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Euro zone yields jump as bond markets still in shock LONDON: Euro zone government borrowing costs rose on Tuesday as a global flight from bond markets showed no sign of abating.Analysts have struggled to explain the bond rout, blaming an uptick in inflation expectations as oil prices rose and unease about record-low yields. But with risk appetite compromised by the Greek debt crisis, the full picture is more complex.In historical terms, inflation is still very low. Before data on April 29 showed unexpected growth in German prices, the market was looking for Bund yields to fall to zero, driven by the European Central Bank's 1 trillion-euro bond-buying programme.A few sell orders then snowballed into a broad-based sell-off by investors unwilling to take large losses on what was previously considered a safe-haven asset.When yields are close to zero, a market turnaround hurts more than it would have if the change came at higher levels. The current low coupons cannot compensate for ...

Yields rise to six-month highs as German debt rout extends NEW YORK: US Treasury yields rose to their highest levels in six months on Tuesday in line with a continued selloff of German government bonds, and before the US government is due to sell $64 billion in new supply.German bond yields have spiked in recent weeks for reasons that some attribute to optimism that inflation may have bottomed in the euro region, with the move being exacerbated by investors unwilling to enter the market until ...

Greek yields edge up ahead of Eurogroup aid talks, IMF payment LONDON: Greek bond yields edged up on Monday as euro zone finance ministers met in Brussels to discuss a cash-for-reforms deal for Athens, which faces the first of a series of large debt repayments this week. Greece's government remains hopeful that the Eurogroup meeting will note progress on talks, although its biggest creditor nation, Germany - facing a eurosceptic backlash from within - is in no mood to compromise on pension and labour market reforms. ...

German yields fall as US jobs revision, oil retreat halt bond rout LONDON: German borrowing costs fell on Friday as investors' faith in a near-term US rate hike was dented by a mixed US jobs report while a retreat in oil prices helped dispel deflation fears that have been behind a recent bond rout. U.S and European benchmark bond yields dropped sharply after a report showed US jobs gains were weaker than initially thought in March, even though they rebounded last month. Traders pared expectations that the ...

Prices halt long slide and gain on stocks' weakness NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices rose on Thursday, getting a lift from weak global equity markets and breaking a long slide in prices that had pushed yields on 30-year bonds to more than 3 percent for the first time this year. Gains were best among long maturities, with prices for 30-year Treasuries jumping more than 1 full point as European bond yields eased from peaks reached earlier in the day. The MSCI world equity index, ...

Euro zone bond rout deepens ahead of new debt sales LONDON: A sharp sell-off in major euro zone bond markets deepened on Thursday, exacerbated by upcoming debt sales of more than 12 billion euros that will prove a strong test of investor demand. French 10-year yields climbed 3 basis points to 0.95 percent, a level not seen since last December, while benchmark German Bunds DE10YT=TWEB rose by a similar amount to 0.63 percent. Analysts said the week-long market capitulation, which was first sparked by easing ...

Spain sells 4.5bn eurs in bonds, 10-year yields up MADRID: Spain sold 4.5 billion euros ($5.1 billion) of debt at a triple bond auction on Thursday, including an inflation-linked bond, with yields rising on 10-year debt as fears of a deflationary cycle in the euro zone ease. Spain's Treasury sold 3.6 billion euros of the bonds due 2017 and 2025, within its target range of between 3 and 4 billion euros. It also sold 885 million euros of the linker, due 2019, at the ...


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Arrow DJIA 17,730.11 0.16
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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.894 bln
Exports $1.953 bln
Imports $3.847 bln
WeeklyJuly 01, 2015
Reserves $18.5 bln