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Indian government bonds gain for 2nd day; cash improves MUMBAI: Indian government bonds, including the new 10-year debt, gained for a second consecutive session on Tuesday, supported by improved cash conditions and early gains in the rupee.Cash in the banking system has improved on month-end government spending and state-run oil refiners selling rupees to buy dollars in the forex market.This has led to lower borrowing from the central bank's emergency funding window, or Marginal Standing Facility, where banks borrow at the penal rate of 8.75 percent, 100 bps above the repo rate.Despite selling from oil companies, the rupee gained as much as 62.28 to the dollar on foreign fund inflows with a few corporates, helping further ease bond yields. It however ended flat on the day at 62.50/51 to the dollar."Better liquidity would lead to positive carry on bonds as overnight rates move below the MSF rate," said Arvind Chari, head, fixed income and alternatives at Quantum Advisors.Activity in ...

India's new 10-year bond gains; crude prices ease MUMBAI: India's newly issued 10-year bond continued to gain on Monday, benefitting from its scarcity premium, while other bonds also rose after global crude prices slumped.Bonds overall are, however, struggling, with the existing benchmark 10-year bond yield easing marginally after rising for three consecutive sessions amid doubts about whether the central bank will aggressively purchase debt given signs of improved liquidity.The reduced prospect of debt purchases are denting sentiment even as Brent crude dropped as ...
South Korea bonds ease on firmer stocks, foreign selling SEOUL: South Korean government bond prices fell slightly on Monday, as rising stocks took the shine off fixed-income instruments while foreign selling in bond futures also caused a dent.Traders were also reluctant to boost holdings on caution ahead of the release of key monthly indicators later this week, which analysts expect to underscore a sustained recovery in Asia's fourth-largest economy.Prices fell across the board, with the yield on the benchmark 10-year government bonds gaining 1.5 ...
India's new 10-year benchmark bonds gain after auction MUMBAI: India's new 10-year 2023 bond yield fell to as low as 8.77 percent from its cut-off yield of 8.83 percent at the weekly auction, reflecting strong demand for the new issuance. The new 10-year bond yield was last trading at 8.79 percent. It will replace the existing 10-year as India's benchmark bond after a few more issuances. Indian raised 150 billion rupees ($2.38 billion) through a bond auction on Friday, including 70 billion rupees ...
Indonesia raises 12 trillion rupiah in bonds, above target JAKARTA: Indonesia's finance ministry raised 12 trillion rupiah ($1.03 billion) at a bond auction on Tuesday, well above an indicative target of 8 trillion rupiah, the ministry's debt office said. The country sold all offered securities, except for 31-year bonds. Most yields were higher compared with the previous auction on Nov. 6. The yield for 1-year T-bill was 6.57271 percent, up from 6.19991 percent. The yield for 11-year bond was 8.36025, higher than 8.02940 percent. ...
South Korea bonds end flat, lacking fresh cues SEOUL: South Korean bonds were little changed on Monday, as investors opted to stay on the sidelines in the absence of new developments to generate momentum.Yield on the benchmark 10-year government bonds ended down 0.5 basis points, while lead December futures on three-year treasury bonds ended up 0.01 points.Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...
South Korea bonds fall as foreigners sell after upbeat US jobs data SEOUL: South Korean bonds slid on a selloff by offshore investors, sparked by better-than-expected US jobs data that showed the partial government shutdown had a limited impact on the world's biggest economy.Yield on the benchmark 10-year government bonds stood at 3.580 percent, while lead December futures on three-year treasury bonds ended down 0.22 points at 105.58.Copyright Reuters, 2013 ...


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