NEW YORK, Jan 26- U.S. Treasury yields fell on Thursday with benchmark yields retreating from a four-week high, after strong investor demand at a $28 billion auction of seven-year notes, part of this week's $88 billion coupon-bearing government debt supply. Pressprich& Co in New York.
TUNIS, Jan 26- Tunisia will start a roadshow for a Eurobond worth 1 billion euros on Feb. 5, and expects to go to capital markets twice more this year with bonds worth up to another 2 billion euros, a government source told Reuters on Thursday. Tunisia had announced in late November plans to issue a Eurobond worth 1 billion euros as it seeks funding to cover its budget...
*France's 10- year yield at 1 pct, first time since Dec 2015. *Potential early elections in Italy adds to risk. Germany's 10- year bond yields, the benchmark for the region, hit around one-year highs as did equivalents in France, Italy and Portugal, following a sharp rise in U.S. stocks and Treasury yields overnight.
NEW YORK, Jan 26- The dollar rebounded from a seven-week low on Thursday, as investor appetite improved with higher global bond yields and stable stock markets around the world, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average topped the 20,000 mark for the first time. "The impression... is that the Trump reflation trade may be getting back on track," said Shaun Osborne,...
Treasury to sell $28 bln 7- year notes at 1 p.m.. NEW YORK, Jan 26- U.S. Political risks have pushed yields up and down, "said Boris Rjavinski, senior rate strategist at Wells Fargo Securities in Charlotte, North Carolina.
*Qalaa Holdings up sharply in Egypt. DUBAI, Jan 26- Gulf stock markets were mixed on Thursday, supported by strong global equities and oil prices, while Egypt surged on the back of the success of Cairo's international sovereign bond issue. Construction firm Abdullah Abdul Mohsin al- Khodari and Sons fell 3.2 percent after it said the total value of its delayed work...
*Futures up: Dow 35 pts, S&P 1.25 pts, Nasdaq 10.75 pts. Jan 26- U.S. stock index futures were higher on Thursday, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 20,000 milestone for the first time. *The 42- session surge from the Dow's first close above 19,000 marks the second-shortest length of time between such milestones.
*Romania to finish 2017 budget draft soon, deficit a concern. BUDAPEST/ WARSAW, Jan 26- Central European government bonds fell on Thursday, with Romania's new government expected to introduce a draft 2017 budget that might increase its deficit and trigger sanctions from the European Union. On Thursday, Romania's 10- year debt was bid at 3.63 percent in the...
TOKYO, Jan 26- Japanese government bonds sank on Thursday, with superlong yields rising to their highest levels since early last year, as investors pondered whether this week's rising yields would prompt the Bank of Japan to adjust its bond-buying operations. Treasury yield hit four-week highs as stocks rallied on Wall Street amid investor optimism about the...
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