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Spain sells 4.7bn euros in bonds, yields touch lows MADRID: Spain sold 4.7 billion euros ($5.05 billion) of debt at a triple bond sale on Thursday, with yielding reaching fresh lows including on 30-year paper as the European Central Bank soaks up long-dated debt as part of its purchasing programme. The Treasury sold more than its planned mid-range target of between 4 billion and 5 billion euros.Spain sold 1.6 billion euros of the shorter-dated bond, due Oct. 31 2017, which was 3.0 times subscribed compared to 3.8 times at its last auction on March 5. The two-year bond sold for an average yield of 0.133 percent after hitting 0.180 percent last month.The Treasury sold 1.8 billion euros of the 4.65 percent 10-year bond, due July 30 2025, at an average yield of 1.229 percent.The paper, which had previously served as a 15-year benchmark, was last auctioned in December 2010.Compared with an April 30, 2025 bond with a 1.6 percent ...


Ukraine sovereign dollar bonds rise to three-week highs LONDON: Ukraine sovereign dollar bonds rallied between 1-1.75 cents on Thursday after a group of creditors said it was working on a proposal that would allow Ukraine to resolve its debt problems without cutting bonds' principal.Ukraine's 2017 issue rose one cent to three-week highs around 43 cents, according to Tradeweb data, while the 2023 bond jumped 1.75 cents to 44.5 cents . Ukraine's bond yield spread over US Treasuries narrowed 66 basis points to 3,709 ...

Greek debt jitters drive German yields close to record lows LONDON: Nervous investors drove safe-haven German Bund yields close to record lows on Wednesday, amid concern over Greece's ability to resolve its debt crisis, a day before it must repay a loan to the International Monetary Fund.Although cash-strapped Greece successfully sold 1.138 billion euros ($1.24 billion) of six-month Treasury bills on Wednesday, doubts remain over its ability to find enough funds to repay all its debts in the coming weeks. Athens must roll over another ...

Sri Lanka parliament rejects raising $3.0bn in bonds COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's new government suffered its first setback in parliament Tuesday when its proposal to raise the short-term state borrowing limit by over $3.0 billion was shot down by legislators.The government of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe had asked the 225-member legislature to approve increasing the treasury bond limit by 400 billion rupees ($3.0 billion) to 1,250 billion rupees.MPs voted 31 in favour and 52 against in what analysts said was a major embarrassment for ...

Euro zone yields dip on first chance to react to weak US payrolls LONDON: Euro zone government bond yields fell on Tuesday after surprisingly weak U.S. jobs data fuelled expectations that loose monetary policies around the world would support asset prices for longer than previously thought.The data, published on Friday when European markets were closed for the Easter holidays, showed U.S. employers added just 126,000 jobs in March, compared with expectations of 245,000.That might push the prospect of a Federal Reserve interest rate increases further down the line, ...

Prices slide after Friday's US jobs report-related gains NEW YORK: US Treasury debt prices dropped on Monday in thin trading, giving up gains from the previous session after an unexpectedly weak nonfarm payrolls report that might have pushed out the timing of an interest rate increase from the Federal Reserve. Yields on benchmark US 10-year and two-year notes rose from two-month lows, but the trend remained negative given the uncertain interest rate outlook. Bond yields move inversely to prices."Part of the sell-off in ...

Greece to auction 875mn euros of 6-month T-bills on April 8 ATHENS: Greece will sell 875 million euros ($946 million) of six-month Treasury bills on April 8 to refinance a maturing issue, debt agency PDMA said on Friday, announcing the first of two auctions of short-term paper this month amid a pressing cash crunch. The auction will be a key test of whether the government can find other sources to plug a potential gap of about 350 million euros if foreign investors refuse to roll over ...


 



 
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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