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German Bund yields near 2014 lows on Iraq worries LONDON: German government bond yields fell towards their lowest levels this year on Wednesday as worries over violence in Iraq pushed investors towards assets perceived as safe havens. Sunni insurgents battled government forces for control of Iraq's biggest refinery, keeping oil prices close to $114 per barrel, with some analysts fearing a further rise could pose a risk to the global growth outlook. "It's a volatile situation in Iraq and Treasuries and Bunds benefit from flight to quality," said Nick Stamenkovic, bond strategist at RIA Capital Markets in Edinburgh. German 10-year Bund yields fell 1.5 basis point to 1.31 percent just above this year's low of 1.285 percent. Bund futures were 18 ticks higher at 146.29, having risen by almost two points in the past two weeks. Yields on the euro zone's lowest-rated bonds were a tad higher as investors made room on their books before debt sales in Italy. ...

Indian bonds post biggest daily gain in a week as crude prices ease MUMBAI: Indian government bonds snapped a four-day losing streak on Tuesday and posted their biggest daily gain in a week after global crude prices cooled and market drew comfort on fiscal deficit expectation from a media report that new government may cut budget allocation for its rural job scheme.The 10-year yield ended down 5 basis points on the day, its biggest daily fall since June 17.Traders also rushed to cover sold positions after recent losses ...

Spain sells 3.5bn euros of short-term debt MADRID: Spain sold slightly more than the top end of its targeted amount at a scheduled auction of 3- and 9-month T-bills on Tuesday, with lower yields than previously. The Treasury sold 3.53 billion euros compared to a target range of between 2.5 billion and 3.5 billion euros. The 3-month bill sold 933 million euros at an average yield of 0.110 percent compared to a 0.295 percent at the last auction of the same maturity ...

Thailand to offer 126bn baht of bonds in July-Sept BANGKOK: Thailand plans to sell 126 billion baht ($3.9 billion) of government bonds between July and September, the Finance Ministry said on Tuesday. The bonds will have a maturity of between five and 47 years, it said in a statement on its quarterly auction schedule. Copyright Reuters, 2014

Indian bond yields hit 1-month high on rising crude oil prices MUMBAI: Indian government bonds fell for the fourth straight session on Monday, with the benchmark 10-year bond yield hitting a one-month high as escalating tensions in Iraq pushed up crude oil prices and investors fretted over the impact on domestic inflation.Expectation of monsoon rains staying subdued over the next few weeks dampened sentiment, as it would potentially raise inflationary pressures.The 10-year bond yield rose as much as 6 basis points on the day to 8.78 ...

Abu Dhabi exchange signs bonds listing, trading agreement DUBAI: Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) has signed an agreement paving the way for bonds and other debt instruments to be listed and traded through the bourse, it said in a statement on Sunday.The introduction of debt listing and trading has long been anticipated in the emirate - the largest and richest of the seven which make up the United Arab Emirates - as a way to expand the exchange's activities and make it easier ...

Indian bonds hit 2-1/2-week low; Iraq situation on watch MUMBAI: Indian government bonds dropped for the third straight session to their lowest in 2-1/2 weeks on Friday as continuing violence in Iraq threatened to push up global crude oil prices which could further add to the domestic inflationary pressures.The absence of foreign funds from the debt market after they exhausted almost all of the investment limits has been a key reason along with the crisis in Iraq for the recent losses in bonds.The 10-year ...


Index Closing Chg%
Arrow DJIA 17,113.54 0.36
Arrow Nasdaq 4,456.02 0.71
Arrow S&P 1,983.53 0.50
Arrow FTSE 6,795.34 0.99
Arrow DAX 9,734.33 1.27
Arrow CAC-40 4,369.52 1.50
Arrow Nikkei 15,343.28 0.84
Arrow H.Seng 23,782.11 1.69
Arrow Sensex 26,025.80 1.21

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