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Spain yields rise as supply weighs, Greece in focus LONDON: Spanish government bond yields rose on Thursday as an unexpected issue of debt the previous day tempered investor demand, though any progress towards Greece receiving bailout funds was likely to spur fresh appetite for risk. Greece's battle to avoid default still dominates sentiment with Bund futures falling 15 ticks to 137.69 as markets cautiously anticipated the release of bailout funds, despite Greek leades failing to agree their part of the deal. Spanish 10-year yields were 12.5 basis points higher on the day at 5.368 percent after the country continued its aggressive fund-raising activity with an unexpected syndicated debt sale on Wednesday. "It's a supply overhang. The deal was cheap and has repriced the whole market. People got their full allocations, from what I'm hearing," a trader said. Nevertheless, market participants said the Spanish sell-off could be short-lived if Greece secured the international aid it badly needs, reducing the risk of ...


Bunds slip on optimism over eventual Greek deal LONDON: German government bonds edged lower on Wednesday with markets optimistic that despite further delays in talks Greece will agree to the reforms necessary to secure aid and avoid a messy debt default. But Bunds bounced off their worst levels with the key 2 percent yield level holding while an early rally by the euro zone's higher yielding issuers faded after Spain launched a syndicated tap of its 10-year bond. A solid 3.3 billion euro 5-year ...

Indian bond yields rise as no OMO support yet MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields were sharply higher in early trades on Wednesday as the Reserve Bank of India held back from announcing a debt buy through open market operation on Tuesday to support this week's auction. At 9:03 a.m., the 10-year benchmark bond yield was at 8.26 percent. It ended at 8.19 percent on Tuesday, 1 basis point higher from Monday's close. The central bank normally announces its debt buy via OMO on Tuesdays, after the ...

Nerves over Greek wrangling lifts German debt LONDON: German government bond prices rose on Tuesday as investors fretted over Greek indecision on the strict terms of a new bailout deal vital to avert a chaotic default, supporting demand for safe-haven debt. Athens's protracted debt talks hit another snag on Monday after feuding political leaders postponed a decision on the bailout terms by 24 hours, reviving fears of a disorderly default that could spread contagion in the euro zone. Greece needs to agree to the ...

Greek wrangling pushes Bunds higher LONDON: German Bund futures pushed higher on Tuesday as investors fretting over Greek indecision on the strict terms of a new bailout deal vital to avert a chaotic default, keeping safe-haven government bonds well bid. Athens' protracted debt talks hit another snag on Monday after feuding political leaders postponed a decision on the bailout terms by 24 hours, reviving fears of a disorderly default that could hurt bigger euro zone economies. The country's leaders need to ...

India bond yields flat, waiting for RBI           MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields closed little changed on Monday with traders reluctant to build large positions as they waited to see whether the Reserve Bank of India will buy bonds this week to help ease tight liquidity conditions. The 10-year benchmark bond yield closed at 8.18 percent, up 2 basis point from Friday, after moving in a tight 8.15 to 8.19 percent band. "The RBI's debt purchase is the next trigger for the 10-year yield," said ...

Bunds rally as Greek debt talks drag on LONDON: German government bonds rallied on Monday with a lack of progress in crucial Greek debt talks helping the market partially reverse Friday's sell-off on the back of surprisingly robust US jobs data. Although it is widely expected that a deal will be hammered out to avoid a messy Greek debt default when a 14.5 billion euro bond repayment falls due in March, the niggling doubts weighed on the euro zone's peripheral issuers, with Italian bonds ...


 



 
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Annual2012/13
Foreign Debt $60.9bn
Per Cap Income $1,368
GDP Growth 3.6%
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Trade Balance $-1.433 bln
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