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Bonds rise on growing bets Fed will ease  NEW YORK: US government debt prices rose on Thursday as traders piled on bets on more stimulus from the Federal Reserve, whose minutes from its policy meeting showed action might be imminent in a bid to reduce unemployment. Weaker Chinese factory data and worries about a review of Greece's finances also spurred safe-haven bids for bonds. Benchmark yields fell to their lowest levels in more than a week after touching a three-month high earlier this week. "It's all on the back of the FOMC minutes saying it's ready to provide more stimulus 'fairly soon,'" said Gennadiy Goldberg, an interest rate strategist at TD Securities in New York. However, a top Fed official said the US economy, although far from robust, does not need further Fed stimulus. "Going along at this slow pace is not enough to justify gigantic action," St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard told CNBC television in an interview. The minutes from ...

US bonds rally in Europe after weak Chinese data  LONDON: US government bonds rose sharply in Europe on Friday as investors snapped up safe-haven assets after below-forecast Chinese trade data fuelled worries about a slowdown in the world's second largest economy. China's exports grew 1.0 percent year-on-year in July, well below market expectations of an 8.6 percent rise, while imports grew 4.7 percent, against a 7.2 percent forecast. Benchmark 10-year T-note yields fell 5.5 basis points to 1.6420 percent, while T-note futures rose 21/64 to 133-25/32. "The ...
US 30-year bond extends gain to point  NEW YORK: The US 30-year bond extended its gain to a point on Thursday after remarks by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi disappointed investors in riskier assets and, in turn, supported safe-haven US Treasuries. The 30-year bond was up 1-4/32 in price, its yield easing to 2.54 percent from 2.60 percent late on Wednesday. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
Bank of Canada to auction C$3bn 27-day T-bills  TORONTO: The Bank of Canada said on Thursday it plans to sell C$3 billion ($2.97 billion) of 27-day treasury bills in a cash management auction on July 20. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
Bonds add gains after retail sales drop  NEW YORK: US Treasuries prices extended earlier gains on Monday after data showed US retail sales recorded a surprise 0.5 percent fall in June, reinforcing the view of a weakening overall US economy likely needing more stimulus from the Federal Reserve. Benchmark 10-year Treasury notes were up 8/32 in price at 102-19/32, doubling its earlier gain before the release of the consumer spending report. The 10-year yield was 1.46 percent, down 3 basis points from late on ...
US 10-year yield hits record low 1.44pc  NEW YORK: US government debt yields dropped to record lows on Friday after a stunningly weak report on US job growth stoked worries of an economic slowdown and raised bets for a third round of bond purchases from the Federal Reserve. The soft US employment figures reinforced the view of a global economic slowdown, caused in part by Europe's debt crisis that has raged for more than two years. Contagion fears from a possible Greek exit from ...
TORONTO: The Bank of Canada said on Thursday it plans to auction C$700 million ($680 million) of real return bonds due 2044 on May 30. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...

 



 
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