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Spain to issue bonds due 2017 and 2019 on Wednesday MADRID: Spain will issue 3- and 5-year bonds at a scheduled auction on Wednesday, the Treasury said on Friday. The available bonds include one due April 30, 2017, with a 2.1 percent coupon and one due July 30, 2019, with a 4.6 percent coupon.The Treasury will detail the amount it wishes to raise at the auction on Monday at around 1200 GMT. Copyright Reuters, 2014

Indian bonds end slightly lower; inflation data eyed MUMBAI: Indian government bonds ended marginally lower on Thursday as investors trimmed bond holdings ahead of the key consumer price inflation data.The data is scheduled for release around 1200 GMT.A Reuters survey of 37 economists showed consumer price inflation probably eased to 8.4 percent in May, from April's three-month high of 8.59 percent as food prices fell slightly.Also on watch is April's industrial production data, which according to a Reuters poll, probably rose for the ...

Nigeria raises $521mn at bond sale, yields mixed LAGOS: Nigeria sold a combined 85.17 billion naira ($521.33 million) in three-year and 10-year bonds to mostly local pension funds and some offshore investors, the Debt Management Office (DMO) said on Thursday.DMO said it sold 30 billion naira worth of 3-year bonds at an 11.35 percent yield, up from the 11.09 percent the same tenor fetched at an auction last month.A total of 50 billion naira was sold in the 10-year paper at 12.24 percent, ...

Italy 12-month yields fall to new record low at bills auction MILAN: Italy paid a record low yield of 0.495 percent to borrow over a year at a bills auction on Wednesday as easing measures the European Central Bank unveiled last week spurred demand for higher-yielding debt from lower-rated euro zone issuers.The Treasury sold the planned 6.5 billion euros ($8.85 billion) in bills maturing in June 2015, attracting bids for 1.7 times that amount.A month ago Italy paid 0.65 percent to sell 12-month bills at an ...

Rand, forint, lead emerging currency pullback LONDON: South African local bond yields rose to the highest in six weeks on Wednesday on anticipation of rate hikes and a ratings downgrade, while the rand led a general emerging currency pullback versus the dollar.Swaps markets indicate that investors are pricing roughly 100 basis points of policy tightening in South Africa over the coming year following a hawkish speech by central bank governor Gill Marcus. That has pushed up bond yields across the curve ...

Portuguese yields fall after first post-bailout debt sale LONDON: Portuguese bond yields resumed their fall towards record lows on Wednesday as Lisbon's first debt sale since it exited a bailout last month drew strong demand from investors.Portugal sold 975 million euros of 10-year bonds, more than planned, meeting demand for 2.4 times the amount issued. The result suggested limited concern about the constitutional court's rejection last month of a series of austerity measures.The court decision means Lisbon has yet to receive the last ...

Yields on low-rated euro zone bonds rise before debt auctions LONDON: Yields on the euro zone's lower rated bonds rose on Wednesday as upcoming debt auctions prompted investors to book profits after a fall to record lows triggered by the European Central Bank's latest easing measures. The ECB cut all its interest rates last week and promised more liquidity for banks, while leaving the door open for a programme of outright asset purchases. The measures pushed 10-year yields in Italy, Spain and Portugal 20-30 basis ...


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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