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Indian bonds fall for fifth day; inflation to be next key trigger MUMBAI: Indian government bonds fell for a fifth consecutive session on Wednesday as investors sold some of their debt holdings to make space for the upcoming $2.41 billion bond auction on Friday, with caution also prevailing ahead of the US monthly jobs data.The jobs data, due on Friday, could help set expectations about the timing of any tapering in US monetary stimulus ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting in December.Investors also expect a period of prolonged caution until inflation data, due on Dec. 16, which will set expectations ahead of the central bank's policy review on Dec. 18.The Reserve Bank of India raised interest rates twice by 25 basis points each in September and October, and traders worry the central bank could again tighten policy this month."A high reading for November inflation would increase the possibility of further rate hikes," said Sandeep Bagla, executive vice president at ICICI Securities ...

Indian bonds end slightly weaker; inflation data to be next key trigger MUMBAI: India's existing benchmark 10-year bonds fell slightly on Monday as stronger-than-expected economic growth and manufacturing data solidified the case for another rate hike by the central bank, given continued inflationary pressures.Data late on Friday showed the Indian economy grew a stronger-than-expected 4.8 percent in the three months through September, while a private HSBC survey showed earlier in the day that manufacturing activity returned to growth in November after contracting for the previous three months.The ...
Mauritius 273-day Treasury bills yield rises at auction PORT LOUIS: The weighted average yield on Mauritius' 273-day Treasury bills rose to 3.64 percent at auction on Friday from 3.54 percent at the previous sale, the central bank said. The Bank of Mauritius sold all the 500 million Mauritius rupees ($16.53 million) worth of debt it had offered. It received bids worth 1.065 billion rupees at yields ranging from 4.77 percent to 3.60 percent. The bank rate posted was 3.52 percent. Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...
South Korea bonds ease on continued foreign selling SEOUL: South Korean government bond prices fell on Friday as persistent foreign selling in local bond futures dented sentiment, more than offsetting a boost from a relatively small amount of issuance planned for the next month.Foreign investors were net sellers of the liquid 3-year treasury bond futures for 604.3 billion won ($569.32 million). It was their 23rd consecutive day of selling, the longest such streak on record.The yield on the benchmark 10-year government bonds ended ...
Indian bonds inclusion in global indices not urgent MUMBAI: The inclusion of Indian bonds into global debt indices is not an urgent concern, the country's economic affairs secretary Arvind Mayaram told reporters on the sidelines of an event on Thursday. India is in talks to include its debt into benchmark indexes compiled by banks such as J.P.Morgan, hoping to attract billions of dollars in investment. "It would be interesting to be on the global indices, but it is not a matter which is ...
Indian government bonds gain for 3rd day as rupee rallies MUMBAI: Indian government bonds rose for a third session on Wednesday, continuing to benefit from a rally in the rupee, although caution is expected to set in ahead of quarterly economic growth data due at the end of the week.The rupee rose to a one-week high, on the back of dollar selling from foreign banks. Bonds have kept a close correlation with the rupee in the second half of the year after a slump in ...
South Korea bonds tick down as foreigners sell futures SEOUL: South Korean government bond prices fell slightly on Wednesday as foreign selling in futures trading soured buying sentiment amid caution over still uncertain direction in US Federal Reserve policy.The yield on the benchmark 10-year government bonds ended up 0.1 basis point at 3.635 percent. Lead December futures on three-year treasury bonds finished down 0.03 point at 105.49.Foreign investors were net sellers in futures trading for 489.5 billion won ($461.81 million), up from their net ...


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