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  • European shares slip from highs, automakers weigh Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015 | 1:35 PM ET

    *Peugeot falls as car sales growth lower than sector. The STOXX Europe Automobiles and Parts index fell 2.5 percent, hit by a 5.9 percent fall in Peugeot after the automaker's vehicle sales rose less than the sector in February. Peugeot underperformed the European auto market in February with an increase limited at 1.1 percent, "a Paris- based trader said.

  • NEW YORK, March 17- Citigroup Inc said on Tuesday it plans to exit its custodial business in Argentina as soon as possible, after a U.S. judge refused to lift an injunction that blocked the bank from processing interest payments on $2.3 billion of Argentina bonds. In a defeat for the bank, clients and Argentina itself, Citigroup said it made its decision in light of...

  • *U.S. 7, 30- yr yields hit over 2- week lows. NEW YORK, March 17- U.S. intermediate- and long-dated Treasury yields hit their lowest in over two weeks on Tuesday after further declines in oil prices underscored mild inflation, while weak U.S. economic data pointed to a more dovish Federal Reserve. "This drop in oil prices is driving the drop in yields," said David Coard, head...

  • UPDATE 1-Citigroup to exit Argentina custody business Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015 | 9:42 AM ET

    NEW YORK, March 17- Citigroup Inc said on Tuesday it plans to exit its custodial business in Argentina as soon as possible, after a U.S. judge refused to lift an injunction that blocked the bank from processing interest payments on $2.3 billion of Argentina bonds. District Judge Thomas Griesa in Manhattan, Citigroup said it made its decision in light of his March 12...

  • *American Airlines shares up; oil prices fall. March 17- U.S. stock index futures implied a lower open on Tuesday after a rally in the previous session and ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting that could give investors a gauge on the timing of an interest rate hike. Some investors were giving back gains in the absence of any big news while others were holding tight ahead...

  • March 17- U.S. stock index futures were down on Tuesday after rallying on Monday ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting that investors are looking to for a guage on timing for an interest rate hike. *The benchmark S&P 500 index on Monday saw its biggest percentage gain since Feb. 3. *Solid gains for Asian markets overnight gave way to up-and-down trading in Europe on...

  • TOKYO, March 17- Japanese government bond prices slipped on Tuesday with a surge in Tokyo stocks and caution before a 20- year debt auction weighing on the market. Japan's finance ministry will offer 1.2 trillion yen of 20- year JGBs on Wednesday, with demand for the new issue possibly affected by the fact the Federal Reserve concludes its closely-watched Mar....

  • NEW YORK, March 16- Foreign investors sold U.S. Treasuries for a third straight month in January, pushing outflows to their highest in at least three years, according to the latest available data from the U.S. Treasury Department on Monday. Treasuries totaled $55.08 billion in January, compared with outflows of $15.6 billion in December.

  • NEW YORK, March 16- U.S. Analysts said the rally in the dollar could lead the Fed to reconsider removing the term, however, given the negative impact of the stronger currency on economic competitiveness and inflation in the United States. "It's only a matter of time before the Fed will certainly address the strength of the dollar," said Edward Acton, Treasury...

  • March 16- Puerto Rico will delay a planned bond sale of up to $2.95 billion until early May due to ongoing negotiations and due diligence between the U.S. commonwealth and potential buyers, according to three sources familiar with the matter. Puerto Rico officials recently said the deal, aimed at providing additional liquidity ahead of drawdowns this summer,...

  • NEW YORK, March 16- U.S. Analysts said the rally in the dollar, which has sent the greenback up about 24 percent against a basket of currencies since May, could lead the Fed to reconsider removing the term given the negative impact of the stronger currency on economic competitiveness and inflation in the United States. "Assuming is one of the things the Fed is looking...

  • US STOCKS-Wall St futures rise as euro recovers Monday, 16 Mar 2015 | 9:02 AM ET

    *Empire State manufacturing data miss estimates. March 16- U.S. stock index futures were up on Monday, putting the benchmark S&P 500 on track for a rebound after three weeks of losses, as currency markets helped reassure U.S. investors concerned about how a strong dollar would hurt earnings. A recovery in the euro was reassuring investors as a rapidly rising U.S....

  • LONDON, March 16- Euro zone government bond yields edged higher on Monday, with the European Central Bank expected to slow down its asset purchases after a strong start to its trillion euro programme last week. After buying 10 billion euros worth in the first three days of the programme, according to ECB policymaker Benoit Coeure, it was well on track to reaching...

  • TOKYO, March 16- Japanese government bonds dipped on Monday after a rally by euro zone debt stalled, with the market in a wait-and-see mode ahead of a closely-watched Federal Reserve policy meeting later in the week that could set the near-term tone for debt markets. An advance by Tokyo's Nikkei to a new 15- year high also dulled the appeal of JGBs.

  • BUENOS AIRES, March 13- Argentina on Friday demanded banks operating in the country process bond interest payments despite a U.S. court ruling that prohibited Citigroup Inc from distributing coupon payments on the country's local law bonds. Citigroup is one of several international financial institutions caught up in Argentina's lengthy legal feud with...

  • Institutional investors shifted focus from Europe's massive bond-buying program that drove a rally in Treasuries to next week's meeting of Federal Reserve policymakers, who may move closer to ending an era of near-zero U.S. interest rates. "The market's consolidating," said Kim Rupert, managing director of global fixed income at Action Economics in San...

  • Institutional investors shifted focus from Europe's massive bond buying program that drove a rally in Treasuries to next week's meeting of Federal Reserve policymakers, who may move closer to ending an era of near-zero U.S. interest rates. "The market's consolidating," said Kim Rupert, managing director of global fixed income at Action Economics in San...

  • LONDON, March 13- The rally in euro zone bonds paused on Friday after strong buying by the European Central Bank in the first week of its quantitative easing programme crushed yields and left investors wondering whether they could fall further. This has given renewed urgency to a question that has nagged at bond investors for the past 2 1/ 2 years, since ECB...

  • *FXCM rallies in premarket after strong results. NEW YORK, March 13- U.S. stock index futures pointed to a modestly lower open on Friday as crude oil prices continued to fall, putting the S&P 500 on track for its third straight weekly decline. Crude oil fell 2 percent, after the International Energy Agency said a global oil glut was building and U.S. oil production...

  • INSIGHT-Nerves set in as ECB unbottles policy genie Friday, 13 Mar 2015 | 8:18 AM ET

    FRANKFURT, March 13- For the first time in years, the European Central Bank is embarking on a policy course with a following wind. The concern is that the bond-buying plan launched on Monday to pump more than a trillion euros into the 19- country economy will send stronger members such as Germany that could arguably do without the support into overdrive, while...