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Indian bond yields drop as central bank OMO seen this week                MUMBAI: Indian government bond yields ended lower on Monday, retreating from the day's highs, as hopes the central bank will announce a second consecutive week of debt purchases offset a new warning on inflation from the RBI governor.   Despite continued doubts about the scope of interest rate cuts, investors are betting Indian bonds are set for their biggest rally since the global financial crisis, wagering that the government will unveil a fiscally disciplined budget on Feb. 28.   Bonds could also remain supported ahead of the 2013/14 budget, given the government only has one more weekly sale of debt left for the year ending in March, while the central bank could conduct open market operations (OMOs) to ease liquidity deficit.   "System is liquidity strapped, but the market may take a breather from the fact that this week would be the last scheduled auction and take the fresh cues from the budget," said Rudraksh Bhatt, ...

India MUMBAI: India's 10-year government bond yield fell 3 basis points on Thursday, while the one-year overnight index swap also fell, after data showed lower-than-expected January wholesale price inflation.   The 10-year yield was trading at 7.81 percent from its 7.84 percent close on Wednesday.   The one-year OIS swap rate was at 7.60 percent, according to traders, down 4 bps from its previous close and down about 2 bps from levels before the data.   Data earlier showed annual WPI eased ...
Bonds little changed: auction, retail sales in focus  TOKYO: US Treasuries were little changed in Asia on Wednesday, with many investors looking out to a 10-year debt auction and retail sales data later in the day to potentially pull the market out of its recent trading ranges.   The 10-year notes were yielding 1.973 percent, little changed from late US levels and comfortably within their trading band of 1.93 to 2.05 percent since late January.   The market is likely to be capped for now as it ...
South Korea won posts biggest daily gain since late 2011              SEOUL: The South Korean won posted its biggest daily gain since December 2011 on Monday after positive global economic data fuelled investor risk appetite and the market saw no change in the near term for local interest rates.   The local currency broke a three-day losing streak to stand at 1,084.6 against the dollar at the end of onshore trade, compared to Friday's domestic close at 1,097.4.    Its daily gain of 1.2 percent against the dollar was the ...
Indian bond yields hit 1-month high; cash worries on govt spend cuts MUMBAI: Indian government bond yields rose to a near one-month high on Friday as the cash deficit in the banking system seemed likely to prolong with the government clamping down on spending in a month which will see sustained debt sales.   The government, which already has held back on spending, resulting in its cash balances with the central bank swelling, will further cut expenses.   Finance ministry officials told Reuters cuts in welfare, defence and road projects would ...
India MUMBAI: Housing Development Finance Corp , India's biggest mortgage lender, plans to raise at least 2.5 billion rupees ($46.38 million) through five-year bonds at 9.05 percent coupon, said a source with direct knowledge of the deal.   Axis Bank is the sole arranger for the bond sale, said the source.   Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...
India bond yields rise; central bank report puts rate cut in doubt MUMBAI: Indian bond yields rose on Tuesday after a central bank report saying sustained fiscal consolidation was needed to create room for monetary easing raised doubts about whether it would cut interest rates later in the day as widely expected.   The 10-year bond yield rose 3 basis points to 7.89 percent in early trading.   The Reserve Bank of India said a sustained commitment to contain the fiscal and current account deficits was needed to create room for ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-1.988 bln
Exports $1.835 bln
Imports $3.823 bln
WeeklyOctober 08, 2015
Reserves $20.05 bln