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Investing Securities

  • MOSCOW, Sept 26- Russia- focused fertilizer producer Eurochem is planning to issue Eurobonds in dollars with a maturity of three and a half years to refinance its debt, two financial market sources told Reuters. The roadshow for the new issue will start on Sept. 28 and will take place in Europe and the United States, the sources said. Switzerland- based Eurochem, owned...

  • The German bank has been fighting a $14- billion demand from the U.S. Department of Justice to settle a mortgage mis-selling case. "Today's bullish tone in Treasuries is largely the result of the risk-off sentiment in global equities," said Gennadiy Goldberg, interest rates strategist at TD Securities in New York. German magazine Focus reported over the weekend...

  • LONDON, Sept 26- Gregory Peters, a senior investment officer at PGIM with over $600 billion of fixed income assets, said on Monday his fund had increased exposure to U.S. government bonds and pulled back on high-yield debt due to concerns about the economy. Federal Reserve left monetary policy unchanged at a meeting last week and indicated it would raise rates...

  • PGIM'S GREGORY PETERS SAYS ADDED TO INVESTMENTS IN U.S.

  • *CIB top gainer in Egypt, but overall market volumes low. DUBAI, Sept 26- Saudi banking shares rallied on Monday after the central bank said it would deposit about 20 billion riyals at commercial lenders and introduce two new money market instruments to fight a surge in market interest rates caused by low oil prices. Blue-chip lenders Samba Financial Group and...

  • *Erdogan adviser sees outflows limited to $2- 3 billion. ISTANBUL, Sept 26- Turkish shares tumbled 4 percent and bonds and the lira weakened sharply on Monday after Moody's cut its credit rating to "junk," raising risks of an outflow of foreign funds and a squeeze on external borrowing. Turkey depends on investment to fund its current account deficit- one of the...

  • *Oil prices rebound on OPEC meeting hopes. LONDON, Sept 26- European and Asian shares retreated on Monday with investors focused on how Donald Trump would fare in a U.S. presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, while oil prices firmed before an informal OPEC meeting. Wall Street looked set to open lower, according to index futures, before the first of three...

  • Sept 26- U.S. stock index futures were lower on Monday amid a volatile oil market and ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate. *Investors are awaiting a highly anticipated face-off between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at 9:00 p.m. ET in the run-up to the Nov. 8 election. Oil prices rallied in volatile trading as the world's largest...

  • OSAKA, Sept 26- The pace at which the Bank of Japan buys bonds will depend on what is needed to achieve its yield curve target but no big increases or decreases were expected for now, Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Monday, dampening speculation that the BOJ was considering tapering asset purchases. The BOJ may instead top up asset purchases or accelerate base...

  • LONDON, Sept 26- Turkish stocks, bonds and the lira sold off on Monday after a credit rating downgrade to junk while rising unease over U.S. politics and a meeting of oil exporters spurred broader emerging markets weakness. "You've had the coup, you have had various terrorist attacks, you have a central bank that is cutting interest rates and it is far from clear... that...

  • *Turkey eurobonds fall by as much as 3.9 cents. ISTANBUL, Sept 26- Turkish shares tumbled 4 percent while bonds and the lira also weakened sharply on Monday after ratings agency Moody's cut Turkey's sovereign rating to "junk," triggering fears of an outflow of foreign funds. Turkey depends on investment flows to fund its current account deficit- one of the biggest in...

  • TOKYO, Sept 26- Japanese government bonds yield curve steepened slightly on Monday as long-dated debt yields rose ahead of an auction the next day while those on the shorter-end dipped. The Ministry of Finance will auction 500 billion yen 40- year JGBs on Tuesday, its first major bond auction after the Bank of Japan last week shifted to a new policy framework to...

  • Sept 26- For other diaries, please see: Top Economic Events Polling unit diary Today in Washington Political and general news. DATE TIME COUNTRY AMOUNT AUCTION DETAILS. 26 September France Auction of BTF treasury notes.

  • TOKYO, Sept 26- The Bank of Japan's new policy framework will face its first test in coming weeks as market players look to how the central bank will handle its bond buying operations to achieve its new policy target in long-term bond yields. The BOJ said on Wednesday it would aim to guide the 10- year Japanese Government Bond yield around zero percent, ditching its...

  • TOKYO, Sept 26- The Bank of Japan's new policy framework will face its first test in coming weeks as market players look to how the central bank will handle its bond buying operations to achieve its new policy target in long-term bond yields. The BOJ said on Wednesday it would aim to guide the 10- year Japanese Government Bond yield around zero percent, ditching its...

  • ISTANBUL, Sept 24- Ratings agency Moody's cut Turkey's sovereign credit rating to "junk," citing worries about the rule of law after an attempted coup and risks from a slowing economy, in a move that could deter billions of dollars of investment. Turkey depends on investment flows to fund its current account deficit- one of the biggest in the G20- and service its...

  • ISTANBUL, Sept 24- Credit ratings agency Moody's Investor Service has downgraded Turkey's sovereign credit rating to non-investment grade citing worries about the rule of law following an attempted coup, risks from external financing and a slowing economy. The agency, which cut the government's long-term issuer and senior unsecured bond ratings debt to...

  • Sept 24- For other diaries, please see: Top Economic Events Polling unit diary Today in Washington Political and general news. DATE TIME COUNTRY AMOUNT AUCTION DETAILS. 26 September France Auction of BTF treasury notes.

  • Sept 23- The city of Miami and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission reached a tentative settlement after a jury found the city liable for securities fraud in the sale of over $150 million in municipal debt in 2009.. Lawyers for the SEC and the city said in a Thursday court filing that the proposed settlement would allow both sides to avoid further...

  • CBS has not publicly disclosed how much debt the unit plans to issue. Representatives of CBS and all of the banks declined to comment. CBS will use capital from the radio deal for buybacks and investing in the business, CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves told the Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference this week.