LONDON, June 18- European stock index futures pointed to a lower start on Tuesday, as nervous investors fretted about a trimming of U.S. monetary stimulus in the run up to a Federal Reserve policy meeting. At 0602 GMT, futures for the Euro STOXX 50, Germany's DAX and France's CAC were down 0.3-0.4 percent. Futures on Britain's FTSE 100 were flat.» Read More
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*'Core' issuers Austria, Netherlands easily sell bonds. LONDON, Jan 8- Euro zone government bonds were broadly higher on Tuesday as investors snapped up a wave of new bonds from across the credit spectrum, including Ireland's latest step back into long-term debt issuance.
* "There aren't any big events this week, with last week's market moves likely setting the range for the time being," said Tomoaki Shishido, a rate analyst for Nomura Securities in Tokyo. *Later on Tuesday, the Treasury will offer $32 billion of three-year notes.
TOKYO, Jan 8- Yields on benchmark 10- year Japanese government bonds eased slightly on Tuesday ahead of an auction of 2.3 trillion yen worth of similar maturities later in the day, as market participants expected it to go well.
NEW YORK, Jan 7- U.S. We have a lot of supply this week so I think the rallies will be somewhat capped, "said Dan Mulholland, managing director in Treasuries trading at BNY Mellon in New York. The Treasury will sell $32 billion in three-year notes on Tuesday, $21 billion in 10- year notes on Wednesday and $13 billion in 30- year bonds on Thursday.
*Fed will buy $1.25- $1.75 bln in bonds due 2036-2042 on Monday. We have a lot of supply this week so I think the rallies will be somewhat capped, "said Dan Mulholland, managing director in Treasuries trading at BNY Mellon in New York.
*Netflix to carry some Warner Bros shows. *Amazon up on Morgan Stanley view. NEW YORK, Jan 7- U.S. stock index futures fell on Monday, with markets expected to consolidate after the S&P 500 index closed at a five-year high on Friday.
PARIS, Jan 7- European shares were flat early on Monday, taking a breather from their New Year rally, buoyed by gains in banking stocks on the back of a regulatory decision to ease new liquidity rules for the sector.
TOKYO, Jan 7- Benchmark 10- year Japanese government bonds stabilised on Monday after a sell-off in the previous session, as profit-taking in Tokyo shares helped support fixed-income assets.
TOKYO, Jan 7- Benchmark U.S. * "The range has re-set a few basis points higher, but I think some investors still think that this is not a time to be too short," said a fixed-income trader at a European asset management firm in Tokyo.
TOKYO, Jan 7- Japanese government bond inched lower on Monday, extending the previous session's sell-off, with the 10- year yield hitting a 4-1/ 2- month high ahead of Tuesday's auction of the similar maturity.
TOKYO, Jan 7- A weekly gauge of sentiment in the Japanese government bond market skidded to its lowest level since July, the latest Reuters poll showed on Monday. In the Dec. 25 survey, the bull-bear index came in at plus 4, which was its first positive reading since late October.
Despite so-called "fiscal cliff" worries, the S&P 500 has had an improbable run.
*Apple shares fall after report on Samsung smartphones. *S&P 500 nears largest weekly gain in over year. The gains on the S&P 500 pushed the index to its highest close since December 2007 and its biggest weekly gain since December 2011.
NEW YORK, Jan 4- Yields on benchmark U.S. Treasury strategy at RBS Securities in Stamford, Connecticut. "Without the Fed's support, markets are beginning to harbor some concerns that at some point this year we're going to have to do such things as taking down $13- $16 billion monthly 30- year auctions without any Fed backup," O'Donnell added.
NEW YORK, Jan 4- U.S. "I think the market over-reacted a bit," said Gregory Whiteley, government bond portfolio manager at DoubleLine Capital in Los Angeles. "The economy here, in Europe and in Asia, still faces considerable ongoing headwinds."
BALTIMORE, Jan 4- The U.S. Federal Reserve's latest bond-buying stimulus plan threatens the central bank's credibility and raises the risk of future inflation, Richmond Fed Bank President Jeffrey Lacker said on Friday.
WASHINGTON, Jan 4- The U.S. Federal Reserve's latest bond-buying stimulus plan threatens the central bank's credibility and raises the risk of future inflation, Richmond Fed Bank President Jeffrey Lacker said on Friday.
LONDON, Jan 4- The yen and dollar face a tough 2013 as the Japanese and U.S. central banks print money furiously to stimulate their economies, making the euro and sterling unlikely relative winners despite Europe's gloomy prospects.
*Wall Street futures edge up. LONDON, Jan 4- The dollar weakened and Wall Street stock futures rose after U.S. employment figures pointed to a lackluster pace of economic growth in the world's largest economy. U.S. stock futures climbed, having pointed to a broadly flat open on Wall Street before the release.