LONDON, Jan 28- Nearly a quarter of all euro zone government bonds now have yields below zero, data from Tradeweb shows, a consequence of ECB schemes designed to channel money into the most credit-starved corners of the bloc's weak economy. European Central Bank policy-- including interest rates below zero and asset purchases-- has buoyed bond prices, knocking the...» Read More
NEW YORK, Aug 4- The Pimco Total Return Fund, the world's largest bond fund, had net outflows of $830 million in July, marking its 15th straight month of outflows, according to Morningstar data on Monday. The fund, run by Bill Gross, has had about $65 billion in outflows since May 2013, the data showed.
NEW YORK, Aug 4- Bond prices rallied and European bank stocks rose on Monday after Portugal devised a plan to prevent the collapse of one of its biggest lenders.
*Jobs data soothes inflation worries. NEW YORK, Aug 4- U.S. On Monday, prices rose for both intermediate and long maturities, with 3- year to 7- year maturities at center stage, according to Jake Lowery, portfolio manager at Voya Investment Management in Atlanta.
ATHENS, Aug 4- Incoming European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker played down on Monday the option of an outright writing off of part of the euro zone loans to Greece to make the country's debt more manageable.
LONDON, Aug 4- European stocks rose on Monday and bond yields fell on a banking sector rebound after Portugal prevented the collapse of one of its biggest lenders and shares in the continent's largest bank jumped in the wake of its latest earnings report.
TOKYO, Aug 4- Japanese government bond prices were mostly steady on Monday, underpinned after U.S. Treasuries gained on weaker-than-expected non-farm payrolls data. Market wariness over further gains in JGBs, with prices already at high levels, in addition to caution towards a 10- year debt auction on Tuesday, hemmed bonds in a narrow range.
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