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Local Argentine bonds fall 1.3pc on Chaco news  BUENOS AIRES: Locally traded Argentine sovereign bonds fell an average 1.3 percent on Tuesday, the first day of trading since Chaco province said over the weekend that it would pay some of its dollar-denominated obligations in local pesos.   The national government of Argentina has tried to stem capital flight this year by cracking down on access to US dollars. The new controls have limited the ability of borrowers to repay dollar-denominated debt in dollars.   The selloff was led by the country's Bonar 2017 bonds, which slipped 3.2 percent.   Monday was a holiday in Argentina and markets were closed.   Chaco's payment last week of about $260,000 in pesos sparked fear that other Argentine borrowers may start repaying their US dollar debts in pesos as well, in effect foisting a weaker currency on investors who had contracted to receive dollars. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...

Spain aid doubts support Bunds  LONDON: German government bonds edged up on Tuesday, supported by uncertainty over when Spain may ask for a bailout after euro zone ministers said the country did not need one yet.    Officials meeting in Luxembourg said Spain was taking steps to overhaul its economy and was funding itself successfully in financial markets, dashing hopes for a swift move to end the debt problems of the euro zone's fourth largest economy .   Nonetheless, investors expect that Madrid will ...
Bunds recover as Spanish aid doubts persist  LONDON: German Bund futures reversed losses on Tuesday as Spanish yields edged up on uncertainty about when Spain may ask for a bailout after euro zone finance ministers said the country did not need one yet.   "We're trading pretty much in a tight range and I can't see us moving far from that until we get something more concrete on Spain," a trader said.   "People aren't carrying huge amounts of risk and there's still buying of dips ...
Bunds recover as Spanish aid doubts persist  LONDON: German Bund futures reversed losses on Tuesday as Spanish yields edged up on uncertainty about when Spain may ask for a bailout after euro zone finance ministers said the country did not need one yet.   "We're trading pretty much in a tight range and I can't see us moving far from that until we get something more concrete on Spain," a trader said.   "People aren't carrying huge amounts of risk and there's still buying of dips ...
UK gilts steady ahead of auction, data  LONDON: British gilts were little changed early on Tuesday, as uncertainty over the timing of Spain's request for a bailout offset a boost to global risk appetite from a large cash injection into China's money markets.   At 0756 GMT the December gilt future, which tends to be regarded as a safe haven by investors from the euro zone's problems, was 1 tick down at 120.36, while the equivalent Bund was 9 ticks up.   "Asian equities performed quite ...
Yield on 10-year Spanish bonds shoots back above 6pc  PARIS: The yield on Spanish 10-year bonds rose sharply Tuesday back above 6.0 percent for the first time in over a week following a meeting of eurozone finance ministers where there was no progress on a possible Spanish bailout.   At 0628 GMT the yield on 10-year Spanish government bonds rose to 6.095 percent on the secondary market, compared to 5.714 percent at Monday's close. It had been below 6.0% percent, a level considered by many economists ...
Bunds slip but Spain doubts contain move  LONDON: German government bond prices slipped on Tuesday but did not stray far, supported by uncertainty over when Spain may ask for a bailout after euro zone ministers said the country did not need one yet.   Riskier assets were underpinned by global central bank action and European shares were set to open higher - taking the shine off Bunds - after China's central bank became the latest to take additional stimulus measures to support growth .   Euro ...

 



 
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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%
MonthlyJune
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyJuly 23, 2015
Reserves $18.677 bln