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Singapore SINGAPORE: Singapore agricultural commodities firm Olam International on Saturday said it had set up a $2 billion Euro Medium Term Note Programme to raise funds for working capital and possible acquisitions. Using the notes programme, a company can from time to time issue various debt securities subject to the same set of conditions. DBS Group, HSBC and Standard Chartered are the programme's joint arrangers and dealers. Shares of Olam, which is part-owned by Singapore state investor Temasek, have fallen around 12 percent this year, lagging the 13 percent rise in the benchmark Straits Times Index Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...

India to sell 120bn rupees of treasury bills on July 11  MUMBAI: India will sell 120 billion rupees ($2.2 billion) of treasury bills including 70 billion rupees of 91-day treasury bills and 50 billion rupees of 364-day t-bills on July 11, the Reserve Bank of India said in a statement on Friday. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
India bond yields rise; hopes for foreign purchases wane  MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields rose on Thursday on waning hopes for lower withholding taxes for foreign investors, on a session already marked by disappointment after an auction of debt limits for overseas participants attracted only tepid demand. An auction of unused debt limits for foreign institutional investors late on Wednesday was under-subscribed, reflecting a lack of interest that analysts attributed to lock in periods that reduced the appeal of government debt. Bonds were further hurt after ...
REC fixes cut-off to raise up to 10bn rupees via CPs: source MUMBAI: India's Rural Electrification Corp has finalised a yield of 9.25 percent to raise up to 10 billion rupees ($179.87 million) via 175-day commercial papers, a source with direct knowledge of the deal said. The company is raising funds through this route after a gap of more than a year, said the source. SBI is one of the arrangers of the deal and more are expected to join, the source said. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
NABARD to raise at least 2bn rupees via bonds: source MUMBAI: India's National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, or Nabard, plans to raise at least 2 billion rupees ($35.97 million) through two-year bonds at 9.45 percent, a source with direct knowledge of the deal said on Tuesday. Axis Bank is the sole arranger of the deal, the source said. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
India bond yields flat; OMO eyed  MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields were flat as traders waited to see whether the central bank will hold additional bond purchases this week after a pause in the last amid improving liquidity conditions. The RBI is set to announce the composition of its bond auction for Friday later in the day, and it might then make an announcement on any OMO, traders said. Trading volume was at 117.25 billion rupees ($2.10 billion) lower than the average 170-180 ...
Indian bonds rebound; RBI fails to boost confidence  MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields fell on Monday after the country announced measures targeting debt markets such as boosting investment limits, but investors were still disappointed the government had not introduced bolder structural reforms. The measures taken included increasing the limit on foreign institutional investors in government bonds by $5 billion to $20 billion and reducing the lock-in period in some long-term infrastructure bonds to one year from three years. [ID: nI8E8G4012] Investors had expected more, including ...


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Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
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