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Yields keep rising, helped by US housing report NEW YORK: US government bond yields rose for a fourth session on Tuesday, getting a lift from unexpectedly strong data showing that home building remains a bright sector in the slowing US economy. Treasuries prices were already down before the housing data in a selling trend that began last week but has left yields well within recent ranges, according to senior bond strategist Ian Lyngen at CRT Capital. "You can make a solid argument that Treasuries are trading with the European bonds," he said. European government bonds were also off in price on Tuesday.Yields on the 30-year Treasury moved the most on Tuesday and last traded at 2.92 percent. That reflected a price decline of 26/32 but left the maturity's yield below the month's high of 2.97 percent hit Oct. 9. The bellwether 10-year Treasury was last down 11/32 in price and yielded 2.06 percent. US three-year Treasury notes were ...

Euro zone bond yields rise on promising ECB lending survey LONDON: Euro zone government yields rose on Tuesday after an upbeat ECB lending survey silenced some calls for the central bank to step up its trillion-euro bond-buying programme. Credit standards for euro zone companies eased more than expected in the third quarter of 2015 as banks awash with central bank money competed for customers, the ECB's survey showed.That helped offset a bigger-than-expected decline in German producer prices earlier in the day.With consumer prices also falling, ...

US T-bill rates jump on debt ceiling worries NEW YORK: Interest rates on US Treasury bills due in November jumped on Monday on worries the absence of a deal to raise the federal borrowing limit will result in the government delaying payments on its debt obligations. About $235 billion of Treasury bill issues are scheduled to mature next month. Jitters about delayed repayments to T-bill holders in less than a month distorted the interest rates in this sector. Last week, Treasury Secretary Jack ...

Indonesia raises 27.4trn rupiah from sales of retail bonds c JAKARTA: Indonesia's finance ministry said on Monday it raised 27.439 trillion rupiah ($2.03 billion) from retail bonds sold between Sept. 21 to Oct. 15, higher than its target of 20 trillion rupiah. The three-year bonds were sold with a coupon of 9.00 percent per annum, and a two-month minimum holding period. Retail bonds that were sold last year had the same tenure and a coupon of 8.50 percent.A total of 45,298 individuals bought the bonds, ...

Euro zone bond yields up on China growth surprise, QE caution LONDON: Euro zone yields rose on Monday after Chinese growth data beat expectations and a top ECB policymaker struck a note of caution about an extension to Europe's quantitative easing scheme.Chinese economic output in the July-September quarter was up 6.9 percent from the same quarter last year, just above forecasts for a 6.8 percent rise. But it was the first time growth has dipped below 7 percent since the financial crisis.Weakening demand from China is ...

Spanish bonds fall as market looks for rating upgrade LONDON: Spanish government bond yields fell as expectations mounted that Moody's will upgrade the national credit rating later on Friday. In a sign of its strengthening economy, Madrid this week announced it was lowering this year's net debt issuance target to 48 billion euros from 51 billion -- a move seen as positive for its rating. Moody's rating of Baa2 is one notch below the other two main agencies and it has held a positive ...

Yields rise after US data supports view of earlier Fed rate hike NEW YORK: US Treasuries yields rose slightly on Thursday after data showed a measure of US consumer prices that strips out food and energy costs rose more than expected in September, marginally supporting views of a 2015 Federal Reserve rate hike. The so-called core CPI rose 0.2 percent last month, Labor Department data showed, while economists polled by Reuters had expected the measure to remain unchanged from August at 0.1 percent. In the 12 months ...


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Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.197 bln
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