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Australia, NZ dollars set for largest monthly fall in over a year SYDNEY/WELLINGTON: The Australian and New Zealand dollars clawed their way off lows on Tuesday but still seemed destined to suffer losses exceeding 6 percent for the month amid a strengthening US currency and sliding global commodity prices. The Australian dollar struggled up to $0.8727, having slipped as far as $0.8684 overnight, its lowest since January. It has tumbled 6.5 percent this month, the largest loss since May last year. While some dealers see a risk of a correction, Ray Attrill, global co-head of FX strategy at National Australia Bank, does not forecast any meaningful rally. "I don't see a spike above 90 cents in the short-term and I think we will test 85 cents at some point during Q4," he said. He reviewed his Aussie forecast on Monday, keeping it at 88 cents by the end of the year. Major support was found at the 2014 trough of $0.8660 and ...


Indian bonds see biggest single-day fall in nearly 2 months MUMBAI: Indian government bonds saw their biggest single-day fall in nearly two months on Monday as investors pared positions ahead of the central bank's monetary policy review on Tuesday, while weakness in the local currency also hurt.The Reserve Bank of India will probably wait until the second quarter of next year to loosen policy as it wants to cool inflation before trying to spur growth, a Reuters poll found ahead of a policy review meeting ...

Greek yields hit two-month high, early bailout exit plan cited LONDON: Greek government bond yields rose to their highest level in almost two months on Monday as Athens' plans for an early exit from the country's bailout programme raised concerns about its future financing and debt relief. Prime Minister Antonis Samaras last week publicly acknowledged that Greece hoped to wean itself off the 240-billion euro international aid package a year before its scheduled end in early 2016. The plan is a gamble for Greece as ...

JGBs modestly higher, underpinned by BOJ purchases TOKYO: Japanese government bonds edged up on Monday, underpinned by Bank of Japan buying of JGBs as part of their massive asset purchase programme.Cash activity was limited to transactions among dealers, JGB traders said.As widely expected, the BOJ offered to buy 900 billion yen($8.23 billion US dollars) of JGBs in the 1-year to 10-year zone.JGBs in the 20-year zone remained modestly firmer in the morning session on the back of relatively stable 30-year U.S. Treasury ...

Italian, Spanish yields rise after Gross leaves Pimco LONDON: Italian and Spanish 10-year bond yields rose on Friday after Bill Gross said he had left the world's biggest bond fund Pimco, which has large investments in euro zone peripheral bonds. "There is a perception that Pimco is heavily long peripheral bonds, therefore people assume there could be some sellers," said one government bond trader, adding that some investors feared the fund may change strategy. Italian 10-year bond yields rose 4 basis points on ...

Turkish Treasury sees Oct domestic borrowing 10.8bn lira ISTANBUL: Turkey's Treasury said on Friday it planned to borrow 10.8 billion lira ($4.77 billion) from domestic markets in October against debt redemptions of 15 billion lira. Borrowing in November was seen at 5.3 billion lira against redemptions of 5.7 billion. In December, borrowing was seen at 800 million lira against redemptions of 1.1 billion, the Treasury said in a statement on its website. Copyright Reuters, 2014

German bond yields dip after weak Ifo data ramps up ECB pressure LONDON: German bond yields edged lower on Wednesday after disappointing business sentiment data in the euro zone's largest economy further underlined the prospect of additional easing measures from the European Central Bank.Germany's headline Ifo number fell for the fifth straight month in September and expectations for future activity dropped to its lowest since December 2012. That stoked more worries about the growth outlook after a survey on Tuesday showed the country's manufacturing sector slowing.This slump ...


 



 
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