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US bond prices skid on profit-taking, stocks' rally NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices fell on Monday as traders booked profits on last week's gains tied to disappointing data that supported expectations the Federal Reserve might postpone raising interest rates until 2016.Weakness in European government debt markets added selling pressure on their US counterparts, with 30-year Treasury yields moving back above 3 percent. Record intraday highs on the Dow Jones industrial average and Standard & Poor's 500 index also weighed on bonds."There's been the bias to sell into strength," said Ed Atkins, Treasury strategist at RBS Securities in Stamford, Connecticut. "It seems like Friday's flattening positions might not have the conviction that some people had thought."Slowing economic growth in recent months, stemming partly from a stronger dollar and sluggish wage growth, has led many investors to scale back expectations about a Fed rate hike in 2015.This led to new appetite for longer-dated Treasuries last Thursday and Friday, pushing their ...


Yields drop as US consumer sentiment disappoints NEW YORK: Treasury yields fell on Friday as data pointed to slowing economic growth, raising expectations that the Federal Reserve will need to wait longer to raise interest rates.US consumer sentiment fell more than expected in May, a survey released on Friday showed. Economists also cut their forecasts for US economic growth in the second quarter and full year, and trimmed expectations for US labor market gains.Data earlier on Friday showed that US industrial production ...

German Bund yields near 2015 highs as sell-off rumbles on LONDON: Benchmark German 10-year Bund yields held near 2015 highs on Thursday as a global retreat from fixed income assets rumbled on despite macroeconomic data that would normally be supportive for bond markets.Yields on U.S. Treasuries rose in early trades even though U.S. retail sales figures on Wednesday disappointed those expecting an economic rebound from a weather-weakened first quarter. A weaker outlook usually pushes investors towards the perceived safety of bonds.The spring back in yields ...

Yields fall as corporate supply eases, German debt steadies NEW YORK: US Treasury yields fell on Thursday as some corporate debt issuance that has weighed on the market passed and as German government bonds held relatively steady, after a dramatic two-and-a-half week selloff.US government bond yields have been dragged higher by weakening German Bunds, which have been roiled by factors including a rapid unwinding of bets placed on the European Central Bank's debt purchase program."Trading is calming down in Europe," said Jim Vogel, an ...

Kenya's 91-day Treasury bills yield falls at auction NAIROBI: The weighted average yield on Kenya's 91-day Treasury bill inched down to 8.167 percent at auction on Thursday from 8.357 percent last week, the central bank said. The bank offered 1 billion shillings ($10 million) worth of the bills, received bids worth 586 million shillings and accepted a total of 585 million shillings. Copyright Reuters, 2015

UK gilts prices rise, market unswayed by BoE outlook LONDON: British government bond prices recovered on Wednesday, tracking German Bunds higher and reacting little to new forecasts from the Bank of England that backed market expectations for when it will start to raise interest rates. The BoE cut its forecasts for British economic growth over the next three years, knocking sterling from almost seven-year highs against the dollar and extending already hefty gains in gilt prices.Gilt prices rose after the BoE's quarterly inflation report, ...

Greece raises 1.138bn amid default fears: debt agency ATHENS: Greece on Wednesday raised 1.14 billion euros ($1.27 billion) in three-month treasury bills in a bid to stave off a damaging default that could be weeks away, the debt management agency said. The agency said it had accepted nearly the entire amount of 1.138 billion euros offered by creditors, paying a steady interest rate of 2.7 percent.Four months of deadlock between Greece's new radical Syriza-led government and its EU-IMF creditors over the reforms needed ...


 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyJune-July
Trade Balance $-22.095 bln
Exports $23.885 bln
Imports $45.980 bln
WeeklyAugust 03, 2015
Reserves $18.536 bln