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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 the new government led by Narendra Modi would announce a higher borrowing figure in its budget due by mid-July.But analysts believe the new Bharatiya Janata Party government will be fiscally more prudent than anticipated by bond investors.Liquidity was also comfortable, according to traders, further shoring up sentiment. The cash rate has hovered below 8 percent for the past five sessions to Wednesday."Bonds didn't rally on the view that a new budget would mean higher borrowing. ...

China to let 10 local governments sell municipal bonds BEIJING: China will allow 10 local governments to sell municipal bonds in an experiment to clean up messy state budgets, the Finance Ministry said on Wednesday.The governments are those in Shanghai, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Shenzhen, Jiangsu, Shandong, Beijing, Qingdao, Ningxia and Jiangxi, the ministry said in a statement on its website.The amount of money that can be raised through bond sales cannot exceed a limit set by China's cabinet for the year, the ministry said. Copyright ...
Indian bonds extend falls as BJP fiscal policies awaited MUMBAI: Indian bonds fell for the third session in four on Monday, sending the 10-year yield to its highest level in three weeks, as investors start to grow cautious about the incoming government's fiscal policies.The fall in bonds contrasts with the rally in the rupee to 11-month highs and a surge in stocks to record levels that greeted the election sweep by the Bharatiya Janata Party led by Narendra Modi on Friday.For bond investors, the ...
India 10 year bond yield hits near 2-month low; elections in focus MUMBAI: India's 10-year benchmark bond rose for a second consecutive session, sending yield to a near two-month low, as sentiment improved on expectations the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would win a majority in the general elections.For the week, the benchmark bond yield dipped 6 basis points (bps), to mark its fourth weekly fall in five, helped partly by easing concerns about liquidity conditions as the Reserve Bank of India injected cash through term repo ...
Indian bonds fall for second straight day on profit-taking MUMBAI: Indian bonds fell for a second consecutive session on Wednesday amid caution ahead of this week's 160-billion-rupee ($2.7 billion) bond auction, though sentiment was subdued before the outcome of general elections next week.Some continued profit-taking pressured bonds, although broader falls were capped since banks were seen actively buying bonds to replenish their bond holdings ahead of redemptions worth 592.23 billion rupees ($9.86 billion) in bond and treasury bills until next week.The outcome of the ...
China 3-year fin min bond yield at 3.90pc, as forecast SHANGHAI: China's Ministry of Finance auctioned 28 billion yuan ($4.50 billion) of three-year bonds in the interbank market on Wednesday at an average yield of 3.90 percent, as expected, traders said.Market forecasts had centred around 3.90 percent and ranged from 3.85 to 3.97 percent. The auction yield came in near Tuesday's benchmark secondary market yield of 3.9770 percent for three-year government bonds.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
South Korea to sell 7.7 trillion won T-bonds in May SEOUL: South Korea plans to sell 7.70 trillion won ($7.44 billion) worth of treasury bonds through auctions in May, slightly more than 7.55 trillion won worth planned for April, the finance ministry said on Tuesday.The Ministry of Strategy and Finance also said it will exchange 550 billion won worth of existing paper with new debt. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...


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