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Investing Securities

  • NEW YORK, Nov 9- The U.S. Treasury Department got a cold shoulder from investors in a debt auction on Wednesday as the U.S. government debt market was roiled following Donald Trump's stunning U.S. presidential win that stoked investor anxiety over whether the federal government would go on a borrowing binge. The ratio of bids to the $23 billion worth of 10- year...

  • U.S. 30- YEAR BOND YIELD STILL HIGHEST SINCE JANUARY; RISES 22 BASIS POINTS, HIGHEST SINCE OCTOBER 2011.

  • U.S. 30-YEAR BOND PRICES DROP 4 POINTS, YIELDING 2.844 PERCENT.

  • Nov 9- The election of Republican Donald Trump as U.S. president puts new pressure on automakers and other manufacturers that have come to depend on open trade with Mexico and now face the risk of higher costs. However, shares of U.S. automakers, which rely heavily on parts and vehicles made in Mexico to feed their U.S. manufacturing and sales operations, fell on...

  • *Long bonds underperform, 30- year yields highest since July 2013. NEW YORK, Nov 9- U.S. 30- year Treasury yields rose to more than nine-month highs on Wednesday, bolstered by expectations that U.S. Republican Trump stunned the world by soundly defeating heavily favored Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election, ending eight years of...

  • *Italy underperforms, weighed down by upcoming referendum. LONDON, Nov 9- Euro zone government bond yields lifted off initial lows on Wednesday after Donald Trump's shock victory in the U.S. presidential election, though the result threw a spotlight on Italy's upcoming referendum. Franklin Templeton's David Zahn told Reuters on Wednesday that Trump's win...

  • TREASURY 30- YEAR BOND PRICES FALL 3 POINTS, YIELD NOW AT 2.783 PERCENT.

  • Nov 9- The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president puts new pressure on automakers and other manufacturers that have become dependent on open trade with Mexico, and raises the risk they will face higher costs. Shares in Japanese automakers, which also rely on Mexico as a production hub for the U.S. market, slid as well, underperforming the benchmark Nikkei index,...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 9- U.S. stock index futures were sharply lower early on Wednesday but well off overnight lows, as a market that had been anticipating an election victory by Democrat Hillary Clinton scrambled to adjust to an upset win by Republican Donald Trump. "His victory speech helped turn markets a bit," said Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells...

  • *Biggest daily swings since Britain's Brexit vote. *Italy yields rise as focus switches to referendum. LONDON, Nov 9- Euro zone government bond yields lifted off lows on Wednesday after Donald Trump's shock victory in the U.S. presidential election sparked some of the biggest daily swings in global debt markets since Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

  • Nov 9- The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president puts new pressure on automakers and other manufacturers that have become dependent on open trade with Mexico, and raises the risk they will face higher costs. Shares in Japanese automakers, which also rely on Mexico as a production hub for the U.S. market, slid as well, underperforming the benchmark Nikkei index,...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 9- U.S. 30- year Treasury yields rose to more than nine-month highs on Wednesday as investors bet that Donald Trump will enact protectionist trade policies that will weaken the U.S. dollar and increase inflation, eroding the value of U.S. bonds. Republican Trump stunned the world by defeating heavily favored rival Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's...

  • SAO PAULO, Nov 9- The Brazilian real tumbled on Wednesday as Donald Trump's victory in the U.S. presidential elections caught traders off-guard. Brazil's central bank announced before the market open it was cancelling an auction of up to $250 million worth of reverse currency swaps scheduled for Wednesday, without specifying why. Futures contracts on...

  • LONDON, Nov 9- Safe-haven German government bond yields bounced off two-week lows on Wednesday as the initial shock of Republican Donald Trump's victory in the U.S. presidential election started to ebb. The result was the second such shock after Britain's unexpected decision to quit the European Union and highlighted a backlash against the political order...

  • *Poland expected to hold interest rates. BUDAPEST/ BUCHAREST, Nov 9- Central European assets quickly rebounded from an early plunge on Wednesday as initial worries over the surprise victory of Donald Trump in the U.S. elections subsided and strong economic fundamentals helped contain market falls in the region. "What we could read from Trump's policy comments...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 9- U.S. stock index futures sank in the overnight session into Wednesday as a market that had been expecting a victory by Democrat Hillary Clinton scrambled to adjust to an upset win by Republican Donald Trump. "His victory speech helped turn markets a bit," said Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells Fargo Funds Management in Menomonee...

  • SINGAPORE, Nov 9- Asian stocks tumbled across major markets as Republican candidate Donald Trump closed in on the White House after a series of shocking wins in battleground states. "By and large the fear is that if Donald Trump wins he will be protectionist in nature and impose tariffs," said Nilesh Shetty, associate fund manager at Quantum Mutual Fund in Mumbai.

  • LONDON, Nov 9- Safe-haven German government bond yields tumbled to two-week lows in early trading on Wednesday as Republican Donald Trump edged closer to an unexpected victory in the U.S. presidential election, sending shock waves through global markets. His progress rattled markets that had counted on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, ahead on opinion...

  • LONDON, Nov 9- European stock futures fell sharply on Wednesday and were poised for their worst day since the Brexit vote in the UK as global markets were left stunned by the rising possibility of Republican candidate and political outsider Donald Trump becoming the next U.S. Republican Donald Trump edged closer to winning the White House with a series of...

  • TOKYO, Nov 9- Japanese government bond prices edged up on Wednesday against a backdrop of global market turmoil as Republican Donald Trump took an unexpected lead in the U.S. presidential election. Japan's Nikkei stock index plunged 5.4 percent. "JGB movements are quite limited, compared to FX and equity markets," said Tadashi Matsukawa, head of fixed income...