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MUMBAI: India's 10-year bond yield fell 10 basis points from its previous close on market talk that January-March economic growth would be well below 6 percent, raising hopes for further interest rate cuts. The data is due later in the morning. At 10:52 a.m., the 10-year bond yield was at 8.42 percent, taking its fall to 10 basis points on the day. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...

SHANGHAI: China's Ministry of Finance reopened 30 billion yuan ($4.73 billion) of five-year bonds in the interbank market on Wednesday a t an average yield of 2.7 5 29 percent, traders said, higher than expected. Market forecasts had centred around 2.65 percent and ranged from 2.58 to 2.73 percent. The auction yield came in above Tuesday's indicative secondary market bid yield of 2.6780 percent for five-year government bonds. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
MUMBAI: Indian federal bond yields were unchanged on Monday as traders awaited the details of this week's debt sale and whether the central bank would announce another round of bond purchases via open market operations. The Reserve Bank of India has conducted three bond purchases via open market operations in as many weeks to offset the impact on rupee liquidity from its suspected interventions in currency markets. The central bank has also bought a net 123.5 billion ...
MANILA: The Philippines' Bureau of Treasury rejected all bids submitted by banks at an auction of 91-day T-bills on Monday and withdrew its offer of 2 billion pesos ($46 million) worth of the short-term paper. But it awarded 2.0 billion pesos worth of 182-day T-bills and 3.5 billion pesos worth of 364-day T-bills at the same auction. The Treasury had also rejected all bids for 91-day paper at its last regular auction on May 14. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
BEIJING: China will give private capital the same entry standards to the banking industry as other capital, state media said on Sunday, as the government makes its hardest push in a decade to court private investors by welcoming them into a handful of sectors. Private companies would be allowed to buy into banks through private stock placements, new share subscriptions, equity transfers, mergers and acquisitions, the official China Daily said, citing the China Banking Regulatory Commission. Private ...
KUALA LUMPUR: International Financial Corp (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, is planning to take part in the planned $1.5 billion listing of Malaysia's Integrated Healthcare Holdings (IHH) in a move to help validate IHH's emerging markets strategy, according to IFC's official website. The largest global development institution focused on the private sector in developing countries said the move would help the healthcare firm with its pan-Asia expansion strategy. "Project cost and the amount and ...
MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India bought 111.94 billion rupees ($2.02 billion) of government bonds through open market operation (OMO) on Friday, lower t h an the notified 120 billion rupees. The RBI bought the 9.15 percent bonds maturing in 2024 at 104.73 rupees, yielding 8.5255 percent, in line with a Reuters poll forecast of 8.5230 percent. For the 8.19 percent bonds maturing in 2020, the central bank set the cut-off at 98.84 rupees for a yield ...


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