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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 earlier in the day.Ongoing political turmoil in Italy hampered investor appetite for risk. After February's inconclusive election, the country could be inching toward another vote within months.Investors were also fretting over the pace of growth in the US after automatic government spending cuts, known as "sequestration," were allowed to kick in starting March 1.In addition, Treasuries also drew support from the latest rally in both Japanese and German bond prices. The 10-year JGB yield hit ...

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 ...
Long dated JGB prices rise on pension fund buying TOKYO: Long-dated Japanese government prices inched higher on Friday, with the 30-year yield hitting a seven-month low, as pension funds looked to extend the duration of their portfolios.Expectations that the Bank of Japan will adopt bold monetary easing also supported the market, although gains were capped after Tokyo's Nikkei share average reversed earlier losses and traded higher.The 30-year yield slipped 4.5 basis points to 1.765 percent after dropping at one point to 1.750 percent, a ...
India bonds hit 2-week lows on higher FY14 gross borrowing target MUMBAI: Indian government bonds fell to their lowest in more than two weeks on Thursday after the finance ministry announced a gross market borrowing target that was well above expectations, dashing hopes of reduced debt supply.The government is planning to borrow 6.29 trillion rupees in the fiscal year starting April, higher than the 5.58 trillion rupees for the current fiscal year, according to the budget unveiled by Finance Minister P. Chidambaram.That was higher than market ...
LME copper to revisit low of $7,785 SINGAPORE: LME copper is expected to revisit its Tuesday low of $7,785 per tonne as a rebound from the Feb. 22 low of $7,796 has completed.The rebound has adopted an irregular flat pattern, consisting of three waves labelled a, b, c, with the wave c slightly longer than the wave a.A Fibonacci retracement analysis on the fall from the Feb. 15 high of $8,266 to $7,796 reveals a resistance at $7,907, the 23.6 percent retracement ...
South Korea bonds rise on risk aversion; won falls for 2nd day SEOUL: South Korean bonds rose in domestic trade Tuesday, with the yield on five-year government debt falling to a record low as political uncertainty in Italy made investors risk averse.Yield on the five-year treasury bonds fell by four basis points to 2.76 percent, nearly on par with the Bank of Korea's benchmark rate of 2.75 percent.Yield on the three-year government debt fell three basis points to 2.65 percent, another record low."Foreigners are buying a lot ...
Bonds firm on European jitters after Italy vote TOKYO: US Treasuries firmed in Asian trading on Tuesday, with the benchmark yield dropping to its lowest level in a month as political uncertainty following an Italian election rekindled fears about the euro zone's debt crisis and whetted investors' appetite for safe-haven debt.- Italy's centre left won the lower house as widely expected, but projections by Italian media indicate no party or coalition will be able to form a majority in the upper house, or ...


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