billion) as investors have resumed buying after a deal on Greece, debt agency chief Anthony Requin told Reuters on Friday.Debt agency AFT has often cancelled the optional August auction because of a summer lull on markets but decided to proceed with the sale this time because demand is strong, Requin said.He cited "the ...

Prices stay lower after Fed says US economy improving NEW YORK: US Treasury prices, which had already lost ground on Wednesday, had little reaction to the Federal Reserve's assessment of an improving US labor market as it kept the door open for an interest rate hike, possibly as soon as September. Shorter-dated Treasuries initially gained ground on the Fed's statement, which highlighted that the economy had overcome a first-quarter slowdown and was now "expanding modestly." The Fed, as expected, left in place its zero ...

JGBs edge lower as Fed meeting outcome awaited TOKYO: Japanese government bonds edged down on Wednesday, though moves were small as investors awaited the outcome of the US Federal Reserve's meeting later in the session for clues to the timing of an expected interest rate increase. Investors will carefully examine the Fed's statement at the end of its regular two-day policy meeting.While some expect the first hike to come as early as September, many economists say it could come later in the year, ...

Prices dip as Chinese stocks stabilize, issuance looms NEW YORK: US Treasuries fell on Tuesday, with analysts and traders citing a stabilization of Chinese equities prices and a new supply of issuance exacerbated by seasonally low trading volumes. A smattering of US economic data showing a rise in single-family home sales in May, albeit below estimates, and a drop in a measure of consumer confidence for July had little impact on the overall direction of the market. Investors were heartened by Chinese equity ...


 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyJune-July
Trade Balance $-22.095 bln
Exports $23.885 bln
Imports $45.980 bln
WeeklyAugust 03, 2015
Reserves $18.536 bln