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Bank of Japan stimulus weighs on safe-haven Bunds  LONDON: German Bunds fell on Wednesday after new stimulus from the Bank of Japan made riskier assets more appealing, but Spain's reluctance to seek a bailout and activate the ECB bond-buying was expected to limit losses. The Bank of Japan increased its asset purchase programme by 10 trillion yen ($127 billion) to 80 trillion yen on Wednesday, following the US Federal Reserve's stimulus plan last week, in to revitalise a fading economic recovery.  European stocks rose and safe-haven Bund futures fell 25 ticks to 139.21. Cash 10-year German bond yields were 2.5 basis points higher at 1.63 percent. "Central banks are still throwing money at things, we ... (expect Bunds to trade) lower simply because stocks are reacting to what's happened in Japan," one trader said.  Bunds have fallen steeply since the European Central Bank pledged to carry out unlimited purchases of bonds issued by troubled euro zone states to ease the bloc's debt ...

UK gilts dip as markets seek policy clues from BoE minutes  LONDON: British bond prices dipped in early trade on Wednesday as investors turned to riskier investments after further stimulus from the Bank of Japan and ahead of Bank of England minutes that might contain pointers about future UK monetary policy. The Bank of Japan boosted its asset purchase programme by 10 trillion yen ($127.21 billion) to 80 trillion yen on Wednesday, following the US Federal Reserve's stimulus plan last week, in a bid to boost the ...
Spanish bond yields fall after BoJ stimulus  LONDON: Spanish government bond yields fell on Wednesday as sentiment towards higher-yielding and riskier assets was lifted by the Bank of Japan's surprise decision to unveil new stimulus measures.  As equities rose globally, Spanish 10-year yields  fell 7 basis points to 5.86 percent while the two-year yield was 12 bps lower at 3.26 percent. Low risk German Bunds were down on the day. Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
Bunds fall after Bank of Japan stimulus  LONDON: German Bunds fell on Wednesday as riskier assets looked more appealing following new monetary stimulus from Japan, but Spain's reluctance to seek a bailout and activate the ECB's new bond-buying plan was seen limiting losses.   The Bank of Japan boosted its asset purchase programme by 10 trillion yen ($127.21 billion) to 80 trillion yen on Wednesday, following the US Federal Reserve's stimulus plan last week, in a bid to boost the chances of an economic ...
Spain yields stay high as investors wait for aid move  MADRID: Spain easily sold 4.6 billion euros ($6 billion) of short-term debt on Tuesday but uncertainty over whether the country will apply for an aid programme and trigger a European Central Bank bond-buying programme kept yields at a high level. The Spanish Treasury, taking advantage of improved market conditions after the ECB said it would help reduce the country's financing costs, sold more than the top end of its target of between 3.5 billion and 4.5 ...
Spanish yields creep higher as bailout nerves grow  LONDON: Spanish bond prices fell on Tuesday as unease over slow progress towards a possible bailout request from Madrid pushed some investors to sell, benefiting low-risk German Bunds. The European Central Bank made a landmark pledge earlier this month to carry out unlimited purchases of bonds issued by troubled euro zone states, in what was seen a major step towards addressing the region's three-year-old debt crisis. But a condition of the support was that a country must ...
Bunds rise as unease over Spain grows  LONDON: German Bunds rose at Tuesday's open as growing unease over slow progress towards a possible Spanish bailout request pushed some investors to buy back into safe-haven assets after a recent sharp selloff.   Bund futures were 37 ticks higher at 139.37, adding to a small rise on Monday and climbing further away from the 5-1/2 month lows seen earlier in the previous session.   "I was surprised Bunds didn't do better yesterday given what was going on in the ...

 



 
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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%
MonthlyApril
Trade Balance $-1.795 bln
Exports $1.995 bln
Imports $3.790 bln
WeeklyMay 28, 2015
Reserves $17.494 bln