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Indian bonds end unchanged on caution about foreign debt limits MUMBAI: Indian government bond yields ended steady on Tuesday on continued caution about whether the country would raise investment limits for foreign investors, with sentiment also constrained ahead of key economic indicators this week.Foreign institutional investors have been strong buyers of Indian debt this year but have almost exhausted their debt limit, raising concerns about whether gains can continue without these key buyers.Buying in government debt by foreign funds stands at $2.54 billion so far in August, taking total inflows in 2014 to $16.78 billion.Caution also prevailed as India is due to post economic growth data on Friday, and may also post current account deficit data as early as this week."We will see the 10-year consolidate between 8.50 and 8.65 percent levels over the next two-three months after which easing supplies and buying by long-term investors will bring yields lower," said Murthy Nagarajan, head of fixed income at Quantum AMC.The ...


Indian bonds see biggest fall in 3-weeks on profit-taking MUMBAI: Indian government bonds fell for a third consecutive session on Monday, posting their biggest single-day decline in nearly three weeks, on continued profit-taking after recent strong gains and on concerns about the outlook for US interest rates.Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen was seen as more hawkish than her European counterpart at a central bankers' meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, sparking continued debate about how soon the US central bank would raise interest rates.Traders also ...

Euro zone bond yields dive as Draghi comments feed QE speculation LONDON: Yields on most euro zone government bonds hit record lows on Monday as speculation grew that the European Central Bank was preparing a big programme of asset purchases to counter wilting inflation.Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Ireland and others saw their yields hit all-time lows. Greek yields fell sharply but remained above this year's troughs as a senior source told Reuters that Athens had near-term plans to sell debt.In stronger language than he has ...

Egypt sells 623.4mn euros in 1-year treasury bills: central bank CAIRO: Egypt's central bank said on Monday it sold 623.4 million euros ($822.76 million) in one-year treasury bills, more than the amount it had offered to local banks and financial foreign financial institutions.The average yield on the euro-denominated bills, which mature on August 25, 2015, is 1.981 percent.The bank had offered to sell 550 million euros in one-year euro-denominated treasury bills for issue on August 26.The government has turned mainly to the local money market ...

Greece to reopen 3-, 5 year bond issues in coming weeks ATHENS: Greece plans to reopen its recent three- and five-year bond issues in the next two weeks to top them up by up to 1.5 billion euros ($1.97 billion), accepting T-bills as payment instead of cash, a senior government source told Reuters on Monday. "There is a plan to reopen these issues in the next couple of weeks. Payment will be in outstanding T-bills instead of cash," the government official said on condition of anonymity. ...

JGBs steady to firmer, curve flattens at long end TOKYO: Japanese government bond prices were steady to slightly firmer on Monday, with the yield curve flattening at the longest end, helped by pension funds' month-end buying. The 10-year cash bond yield stood flat at 0.505 percent while the 20-year yield dipped 0.5 basis point to 1.345 percent and the 30-year yield ticked down 1.0 basis point to 1.640 percent. Longer maturities drew support from firmness in the US Treasury market, even ahead of a ...

Spain Treasury to shield retail investors from negative yields MADRID: The Spanish Treasury said on Friday it was taking steps to protect retail investors from the possible negative impact of low interest rates on buying short-term debt by annulling bids in any auctions where yields fall below zero. Spain's bond yields have reached all-time lows in a backdrop of record-low European Central Bank interest rates and an economic recovery, creating a risk that yields on short-term bills could fall below zero, the Treasury said ...


 



 
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Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyJune
Trade Balance $-2.311 bln
Exports $2.027 bln
Imports $4.338 bln
WeeklyAugust 28, 2014
Reserves $13.582 bln