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Greece requests 3-year euro zone loan, no volume speficied BRUSSELS: Greece submitted a formal request on Wednesday for a three-year loan from the European Stability Mechanism bailout fund but did not specify in its letter the volume of financing sought, a euro zone source who has seen the document said. The source said it was premature to say how much Athens would need to borrow from its euro zone partners since that depended on the assessment of its worsening economic outlook and public finances to be conducted by creditor institutions. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

Greek 2-year yield indicated at 48pc, up 13 percentage points LONDON: Dealers indicated a 13 percentage point surge in Greece's 2-year government bond yield on Monday, although bonds haven't traded since the Greek markets regulator requested their suspension last week following the country's default on an IMF loan. The two-year yield was indicated at 48 percent, the highest since the bond was issued in July 2014, after Greeks rejected EU-prescribed austerity measures in a referendum on Sunday. Ten-year yields were indicated 2.50 percentage points higher ...
Two-year gilt yields hit seven-month peak as market eyes BoE outlook LONDON: Short-dated gilt yields rose to their highest level since November on Thursday, adjusting further to recent comments from Bank of England policymakers who suggested they could soon vote to hike interest rates.The two-year British government bond yield peaked at 0.699 percent, its highest level since Nov. 7, and was last 3 basis points up on the day at 0.685 percent.The five-year yield, while rising less strongly than the two-year gilt yield, touched a new ...
Euro zone bond markets turn cautious on Greek deal prospects LONDON: Italian, Spanish and Portuguese borrowing costs rose on Wednesday as doubts over a deal to save Greece from default and keep it in the euro zone re-emerged. Yields on top-rated German Bunds fell as investors sought refuge in safe-haven assets. A Greek government official said Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told associates that creditors had rejected proposals presented by Athens to bridge a budget gap. Tsipras made the comments before heading to Brussels to meet ...
Greek bonds have not traded on electronic platform for a month LONDON: Investors have not traded Greek government bonds on the HDAT electronic platform for almost a month as the country struggles to reach a vital cash-for-reform deal with its creditors, data from Greece's central bank showed on Friday. The data shows not a single bond has been traded since May 20, in a sign investors have moved to the sidelines, lacking the appetite to buy what is currently considered one of the riskiest assets in ...
Italy, Spain, Portugal bond yields rise with no Greek breakthrough LONDON: Italian, Spanish and Portuguese bond yields rose in a nervous market on Friday after a euro zone finance ministers' meeting ended the previous day with no breakthrough in deadlocked Greek debt talks.Euro zone leaders will now hold an emergency summit on Monday to try to avert a default at the end of the month in Greece, where bank withdrawals have accelerated and government revenues slumped.The European Central Bank's governing council will hold a telephone ...
German Bund futures open half a point higher LONDON: German Bund futures opened half a point higher on Friday as investors came back to bond markets after strong debt sales in Italy, Spain and Ireland on Thursday.Yields have risen sharply across Europe in the past two months, with German 10-year Bund yields jumping from near zero to above 1 percent during that period.The solid demand at the debt sales on Thursday gave the market a signal that many investors were eager to take ...


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