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German yields fall as US jobs revision, oil retreat halt bond rout LONDON: German borrowing costs fell on Friday as investors' faith in a near-term US rate hike was dented by a mixed US jobs report while a retreat in oil prices helped dispel deflation fears that have been behind a recent bond rout. U.S and European benchmark bond yields dropped sharply after a report showed US jobs gains were weaker than initially thought in March, even though they rebounded last month. Traders pared expectations that the first rate hike from the US Federal Reserve will come in December to 51 percent from 62 percent after the data, futures contracts showed. Strategists said the revision, in conjunction with oil prices marking their first weekly decline in more than a month and a British election that resulted in an unexpected majority Conservative government, brought relief to markets that had been rattled over the past 10 days. "The net revisions in the US jobs ...

Euro zone bond rout deepens ahead of new debt sales LONDON: A sharp sell-off in major euro zone bond markets deepened on Thursday, exacerbated by upcoming debt sales of more than 12 billion euros that will prove a strong test of investor demand. French 10-year yields climbed 3 basis points to 0.95 percent, a level not seen since last December, while benchmark German Bunds DE10YT=TWEB rose by a similar amount to 0.63 percent. Analysts said the week-long market capitulation, which was first sparked by easing ...
Spain sells 4.5bn eurs in bonds, 10-year yields up MADRID: Spain sold 4.5 billion euros ($5.1 billion) of debt at a triple bond auction on Thursday, including an inflation-linked bond, with yields rising on 10-year debt as fears of a deflationary cycle in the euro zone ease. Spain's Treasury sold 3.6 billion euros of the bonds due 2017 and 2025, within its target range of between 3 and 4 billion euros. It also sold 885 million euros of the linker, due 2019, at the ...
German bond yields on course for biggest weekly rise since 1999 LONDON: German government borrowing costs surged on Thursday, on course for their biggest weekly rise since mid-1999, just after the single currency was launched. Europe has been the epicentre of a rout in global bond markets over the last week as deflation fears have eased and investors have started to baulk at eye-wateringly low yields. Having hit a record low of 0.05 percent three weeks ago, benchmark German 10-year yields spiked more than 20 basis ...
UK 10-year gilt yields hit 2015 high ahead of election LONDON: Ten-year British government bond yields surged to their highest level this year on Tuesday, two days before voters go to the polls in the hardest-to-predict national election since the 1970s.Robust U.S. non-manufacturing data caused gilts to extend losses made earlier in the day when traders were catching up with global bond price falls from Monday, a public holiday in Britain.Ten-year gilt yields peaked at 1.989 percent at 1416 GMT, more than 14 basis points ...
UK 10-year gilt yields hit 2015 high ahead of election LONDON: Ten-year British government bond yields surged to their highest level this year on Tuesday, two days before voters go to the polls in the hardest-to-predict national election since the 1970s. Robust US non-manufacturing data caused gilts to extend losses made earlier in the day when traders were catching up with global bond price falls from Monday, a public holiday in Britain. Ten-year gilt yields peaked at 1.989 percent at 1416 GMT, more than 14 ...
Romania aims to sell debt worth 2.0bn lei in May BUCHAREST: Romanian debt managers aim to sell 2.0 billion lei worth of leu currency bills and bonds in May and issue an additional 180 million lei in non-competitive offers, the finance ministry said on Tuesday. So far this year, the European Union state has issued 14.4 billion lei worth of domestic debt. It sold an overall 2.7 billion lei last month including non-competitive offers. In May, the finance ministry has scheduled two tenders for one-year ...

 



 
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Banking Review 2014


Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyMarch
Trade Balance $-1.586 bln
Exports $1.932 bln
Imports $3.518 bln
WeeklyMay 21, 2015
Reserves $17.75 bln