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Bunds fall but Greek default fears limit losses LONDON: The German Bund future opened lower on Tuesday as index futures pointed to a higher open in European stock markets but safe-haven debt should remain underpinned by concerns over a possible Greek default. A downgrade to the ratings of the euro zone bailout fund was widely anticipated. But it serves another blow to the crisis-fighting mechanism at a time when the crisis could deteriorate further, should a deadlock over Greek debt swap negotiations not be overcome. Spain and Belgium's sales of treasury bills were expected to attract demand against a backdrop of ample European Central Bank liquidity in the financial system. "They should go alright in the current environment," a trader said, but he added that the Spanish one could not necessarily be seen as a precursor to Thursday's bond sale. "It's only a matter of time before periphery goes wrong again." The German Bund future fell 29 ticks to 139.57. European stock ...


Indian bond yields a tad up; buyback announcement watched        MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields were marginally higher on Tuesday as the sell-off continued after expectations of an immediate interest rate cut faded, with traders awaiting a bond buyback announcement later in the day. Traders said expectations of a rate cut on Jan. 24, when the RBI meets to review its monetary policy, was dissipating after Monday's inflation numbers as manufacturing inflation remained stubbornly high. At 9:16 a.m. (0346 GMT), the 10-year benchmark bond yield was ...

Taiwan sells 20-year government bonds at 1.733pc yield           TAIPEI: Taiwan sold T$20 billion ($666 million) in 20-year government bonds at a yield of 1.733 percent, the central bank said on Tuesday, below forecasts in a Reuters poll for a yield of between 1.74 percent and 1.77 percent. Copyright Reuters, 2012

Gilts steady with Bunds, support seen from UK CPI  LONDON: Gilts stabilised late on Monday in line with Bunds, after early follow-through buying in reaction to Standard & Poor's downgrade of euro zone ratings last week ran out of steam. Gilts are expected to remain supported by economic data this week, kicking off with inflation figures on Tuesday. Initial buying of British debt pushed the yield on 10-year paper close to an all-time low on Monday as investors digested S&P's downgrade of euro zone debt on ...

ECB bond buying offsets S&P downgrade pressure           LONDON: Italian and Spanish bond yields were stable on Monday, with traders citing ECB bond purchases offsetting pressure triggered by a Standard & Poor's euro zone downgrade salvo and rising risk of an unruly Greek default. S&P downgraded on Friday the ratings of Italy, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus by two notches and those of France, Austria, Malta, Slovakia and Slovenia by one notch each. Germany's triple-A rating remained intact. The downgrades were broadly expected and German ...

ECB seen buying Italian govt bonds        MILAN: The European Central Bank bought Italian government bonds on Monday, two traders said, as markets reopened after a string of sovereign downgrades of euro zone countries by ratings agency Standard and Poor's at the weekend. "We've seen central banks buying at the short-end of the curve. They acted a little bit more aggressively than usual with bids worth 20-30 million euros," one trader said. A second trader confirmed size and target of the purchases. Late on Friday, ...

Bunds rise after mass S&P euro zone downgrade           LONDON: German Bunds rose on Monday and bonds issued by euro zone's most indebted sovereigns were expected to come under renewed pressure after a mass downgrade by Standard & Poor's left the bloc more vulnerable to the debt crisis. S&P downgraded on Friday the ratings of Italy, Spain, Portugal and Cyprus by two notches and the standings of France, Austria, Malta, Slovakia and Slovenia by one notch each. Germany's triple-A rating remained intact. The downgrade, although ...


 



 
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Annual2012/13
Foreign Debt $60.9bn
Per Cap Income $1,368
GDP Growth 3.6%
Average CPI 7.5%
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Trade Balance $-1.433 bln
Exports $2.167 bln
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