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Moody LONDON: Spanish government bond yields fell to their lowest since early April on Wednesday after Moody's kept Spain's investment grade rating, removing an immediate threat to the euro zone's fourth largest economy.   Moody's affirmation of Spain's Baa3 rating, with a negative outlook, eased widespread fears the country would be cut to "junk", leaving its bonds vulnerable to forced selling as they are shifted out of benchmark indices.   But Moodys kept pressure on Madrid to seek aid, specifically citing euro area and European Central Bank support as a reason it thinks Spain will be able to maintain access to capital markets at reasonable rates. Losing market access would not be compatible with Spain's current rating, a Moody's analyst said.   Spain's borrowing costs fell sharply, testing the lower end of recent ranges which have held on uncertainty over when Spain will seek support. That possibility has made investors reluctant to sell Spanish debt in recent ...

Turkish bond yields fall, Turk Telekom Q3 results eyed  ISTANBUL: Turkish bond yields fell on Wednesday on expectations that the central bank will cut one of its main interest rates on Thursday while stock markets investors awaited Turk Telekom's third quarter results.   In early trade, the lira firmed to 1.7994 against the dollar, its strongest level in 12 days, supported by a recovery in the appetite for risk globally as Spain succeeded in holding onto an investment grade debt rating with agency Moody's.   By 0800 GMT ...
UK gilts slide ahead of BoE minutes  LONDON: Gilts fell to their lowest in nearly a month on Wednesday after Moody's affirmed Spain's credit rating, removing one risk that has hung over European stocks and other assets seen as higher risk over the past month.   There had been widespread fears that the agency would cut Spain's rating to junk, a move that would likely have provoked a move into perceived safer assets like gilts and German government bonds.   At 0750 GMT, the December gilt ...
Spanish yields seen down after Moody LONDON: Spanish 10-year government bond yields were indicated lower in pre-trade pricing on Wednesday after Moody's Investors Service affirmed the country's Baa3 rating, easing immediate fears it could be cut to 'junk' status.   Spanish 10-year government bond yields were seen down 18 basis points at 5.64 percent and two-year yields 7 bps lower at 3.10 percent.   Copyright Reuters, 2012 ...
Bunds dip, Spain and Greece focus of market talk  LONDON: German government bonds fell on Tuesday as better-than-expected US data and corporate earnings along with talk Spain may be close to a bailout and of Greece receiving more aid increased appetite for riskier assets.   Spanish and Italian debt prices were slightly stronger. The moves were not expected to extend beyond recent ranges, though, with uncertainty over Spain and Greece still high.   "We've been in a risk-positive mood. We've had positive data ... yesterday out of the ...
UK gilts dip ahead of CPI on stronger risk appetite  LONDON: British gilts fell in early trading on Tuesday ahead of British inflation data as investors moved money into riskier assets, heartened by solid company results and talk that Spain was moving closer to a bailout deal.   Consumer and producer price inflation data, due at 0830 GMT, will be closely watched as fading price pressures would give the Bank of England more leeway to add to its quantitative easing stimulus programme in November.   At 0736 GMT, the ...
Bund futures fall as risk appetite improves slightly  LONDON: Bund futures opened slightly lower on Tuesday, as better-than-expected US corporate results and retail sales data and talk about Spain being close to a bailout improved appetite for riskier assets.   Uncertainty over the timing of a Spanish bailout remained high, however, and the December futures contract was not expected to break this month's range of roughly 141.00-142.00 in the near term. A rescue package would pave the way for European Central Bank purchases of Spanish ...


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