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Investing Securities

  • U.S. 10- YEAR TREASURY YIELD HITS HIGHEST IN ABOUT 2-1/ 2 WEEKS, LAST AT 2.813 PCT.

  • TREASURY YIELDS TURN HIGHER, ERASE EARLIER FALL, AHEAD OF $12 BLN 30- YEAR BOND AUCTION.

  • Barclays noted that China was the only major bond market not currently included in benchmark bond indices such as JPMorgan's GBI-EM Global Diversified, despite total debt outstanding of some $9 trillion. At the end of last year, foreigners held a mere 870 billion yuan worth of bonds in the Chinese market, an increase of 83.4 billion yuan from the year before, the...

  • The much-hyped event on Tuesday unveiled three new phones, an advanced watch that can take calls and a new Apple TV, but die-hard fans will not be able to get their hands on the iPhone X until Nov. 3- much later than iPhone 8' s shipping date of Sept. 22. The phone will start at $999 for the 64 GB version. Apple's shares were down 1 percent at $159.35 in early trading on...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 13- U.S. Treasury yields fell slightly more early Wednesday as domestic producer prices rose less than forecast in August, reinforcing the view that U.S. inflation would be stuck below the Federal Reserve's 2- percent goal for longer. At 8:38 a.m., benchmark 10- year Treasury yield was 2.162 percent, down nearly 1 basis point from late on Tuesday.

  • TREASURY YIELDS FALL SLIGHTLY MORE AS U.S.

  • Sept 13- U.S. stock index futures dipped on Wednesday as Apple fell on concerns about the price and shipping date of the new iPhone X and as North Korea showed a trademark defiance over new U.N. sanctions. *Apple's shares fell 0.56 percent in premarket trading, likely to keep the major Wall Street indexes from reaching for new highs. *North Korea also continued to keep...

  • Sept 13- U.S. stock index futures dipped on Wednesday as Apple fell on concerns about the price and shipping date of the new iPhone X and as North Korea showed a trademark defiance over new U.N. sanctions. *Apple's shares fell 0.56 percent in premarket trading, likely to keep the major Wall Street indexes from reaching for new highs. *North Korea also continued to keep...

  • SYDNEY, Sept 13- Commonwealth Bank of Australia has launched a bond issue in the United States on Wednesday, in what will be a test of support for Australia's largest lender caught in a money-laundering scandal. "Recent investor discussions have been very constructive and the overall view of investors is that our credit quality remains high," CBA Group Treasurer...

  • *Austria shocks market by selling 3.5 bln euros of Century bonds. LONDON, Sept 13- Euro zone government bond yields were close to the highs hit on Tuesday after Austria said it was to sell 3.5 billion euros of 100- year debt and other borrowers in the bloc lined up bond sales. Austria on Tuesday became the first euro zone country to sell 100- year bonds publicly via a...

  • TOKYO, Sept 13- Japanese government bond prices retreated on Wednesday as the allure of safe-haven debt dimmed with Tokyo's Nikkei stock average advancing to a one-month high. The benchmark 10- year JGB yield rose 1 basis point to 0.025 percent, pulling further away from a 10- month low of minus 0.015 percent on Friday, when concerns over North Korea and...

  • Sept 13- For other diaries, please see:. 13- Sep United States Sale of 30- year bond 13- Sep United Kingdom Auction of 1 1/ 4% Treasury Gilt 2027 13- Sep Germany Auction of 10- year Federal bonds 13- Sep Italy Medium-Long Term auction 13- Sep Sweden Auction of Treasury bills 14- Sep Japan 3- month discount bill auction 14- Sep Japan Auction of 20- year government bonds...

  • Sept 13- For other diaries, please see:. 13- Sep United States Sale of 30- year bond 13- Sep United Kingdom Auction of 1 1/ 4% Treasury Gilt 2027 13- Sep Germany Auction of 10- year Federal bonds 13- Sep Italy Medium-Long Term auction 13- Sep Sweden Auction of Treasury bills 14- Sep Japan 3- month discount bill auction 14- Sep Japan Auction of 20- year government bonds...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- Investors in equities and risk assets should brace themselves for the end of quantitative easing, given the high correlation it has to high stock and junk bond prices, Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive at DoubleLine Capital, warned Tuesday. Equity and risk-asset investors are "unfortunately about to see the first change in dynamic in years" with...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- Investors in equities and risk assets should brace themselves for the end of quantitative easing, given the high correlation it has to high stock and junk bond prices, Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive at DoubleLine Capital, warned Tuesday. Equity and risk-asset investors are "unfortunately about to see the first change in dynamic in years" with...

  • *Oil edges higher as OPEC output falls. NEW YORK, Sept 12- Stocks on Wall Street and a gauge of global equity markets set new closing highs on Tuesday after the feared impact of Hurricane Irma waned and the easing of tensions with North Korea boosted risk appetite and drove a sell-off in global bond markets. The S&P 500, Nasdaq and the Dow Jones Industrial Average set...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- U.S. long-dated Treasury yields rose for a third straight session as tepid demand for benchmark 10- year notes pressured overall bond prices. The Treasury's $20 billion sale of 10- year notes showed weak demand from investors despite being sold off sharply going into the auction. Bids totaled nearly $45.7 billion for a 2.28 bid-to-cover ratio,...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- U.S. regulations enacted after the financial crisis will likely be revisited and watered down but not eliminated in their entirety, in part because they give much-needed clarity to market participants, the head of CME Group said on Tuesday. CME said in April it would shutter its money-losing UK- based derivatives exchange and clearing house...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- U.S. long-dated Treasury yields rose for a third straight session as tepid demand for benchmark 10- year notes pressured overall bond prices. The Treasury's $20 billion sale of 10- year notes showed weak demand from investors despite being sold off sharply going into the auction. Bids totaled nearly $45.7 billion for a 2.28 bid-to-cover ratio,...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 12- The U.S. dollar on Tuesday clung to the previous day's gains, supported by a bounce in Treasury yields and ahead of U.S. inflation data that could influence the timing of the next Federal Reserve interest rate increase. The index rose 0.60 percent on Monday, its largest gain this month, as receding worries about North Korea and Hurricane Irma helped...