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Indian bonds post first weekly gain in three, US data eyed MUMBAI: Indian government bonds fell on Friday on caution ahead of the US non-farm payrolls data, although for the week they rose for the first time in three weeks as the rupee stabilised and the country concluded its debt auction for the fiscal year.If the US economy continues to show moderate growth, the Federal Reserve is expected to continue reducing its size of monthly bond purchases, which has been so far cut twice by $10 billion each to $65 billion.That could hurt inflows into emerging markets like India.US employers are expected to have added 185,000 jobs in December, according to a Reuters poll."Post the auction today, people started selling as no one wants to carry large positions into the weekend, especially with the jobs data due later today," the head of fixed income trading at a foreign bank said."The market will remain rangebound until the retail price inflation data on ...

Philippines rejects bids for 182-day, 364-day T-bills at auction MANILA: The Philippines' Bureau of Treasury rejected on Monday all bids at an auction of 182- and 364-day Treasury bills after banks submitted high bids for the two tenors.The two tenors had a combined offer of 16 billion pesos ($353 million), but the offer was undersubscribed.Banks had offered to buy the 182-day paper at an average rate of 2.2 percent, sharply higher than the 0.001 percent it fetched at the last successful auction on Nov. ...
India government bonds gain as auction fully sold MUMBAI: Indian government bonds recovered from one-month lows to end higher on Friday after the weekly debt sale was fully subscribed, with the cutoffs yields coming in lower-than-expected, signalling good demand.That put a more optimistic end to a month marked by two contrasting halves for debt markets. A rally at the start of the year was undone last week after a central bank panel recommended making taming consumer inflation a priority.The Reserve Bank of India ...
Indian bonds fall, shares retreat after central bank raises rates MUMBAI: Indian government bonds fell on Tuesday, while shares retreated, led by a fall in lenders after the Reserve Bank of India unexpectedly raised interest rates by 25 basis points. The benchmark 10-year bond yield rose 8 basis points to 8.79 percent from levels before the RBI decision, bringing the yield up 2 bps on the day. Indian shares fell, with the broader NSE down 0.4 percent after being up slightly before the decision. Banks ...
South Korea bonds rise as China worries bolster safe-haven assets SEOUL: South Korean bonds rose sharply on Friday, buoyed by flight to safety as worries about a slowdown in China and aggressive foreign inflows in the futures market pushed yields lower.Yield on the benchmark 10-year government bonds ended down 6.9 basis points, while lead March futures on three-year treasury bonds ended up 0.15 points.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Taiwan sells $1bn govt bonds at 2.07pc yield, below f'casts TAIPEI: Taiwan auctioned T$30 billion ($1 billion) in 20-year government bonds at a yield of 2.07 percent, the central bank said on Friday, missing forecasts in a Reuters poll. The poll had forecast a yield of between 2.09 percent and 2.115 percent.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
S.Korea bonds edge down on firmer stocks, ahead of GDP  SEOUL: South Korean bond prices edged down on Wednesday as gains in stocks put fixed-income assets under pressure, with investors taking a cautious stance ahead of next week's US Federal Reserve policy meeting.Investors are also awaiting the release early on Thursday of South Korean economic growth data for the final quarter of 2013, which analysts in a Reuters survey expect to show some slowing in quarterly growth.The yield on the benchmark 10-year treasury bonds added ...


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Foreign Debt $60.9bn
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