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Greece to auction 1.25bn euros of 6-month T-bills on July 6 ATHENS: Greece will sell 1.25 billion euros ($1.39 billion) of six-month treasury bills on July 6 to refinance a maturing issue, debt agency PDMA said on Friday. Athens successfully rolled over six-month T-bills last month, with the paper priced to yield 2.97 percent. In a rollover, T-bill holders renew their positions instead of getting paid on the maturing paper they hold. The settlement date of the new bills will be July 8. Only primary dealers will be allowed to participate and no commission is to be paid. Copyright Reuters, 2016 ...

Markets - Fixed Income - Europe

Euro zone yields slide, Spanish, Italian yields set for biggest weekly fall since 2012 LONDON: Borrowing costs across the euro zone sank to new lows on Friday, with yields in Spain, Italy and Ireland set for their biggest weekly fall in almost four years on rising expectations of central bank policy action following Brexit. Spain and Italy, where 10-year yields hit their lowest in more than a year, saw the most pronounced market moves amid talk about changes to the European Central Bank's asset purchase programme that could benefit ...

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Euro zone yields edge up, Bund yields face biggest monthly fall since Jan LONDON: Euro zone government bond yields lifted off record lows on Thursday as rallying stocks drew investors away from low-risk bonds, but post-Brexit uncertainty still left German Bund yields on track for their biggest monthly fall since January. French, Irish and Dutch 10-year yields, which touched record lows on Wednesday on hopes for more European Central Bank stimulus to limit the negative impact of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, all edged higher.German 10-year ...

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UK 30-year gilts set new record despite easing risk backdrop LONDON: British 30-year government bond yields sank to a fresh record low on Wednesday, despite a more upbeat general risk sentiment that boosted sterling and shares, and helped shorter-dated debt climb off a recent trough. Thirty-year yields hit a record low of 1.769 percent at 1135 GMT, and were still 3 basis points down on the day at 1.78 percent at 1318 GMT. Twenty-year yields also hit a record low of 1.654 percent, while 10-year ...

Markets - Fixed Income - Europe

German Bund yields forecast to fall further sub-zero, ratcheting up pain for ECB LONDON: German 10-year government bond yields could fall close to minus 0.5 percent in the wake of last week's Brexit vote, pressuring the ECB to cut its deposit rate to ensure it can complete its 1.7 trillion euro stimulus scheme.Several big banks have lowered their forecasts for the German 10-year yield, the euro zone's most important market interest rate, since Britain's shock vote drove it to a record low of minus 0.17 percent as investors ...

Markets - Fixed Income - Europe

German Bund yields forecast to fall further sub-zero, ratcheting up pain for ECB LONDON: German 10-year government bond yields could fall close to minus 0.5 percent in the wake of last week's Brexit vote, pressuring the ECB to cut its deposit rate to ensure it can complete its 1.7 trillion euro stimulus scheme.Several big banks have lowered their forecasts for the German 10-year yield, the euro zone's most important market interest rate, since Britain's shock vote drove it to a record low of minus 0.17 percent as investors ...

Markets - Fixed Income - Europe

France's 10-year bond yield hits record low, Spanish yields tumble LONDON: France's 10-year bond yield touched a fresh record low early on Wednesday amid expectations for further monetary stimulus to offset the negative impact of last week's Brexit vote on the euro zone economy. The French 10-year bond yield fell to as low as 0.235 percent.Southern European bond yields tumbled 4-5 basis points, with Spain's 10-year bond yield falling to 1.273 percent - its lowest level since April last year.Copyright Reuters, 2016 ...