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Gov’t partially awards T-bills on rate cut bets

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off yesterday as investors shied away from the longest tenor, awaiting monetary policy decisions in the United States and at home.

Treasury makes partial award of 7-year bonds

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of reissued seven-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) offered yesterday ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s policy meeting this month and developments in the US-China trade war.

Gov’t makes full award of Treasury bills

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off yesterday as yields on the shorter tenors went down following the central bank chief’s comments that the regulator intends to cut benchmark interest rates and banks’ reserve requirement ratio (RRR) again within the year.

Gov’t fully awards three-year T-bonds

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the reissued three-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered yesterday on the back of strong demand following the speech of US Federal Reserve Chief Jerome Powell over the weekend and bets of monetary easing by the local central bank as early as next month.

Three-year bonds may fetch lower rates

THREE-YEAR Treasury bonds (T-bond) on offer tomorrow will likely fetch lower rates amid strong demand and following the speech of US Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell over the weekend.

Gov’t fully awards T-bills as yields decline further

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the Treasury bills (T-bill) it offered yesterday as rates declined across all tenors on the back of dovish remarks from central bank officials here and abroad and strong liquidity.

Gov’t fully awards offer of 10-year bonds

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered on Tuesday, with rates dropping following signals from the central bank chief on another policy rate cut and further reductions to lenders’ reserve requirement ratios (RRR).

T-bond rates to decline on BSP’s dovish stance

THE GOVERNMENT will likely see lower yields for the reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) to be auctioned off today following the central bank’s rate cut and amid dovish signals from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) chief.

Gov’t fully awards T-bills as rates drop on Fed cut

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it offered yesterday, with rates dropping across all tenors on the back of strong liquidity and following the US Federal Reserve’s rate cut, as well as bets of monetary policy easing by the local central bank.

Gov’t debt declines month-on-month in June on stronger peso

THE government’s outstanding debt declined in June month-on-month on the back of loan repayments and currency fluctuations, the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) said.

Retail bonds seen as fallback if treasury auctions falter — ANZ

THE Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) will likely tap the retail bond market should there be any shortfall in demand in the coming government security auctions, ANZ Research said.

Gov’t fully awards T-bill offering

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday as rates on the longer tenors slipped.

Treasury bills rates expected to move sideways

YIELDS ON Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer today are seen to move sideways, after the government’s offering of retail bonds attracted strong demand last week.

Strong demand for RTBs expected

THE THREE-YEAR retail Treasury bonds (RTB) up for auction on Wednesday is expected to see strong demand from investors supported by increased liquidity in...

Gov’t to launch P30-billion retail bond next week

By Melissa Luz T. Lopez, Senior Reporter THE government is looking to raise at least P30 billion ($570.6 million) worth of retail treasury bonds (RTBs)...

Treasury may trim offer of one-year securities

THE BUREAU of the Treasury (BTr) will “revisit” its offer volume for the one-year government securities amid weak demand. Deputy Treasurer Erwin D. Sta. Ana...

Budget surplus widens in January as revenues surge

By Melissa Luz T. Lopez, Senior Reporter THE government posted a wider budget surplus in January, the Bureau of the Treasury reported Friday, as revenues...

National gov’t debt rises in Jan amid peso weakness

OUTSTANDING government debt rose in January as the weaker peso drove up the value of the country’s foreign loans, the Bureau of the Treasury...

Gov’t makes full award of 5-year T-bonds

THE GOVERNMENT raised P15 billion as planned in reissued five-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) on Tuesday, amid strong appetite for papers at the shorter end. The...

Gov’t debt hits P6.43 trillion at end of August

INCREASED BORROWING from domestic and foreign lenders, as well as a weaker peso, pushed government debt to P6.43 trillion at the end of August,...

Fiscal performance, OCT 2015

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