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Bund yields dip as markets wary of hurdles Greece still faces LONDON: German Bund yields dipped on Tuesday as financial markets remained wary of the hurdles Greece needs to clear to receive vital financial aid from the euro zone. The terms of the deal obliged leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to abandon promises of ending austerity and could split his government.The parliament in Athens must ratify the reforms by Wednesday. Tsipras faces a showdown with rebels in his own party furious at his capitulation to German demands for one of the most sweeping austerity packages ever demanded of a euro zone government. Investors worry that he might struggle to win the support needed to rush through the legislation and even if he succeeds, many doubt he will stay the course on a three-year programme. "The agreement does not mean that Greece is out of the woods as it includes many potential pitfalls in terms of implicit and explicit austerity requirements, which ...

Belgian 10-year bond yield inches up in auction BRUSSELS: Belgium raised 2.60 billion euros ($2.88 billion) at an auction of medium- and long-term debt on Monday, the country's debt agency said, with yields for the 10-year benchmark bond rising slightly from last month. The 10-year benchmark sold for a yield of 1.345 percent, up from the 1.259 percent at the last auction in June. The AA-rated sovereign also sold two non-benchmark bonds, the September 2019 bond for which investors paid 0.173 percent, and ...

Mauritius 364-day Treasury bill yield rises to 2.44pc PORT LOUIS: The weighted average yield on Mauritius' 364-day Treasury bill rose to 2.44 percent at auction on Friday from 2.21 percent at the previous sale on June 19, the central bank said. The central bank sold all 700 million rupees ($20 million) worth of debt it had offered. It received bids worth 2.55 billion rupees, at rates ranging from 2.15 percent to 3.20 percent. Copyright Reuters, 2015

Greece to auction T-bills on July 15 as scheduled despite bank woes ATHENS: Greece will sell 625 million euros of three-month Treasury bills on July 15 to refinance a maturing issue, its debt agency said on Friday, its second roll over this month amid uncertainty whether banks will reopen next week. Cash-strapped Athens successfully rolled over six-month paper earlier this week, managing to keep its public finances afloat as the leftwing government negotiates a last-minute deal with creditors. In the rollover, T-bill holders - mostly banks - ...

Mauritius offers 15-year Treasury bond worth 1.5bn rupees PORT LOUIS: The Bank of Mauritius said on Wednesday it would auction 15-year Treasury bonds worth 1.5 billion rupees ($42.3 million) on July 15. The bank said in a statement it would receive bids and auction the bond on the same day. The bond is due on July 17, 2030. The coupon rate for the sale will be set equal to or higher than the lowest accepted yield at the auction, the bank said. Copyright ...

Greece requests 3-year euro zone loan, no volume speficied BRUSSELS: Greece submitted a formal request on Wednesday for a three-year loan from the European Stability Mechanism bailout fund but did not specify in its letter the volume of financing sought, a euro zone source who has seen the document said. The source said it was premature to say how much Athens would need to borrow from its euro zone partners since that depended on the assessment of its worsening economic outlook and public finances ...

Nigeria plans to sell 70bn naira of bonds on July 15 LAGOS: Nigeria plans to sell 70 billion naira ($351.85 mln) worth of bonds next week, its seventh debt auction this year, the Debt Management Office (DMO) said on Tuesday. The debt office said it will issue 40 billion naira in five-year paper and 30 billion naira in the 20-year debt, using the Dutch Auction System on July 15. All are the reopening of previously issued debt. Last week the debt office said it would issue ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyJuly 23, 2015
Reserves $18.677 bln