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Indian bonds, rupee fall on year-end FII sell-off MUMBAI: Indian bonds fell for the second straight session on Friday, with the yield on the 10-year benchmark paper touching its highest level in more than a week, as auction cut-offs set by the central bank disappointed the market. Also, doubts about the government's intention to stick to the fiscal consolidation roadmap surfaced after local news agency Cogencis reported on Wednesday that finance ministry officials were debating a fiscal deficit target of 4 percent of gross domestic product for 2015/16 to spur public spending. The Indian rupee continued its fall against the dollar for the third straight session on month-end dollar demand and profit-booking by foreign investors ahead of the end of the year."Because of year-end not too many people were willing to add positions. There was some selling by FIIs (foreign institutional investors) which led to dollar outflows," said Anoop Verma, vice-president in treasury at Development Credit Bank in ...

JGB 10-year yield hits record low TOKYO: The benchmark 10-year Japanese government bond yield dropped to a record low on Thursday as investors moved down the curve seeking higher yielding debt in a holiday-thinned market.The 10-year yield dropped 2 basis points to 0.310 percent, its lowest on record.Highlighting how low yields have become under the Bank of Japan's qualitative and quantitative easing policy, through which it buys large amounts of short-term debt, two-year government bonds were sold for the first time ...
Indian bonds gain as oil falls; rupee hurt by month-end dollar demand MUMBAI: The Indian rupee weakened on Tuesday on the back of month-end dollar demand from importers and a fall in domestic shares, but bonds gained, tracking a fall in global crude oil prices in a session marked by low trading volumes.Movement in foreign fund flows is likely to be a key determinant of market direction in the near-term as most foreign funds stay light on investments towards the end of the year."There is good support ...
South Korea sets 2015 T-bond issuance plans at 102.7 trillion won SEOUL: South Korea has set the total amount of treasury bonds to be issued next year at 102.7 trillion won ($93.14 billion), up 5.3 percent from 97.5 trillion won worth set for this year, the finance ministry said on Tuesday. The increase is modest compared to a projected 6.1 percent rise in GDP before inflation for 2015, and far less than a 10.3 percent rise in treasury bond issuance set for 2014. The ministry said ...
China 3-month fin min deposits sold at 4.65pc SHANGHAI: China's central bank auctioned 60 billion yuan ($9.68 billion) of three-month finance ministry deposits to commercial banks on Thursday at a rate of 4.65 percent, traders said.Banks will bid for the right to take the deposits. The sale, like previous such exercises, is part of the finance ministry's cash management programme. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
JGBs mostly flat, erase gains ahead of Fed meeting TOKYO: Japanese government bond prices erased earlier gains to stay mostly flat on Wednesday as investors took profits ahead of the US Federal Reserve's policy meeting outcome.JGBs gained earlier as concerns about slumping oil prices and the rouble's collapse sparked flight-to-quality buying in US Treasuries and other developed-country bonds.The 10-year JGB yield stood at 0.360 percent, up 0.5 basis point on the day after having fallen to 0.345 percent, its lowest level since April 2013.Market ...
Five-year JGB yield hits record low after strong auction TOKYO: Japanese government bond prices ticked up on Tuesday as sinking oil prices raised concerns over the global economic outlook, with the five-year yield falling to a record low following a strong auction result. The 2.7 trillion yen ($23 billion) of five-year JGBs were sold at a higher price than market players had expected, triggering short-covering by traders. The new bonds, the 121st five-year bond issue, were sold at an yield of 0.083 percent, the ...

 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyApril
Trade Balance $-1.795 bln
Exports $1.995 bln
Imports $3.790 bln
WeeklyMay 28, 2015
Reserves $17.494 bln