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MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India bought 111.94 billion rupees ($2.02 billion) of government bonds through open market operation (OMO) on Friday, lower t h an the notified 120 billion rupees. The RBI bought the 9.15 percent bonds maturing in 2024 at 104.73 rupees, yielding 8.5255 percent, in line with a Reuters poll forecast of 8.5230 percent. For the 8.19 percent bonds maturing in 2020, the central bank set the cut-off at 98.84 rupees for a yield of 8.3959 percent, lower than the poll forecast of 8.4122 percent. It set a cut-off of 96 rupees yielding 8.7384 percent on the 8.26 percent bonds maturing in 2027, higher than a poll forecast of 8.7198 percent. The central bank bought the 8.97 percent bonds maturing in 2030 at 101.95 rupees, yielding 8.7550 percent, in line with the forecast of 8.7539 percent in the poll. Copyright Reuters, 2012


TORONTO: The Bank of Canada said on Thursday it plans to auction C$700 million ($680 million) of real return bonds due 2044 on May 30. Copyright Reuters, 2012

BUCHAREST: Romania sold a less than planned 417 million lei ($117.5 million) in 7-year treasury bonds on Thursday, with the average accepted yield at 6.40 percent, central bank data showed. Debt managers had planned to sell 500 million lei. At a five-year auction on May 17, the last time the ministry sold paper of a roughly similar duration, the average accepted yield was at 6.15 percent. In March it sold 10-year treasury bonds at 6.75 percent. So far this ...

LONDON: German Bunds futures were steady at the open on Thursday, as investors paused for breath after another record high the previous day and looked to manufacturing and business confidence data for fresh insight into the health of the euro zone economy. Upcoming Greek elections, speculation about its possible euro exit and concerns over Spain's banking system have seen investors flock safe-haven debt recently and analysts say bond prices can rise further with no crisis solution ...

LONDON: German Bund futures opened higher on Wednesday as underlying fears about a potential Greek exit from the euro zone kept the mood volatile before a meeting of European Union leaders later in the day. Dow Jones quoted former prime minister Lucas Papademos as saying Greece had no choice but to stick with a painful austerity program or face a damaging exit from the euro zone, a risk he said was unlikely to materialise but was ...

KUALA LUMPUR: Loss-making Malaysia Airlines on Tuesday said it planned to raise up to 2.5 billion ringgit ($800 million) in Islamic bonds as part of an ambitious plan to escape financial difficulties. In February the flag carrier said it lost 2.52 billion ringgit last year largely due to soaring fuel costs, admitting it was "in crisis". The new funding plan comes after budget carrier AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines scraped their controversial share swap deal early this month. Last ...

MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields fell slightly on Tuesday after continued global risk aversion offset disappointment the central bank had refrained from announcing a new 10-year paper at its auction this week. Bond prices could benefit on Wednesday after the Reserve Bank of India said after the markets close it would buy up to 120 billion rupees in debt at the end of the week, its third consecutive open market operation. That could offset disappointment after the ...


 



 
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