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Indian bonds hit 2-1/2-week low; Iraq situation on watch MUMBAI: Indian government bonds dropped for the third straight session to their lowest in 2-1/2 weeks on Friday as continuing violence in Iraq threatened to push up global crude oil prices which could further add to the domestic inflationary pressures.The absence of foreign funds from the debt market after they exhausted almost all of the investment limits has been a key reason along with the crisis in Iraq for the recent losses in bonds.The 10-year paper rose as much as 4 basis points on day to 8.73 percent, its highest level since June 3.Traders expect the market to remain in a tight range ahead of the budget due by mid-July."There were hopes FII limits will be automatically increased once they hit 100 percent. That has not happened and it doesn't look like anything is moving in that direction," said Naveen Singh, senior vice president, fixed income at ICICI Securities Primary ...

China 10-year fin min bond yield at 4.00pc, within forecasts SHANGHAI: China's Ministry of Finance auctioned 28 billion yuan ($4.51 billion) of 10-year bonds in the interbank market on Wednesday at an average yield of 4.00 percent, as expected, traders said. Market forecasts had centred around 4.01 percent and ranged from 3.96 to 4.08 percent. The auction yield came in near Tuesday's benchmark secondary market yield of 4.0540 percent for 10-year government bonds.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Indian bonds snap three-day fall, tracking rupee recovery MUMBAI: Indian bonds rebounded from session lows to snap a three-day fall on Tuesday as good buying from state-run banks following a recovery in the rupee helped, while some easing in global crude oil prices also underpinned sentiment.The rupee recovered from a one-and-a-half month low after the central bank chief assured investors that India is ready to deal with any external shocks arising from the Iraq crisis, even as a spike in oil prices heightens ...
Indian bonds see biggest one-day fall in a month on higher WPI MUMBAI: Indian government bonds saw their biggest single-day fall in a month on Monday after data showed wholesale price-based inflation climbed more than expected, raising concerns the central bank may not be as forthright in cutting interest rates.India's wholesale price inflation rose to a five-month high in May, adding to worries that disappointing rains could lead to higher food prices and turmoil in Iraq could cause a spike in global oil prices.Wholesale prices in May ...
China Inc borrows $14 trillion, overtakes US as top corporate borrower HONG KONG: The Chinese corporate bond market has overtaken the United States as the world's biggest with the Asian giant looking to soak up a third of global company debt needs over the next five years, Standard & Poor's said on Monday. The rating agency said Chinese corporate borrowers owed $14.2 trillion at the end of 2013 versus $13.1 trillion owed by US corporations with the switch in rankings taking place a year earlier than ...
Indian bond yield end up tracking oil prices; biggest weekly rise in 2-1/2 months MUMBAI: Indian government bonds ended sharply down on Friday, marking a second straight session of falls, as investors feared a potential spike in inflation after global oil prices scaled nine-month highs.Brent crude oil hit a nine-month high near $115 a barrel on Friday as the United States threatened military action against Islamist militants who have taken towns and cities in Iraq, raising concerns over its oil exports.On the week, the 10-year benchmark yield rose 9 ...
Sri Lanka rupee tad weaker on importer dollar demand COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan rupee edged down from a near a one-year high on Friday as importer dollar demand outpaced greenback sales by banks and exporters while state banks bought dollars to prevent volatility, dealers said. The rupee ended at 130.25/28 per dollar, little changed from Wednesday's close of 130.25/27, which was its highest since June 28, 2013. Both the forex and stock markets were closed on Thursday for a public holiday. "There was late ...


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