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MUMBAI: Indian bond yields could rise on Monday as investors pare positions before the government issues its borrowing calendar for April-September this week. The government has set gross market borrowings at 5.7 trillion rupees ($111.34 billion) for the fiscal year beginning in April, higher than an expected 5.3 trillion rupees. Much of the borrowings could happen in the first half of the year. The possibility of an increase in retail fuel prices could also weigh on bond prices because of its impact on inflation, traders said. Central bank sources told Reuters on Friday the Reserve Bank ofIndiais not uncomfortable with the recent surge in bond yields and is unlikely to use debt buys through open market operation as a tool to contain the drop in bond prices. The 10-year benchmark bond yield should open around 8.39 percent after a three-day weekend and move between 8.38 percent and 8.45 percent, traders said. It closed down ...

BUDAPEST:Hungarymay issue a dollar-denominated bond in international markets as soon as next month, national news agency MTI reported on Saturday citing multiple unnamed sources. Officials at the Economy Ministry and government debt agency AKK were not immediately available for comment. Hungary, the most indebted country in centralEurope, needs to roll over more than 4 billion euros worth of external debt this year on top of domestic maturities, including repayments of an international loan that saved it from ...

Bunds rise as recovery optimism stalls, Italy sale eyed  LONDON: German Bund futures rose on Friday as the latest bout of economic data cooled optimism about a global recovery, while investors looked toItaly's bond sale next week to gauge if the renewed worries about peripheral euro zone states were justified. Bunds rose to their highest since March 13, closing up 1.5 percent on the week, after seeing their biggest weekly loss since 2001 the week prior. Optimism over the global economy, fueled last week by an ...

Bunds jump, European shares fall on German data    LONDON: German Bund futures extended gains to a one-week high on Thursday while European shares fell after data showed the German manufacturing sector contracted in March for the first time this year. Germany's manufacturing sector shrank on the back of falling new orders, raising concern over its resilience to the euro zone crisis and overshadowing optimism at the approval of Greece's bailout package. The June Bund future rose to 137.14, up 81 ticks on the day. It ...

Indian bonds seen ranged; borrowing calendar awaited MUMBAI: Indian bond yields are expected to tread water on Thursday, as traders await the government's borrowing calendar next week for the fiscal year 2012/13 for direction. The calendar is likely to be front loaded, with about 70 percent of the borrowing scheduled in the first half of the fiscal year starting on April 1, traders said. The government said in its 2012/13 budget it would borrow 5.7 trillion rupees ($112.4 billion) from the market, higher than ...

Two-year German bonds rise after solid sale LONDON: Two-year German bond prices rose on Wednesday after investors took advantage of a recent pick-up in yields to stock up on the country's short-dated paper at an auction, but analysts said the technical outlook for German debt broadly remained bearish. German Bund futures erased losses after the auction results. Despite concerns over growth and fiscal slippage in the euro zone, analysts expected a further selloff down the line. "Against the backdrop of the sharp sell-off we've ...

Bunds open softer as technical outlook remains bearish           LONDON: The German Bund future eased early on Wednesday, extending last week's sell-off, as investors weighed a cloudy technical outlook with concerns over fiscal slippage in the euro zone. The German Bund was down 13 ticks on the day at 135.50, having fallen 2.2 percent last week -- its biggest weekly loss since 2001. "I think there are a few things you can argue are bond supportive out there potentially, the Dutch budget .... the Spanish deficit ...


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