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Indian bonds fall after 4 days of gains on profit-taking MUMBAI: India's benchmark 10-year bond snapped a four-day winning streak on Monday, retracing from its 4-month high touched in the previous session, on profit-taking and as an announcement of a new 14-year bond dented appetite for instruments of similar tenures.The government announced bond sales of 160 billion rupees ($2.74 billion) scheduled for May 30, including 70 billion rupees of a new 14-year bond, during market hours, taking the market by surprise with its timing.Traders also trimmed holdings ahead of the announcement of key ministerial posts, primarily the appointment of the new finance minister.Investors also await comments from Narendra Modi, who will be sworn in as the prime minister later in the day.The market has been factoring in Arun Jaitley as the obvious candidate for finance minister on a list of cabinet members prepared by Modi.Traders expect bonds to be ranged until clarity emerges on the new government's plan to rein-in ...

India 10 year bond yield rises after new 14-yr bond sale announced MUMBAI: India's benchmark 10-year bond yield rose further in afternoon trade, as traders pruned bond holdings after the government announced the sale of a new 14-year bond as part of its weekly bond auction announcement. Traders were also caught by surprise by the timing of the finance ministry's release, as typically the central bank announces bond auction details after market hours. Immediately after the announcement, the 10-year bond yield rose 3 basis points to 8.69 ...
Indonesia sells $205.85 million in retail saving bonds JAKARTA: Indonesia sold 2.391 trillion rupiah ($205.85 million) in retail saving bonds at an auction to help finance its 2014 budget, the finance ministry's debt office said on Monday. The two-year bond, the first it has issued and on offer only to Indonesians, will mature in 2016 and have a floating-with-floor coupon, starting at 8.75 percent for the first three months.The coupon will be adjusted quarterly with a floor of 8.75 percent.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
India's 10-year bond hits 4-month high; biggest weekly gain in 5 months MUMBAI: India's benchmark 10-year bond rose to its highest level in four months on Friday as good demand at a debt sale and expectations that the new government would work towards reining-in the fiscal deficit boosted sentiment.Yield on the benchmark 10-year fell 19 basis points on the week, its biggest weekly fall since the week to Dec. 13 when it had dropped 25 bps.Sentiment has improved after two senior finance ministry officials told Reuters on ...
Indian bonds gain for third day on hopes of fiscal deficit target cut MUMBAI: Indian bonds gained for a third session on Thursday after Reuters reported that the finance ministry was working on a proposal for the new government to rein-in the fiscal deficit in its first budget, citing two senior officials.The sources said India could bring down the fiscal deficit to around 3.8-3.9 percent of GDP, from the current target of 4.1 percent, and that it could also reduce borrowing from markets by 250 billion rupees ($4.25 ...
China's debt yields converge slowly, even amid FX volatility HONG KONG: The gap between China onshore and offshore bond rates is converging to the delight of fund managers, and probably the government, as it signals a deepening of markets for Chinese assets and the yuan.More alignment between the two markets shows that the offshore market is not just being driven by FX speculation and will help toward internationalisation of the Chinese currency.Money managers at the annual auction of China's ministry of finance bond sale ...
Indian bonds see biggest gain in over a month; auction in focus MUMBAI: Indian bonds posted their biggest single-day gain in a month on Wednesday as a period of relative underperformance of debt markets led to value-buying from long-term investors, who are betting the new government led by Narendra Modi will be mindful of enforcing fiscal discipline.Gains in bonds have been relatively muted compared with the rupee, which rose to an 11-month high on Monday, or stocks, which hit an all time high on Friday, given concerns ...


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Arrow DJIA 16,982.59 0.13
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