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Italy to offer up to 8.25bn euros of CCTEU, BTP at auction ROME: Italy's Treasury said on Monday it would issue up to 8.25 billion euros ($9.32 billion) of floating-rate notes linked to euro-zone inflation (CCTEU), and fixed-rate bonds (BTP) at its regular end-month auction on Jan. 29. The Treasury said in a statement it would offer: Between 1.25 billion euros and 1.75 billion euros of a 9th tranche CCTEU maturing on Dec. 15, 2020. Between 2.5 billion euros and 3 billion euros of a 5th tranche BTP with a 1.05 percent coupon, maturing on Dec. 1, 2019. Between 3 billion euros and 3.5 billion euros of an 11th tranche BTP with a 2.5 percent coupon, maturing on Dec. 1, 2024. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...

Italy to issue 7bn euros of BOTs at end-month auction ROME: The Italian Treasury said on Friday it would offer seven billion euros of first tranche, 6-month Treasury bills (BOTs) at its regular end-month auction on Jan. 28. The BOTs will mature on July 31, 2015. Copyright Reuters, 2015 ...
Portugal 2014 public deficit falls 20pc, beats target LISBON: Portugal's public deficit shrank by 20 percent to 7.07 billion euros ($8 billion) last year as spending fell and tax revenues hit a record high, to beat the government's deficit estimate by 655 million euros, the finance ministry said on Friday. The primary public balance, which excludes debt interest payments, swung to a surplus of 1.03 billion euros from a deficit of 882 million euros a year earlier, the ministry said. Tax revenues rose ...
German bond yields rise on worries QE might end 16-month rally LONDON: German 10-year bond yields rose on Thursday, as investors weighed up whether a 16-month rally in the top-rated debt can continue after the ECB launches a much-anticipated bond-buying scheme.After the biggest daily jump in more than a year on Wednesday, German yields -- the bloc's benchmark -- climbed further away from historic lows, as markets waited eagerly for confirmation that the ECB would follow the path of other major central banks into quantitative easing.Lower-rated ...
ECB to decide on bond-buying plan to revive euro zone FRANKFURT: The European Central Bank is poised to announce a plan on Thursday to buy government bonds, resorting to its last big policy option for breathing life into the flagging euro zone economy.Market expectations are sky-high for the ECB to unveil large-scale quantitative easing (QE) - printing money to buy government bonds - despite opposition from Germany's Bundesbank and concerns in Berlin that this could allow spendthrift countries to slacken economic reforms.The momentous step - ...
German bond yields hit record lows after Swiss cap shock LONDON: German bond yields hit new lows on Friday as investors parked money in safe, top-rated debt as the shock of the Swiss National Bank scrapping its currency cap continued to wash over markets.The 10-year benchmark dropped below 0.40 percent for the first time, while yields on U.S. Treasuries and UK Gilts also fell after the SNB stunned markets on Thursday by abandoning its pledge to keep the franc above 1.20 per euro.Bond brokers said ...
German yields hit lows, Greek debt costs soar after Swiss cap shock LONDON: German bond yields hit record lows on Friday while fears about Greek banks sent the country's borrowing costs spiralling - signs of the fallout from the Swiss National Bank's shock decision to scrap its currency cap.A surge in the Swiss franc after the SNB abandoned its 1.20 euro limit on Thursday saw investors flee equities and other risky assets, parking money instead in top-rated bonds.Triple-A rated German debt was again the major beneficiary with ...

 



 
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Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyJanuary
Trade Balance $-999 mln
Exports $2.064 bln
Imports $3.063 bln
WeeklyMarch 13, 2015
Reserves $16.273 bln