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Euro zone bond yields rebound as US data, ECB meeting eyed LONDON: Euro zone government bond yields rose on Tuesday as investors booked profits from the market's rally, though the moves were expected to remain modest before an ECB meeting this week that could see the bank ease monetary policy.Investors were also pushing for cheaper prices before a slew of debt sales this week and U.S. economic reports, which many expect will show the recovery in the world's biggest economy remains on track, in contrast to the grim outlook in the euro zone.Top-rated euro zone bonds underperformed peripheral debt, with yields bouncing off record lows hit last week. Ten-year German, Dutch and French yields were 4 basis points higher at 0.92 percent, 1.10 and 1.30 percent respectively.Peripheral bond yields were 1-3 bps up, not far from historic lows after anaemic manufacturing data from the currency bloc on Monday reinforced bets the European Central Bank will deliver more stimulus for the stuttering ...

Periphery bond yields slip as weak PMIs back case for ECB easing LONDON: Low-rated euro zone bond yields mostly dipped on Monday as data showing tepid growth in manufacturing fuelled speculation that the ECB would increase support for the bloc's faltering economy at its meeting on Thursday.Policymakers and national leaders joined calls over the weekend for ECB president Mario Draghi to ease policy further, although many think Draghi will favour words rather than action this week as he waits for existing measures to take effect.Concerns about the ...
Bund yields rise as inflation data dents ECB easing speculation LONDON: German Bund yields edged up from record lows on Friday as investors pared back expectations that the European Central Bank could ease monetary policy after euro zone inflation data came out only a touch lower. Bond yields fell sharply across the euro zone at the start of this week after ECB President Mario Draghi highlighted a significant drop in inflation expectations, prompting some in the market to bet on rate cuts and hints of ...
Spain to issue bonds due 2024, 2044 on Thursday MADRID: Spain's Treasury said on Friday it plans to issue bonds due 2024 and 2044 on Thursday next week. On Sept. 4, Spain will sell a bond due October 31, 2024, with a 2.75 percent coupon, and a bond maturing October 31, 2044 with a 5.15 percent coupon. The amount the Treasury aims to raise at the auction will be announced at around 1200 GMT on Monday. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Bund yields hit new low on Ukraine crisis, periphery yields rise LONDON: German Bund yields hit a record low after Ukraine accused Russia of moving troops across the countries' border, while lower-rated euro zone bond yields rose after above-forecast inflation readings tempered expectations of imminent ECB easing.Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday Russian troops had entered Ukraine, and said his security and defence council would meet to decide how to respond.Bunds, which perform well in times of heightened uncertainty because they are seen as ultra-safe ...
UK 30-year gilt yields hit 15-month low below 3pc LONDON: Yields on 30-year British government bonds fell below 3 percent for the first time since May 2013, as gilt prices rallied in line with German debt on speculation about European Central Bank stimulus.Thirty-year yields touched 2.988 percent at 1409 GMT, 6 basis points down on the day, a level last seen on May 3 last year. Ten-year yields hit a low of 2.362 percent, more than 8 basis points down on the day.Copyright Reuters, ...
Eurozone bond rates fall to record low levels PARIS: The cost of borrowing for eurozone countries fell to record low levels on Wednesday, despite gloom over the economic outlook and crisis over policy in France.Bond interest rates are falling on prospects that the European Central Bank may ramp up cash in the economy.And although it appeared to have little immediate effect on market indicators, analysts welcomed the arrival of former banker Emmanuel Macron as France's new finance minister in a reshuffled government.The interest ...

 



 
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Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
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