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India bonds ease on media reports Feb inflation to rise 6.8pc MUMBAI: India's benchmark 10-year bond yield rose 3 basis points on a Bloomberg TV report that February inflation likely rose a higher-than-expected 6.8 percent, citing unidentified sources.At 11:10 a.m. (0540 GMT), the benchmark 10-year bond yield rose 3 bps on the news, erasing all earlier gains in prices to be flat on the day at 7.90 percent.The official inflation data is due at around 0500 GMT. Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...

Bonds ease after robust retail sales TOKYO: US Treasuries fell slightly in Asia on Thursday after better-than-expected US retail sales data the previous day boosted confidence in the US economy, although strong results from an auction of 10-year notes capped losses.The yield on 10-year notes ticked up to 2.031 percent, from around 2.023 percent in late US session. It rose as high as 2.05 percent on Wednesday after data showed retail sales rose 1.1 percent last month, more than double a ...
JGBs mostly higher on expectations of BoJ easing measures TOKYO: Benchmark Japanese government bonds firmed on Tuesday, bolstered by expectations of aggressive easing steps from the Bank of Japan.Nikkei reported that BOJ governor nominee Haruhiko Kuroda may launch new monetary easing steps as soon as he takes office next week, even before the bank's regular policy board meeting in early April.The 10-year yield edged down half a basis point to 0.650 percent.Ten-year JGB futures ticked up 0.10 point to 145.07, inching closer to a ...
US 10-year notes edge up in Asia but gains limited SINGAPORE: US 10-year Treasuries edged higher in Asia on Thursday, but their gains were limited after better-than-expected private sector jobs data the previous day provided a hopeful sign for the US economy.Ten-year Treasuries edged up about 1/32 in price to yield 1.934 percent. The 10-year yield was not very far from Wednesday's peak of 1.944 percent, its highest level in more than a week.Trading volumes were light in Asia with investors focusing on Friday's nonfarm ...
US bonds dip in Asia in the wake of Dow SINGAPORE: US 10-year Treasuries eased slightly in Asia on Wednesday, staying on the defensive after the Dow Jones industrial average hit record highs the previous day, dampening demand for bonds.Ten-year Treasuries slipped about 1/32 in price to yield 1.903 percent, up roughly 1 basis point from late US trade on Tuesday. The 10-year yield hovered near the top end of its 1.912 percent to 1.827 percent range seen over the past week.On Tuesday, the Dow ...
Bonds gain footing in Asia after fall on profit-taking TOKYO: Treasuries rose in Asia on Tuesday, following a slip on profit-taking the previous day, due to jitters over political uncertainty in Italy and the pace of growth in the United States.The yield on 10-year notes ticked down to 1.872 percent from 1.879 percent in late US trade on Monday, when a late-day rally in Wall Street shares prompted a bit of profit-taking in bonds after the yield hit a five-week low of 1.827 percent ...
Bonds firm in Asia as US spending cuts kick in TOKYO: US Treasuries were firm in Asia on Monday, as automatic "sequestration" spending cuts officially took effect after political leaders failed to agree on steps to avoid them -- raising worries that fiscal drag could crimp US economic growth.The yield on 10-year notes stood at 1.846 percent, little changed from late US levels last week and near one-month low of 1.836 percent set last week.President Barack Obama and congressional Republican leaders failed last week to ...


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