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Unsure about China stimulus, investors return to safety of bonds LONDON: Euro zone bond yields fell back on Wednesday as the market euphoria from China's rate cut ebbed and investors feared more stimulus may be needed to halt a slowdown in the world's second largest economy. Yields on Europe's top-rated German debt reversed half of a 15 basis point surge seen after Tuesday's intervention by China, while world stocks failed to build on a temporary boost. The disappointing reaction in Chinese markets led to calls for further rate cuts in the months ahead, which will only weaken the yuan and export disinflation to the rest of the world. More importantly for global investors though, China's malaise may prevent the United States, the world's largest economy and key trade partner, from raising interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade. "If China is unable to prevent a continued rapid slowdown, the implications will be felt around the world," said ...

Croatia beats targets in T-bill auctions, yields mostly lower ZAGREB: Croatia sold more Treasury bills than planned at auctions on Tuesday, while yields mostly fell, Finance Ministry data showed.The investors mostly focused on the longest-maturity one-year kuna bills whose yield was the only one that remained unchanged, at 1.50 percent.The sale of Treasury bills has been largely successful in recent months amid a shortage of other attractive investment instruments in the newest European Union member.Croatia's total Treasury bill debt amounts to 20.94 billion kuna ...
German bond yields drop after Fed highlights inflation, growth lag LONDON: German bond yields fell sharply on Thursday morning as European investors reacted to the release of minutes from the US Federal Reserve's latest meeting, which noted lagging inflation and the weak world economy.The minutes released late on Wednesday came as oil prices fell to a 6-1/2-year low, and led some to doubt that the world's largest economy is gearing up to raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade next month.German ...
Euro zone yields stabilise as global inflation slowdown fears ease LONDON: Euro zone bond yields settled on Wednesday after a sharp rise the previous day caused by a surprise uptick in UK inflation, with investors wary that a similar reading in the United States later could mean a Federal Reserve rate hike was imminent. Tuesday's UK data, showing core inflation hitting a five-month high, eased some concerns that a wavering Chinese economy would fuel a significant slowdown in inflation on a global scale. Such worries ...
Romania sells 300mn lei of June 2019 T-Bonds BUCHAREST: Romania sold a planned 300 million lei ($75.22 million) worth of June 2019 treasury bonds on Monday, with the average accepted yield at 2.42 percent, central bank data showed.Debt managers last sold the paper in July at an average yield of 2.46 percent. So far this year, Romania has issued debt worth just under 22 billion lei.Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
Greek deal shields weaker euro debt from China-driven flight to safety LONDON: Spanish and Italian yields fell on Tuesday as a bailout deal for Greece insulated lower-rated euro zone bonds from a flight to safe havens triggered by China's devaluation of its yuan currency. A Greek Finance Ministry official said the pact with international lenders would be worth up to 85 billion euros ($94 billion) in fresh loans over three years. Crucially, it will save Athens from default on a debt repayment of 3.2 billion euro ...
France to sell 4.5-5.5bn euros of bonds on Aug 6 PARIS: France's debt agency will go ahead with an optional bond auction on Aug. 6, aiming to raise 4.5-5.5 billion euros ($4.9-6.0 billion) as investors have resumed buying after a deal on Greece, debt agency chief Anthony Requin told Reuters on Friday. Debt agency AFT has often cancelled the optional August auction because of a summer lull on markets but decided to proceed with the sale this time because demand is strong, Requin said. He ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyAugust 27, 2015
Reserves $18.509 bln