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Gov’t scales back domestic bond program to P120B in Dec.

THE government plans to borrow P120 billion from domestic lenders in December, less than the P140 billion targeted for this month.

Budget deficit widens in October

THE government’s budget deficit swelled in October, bringing the 10-month gap to nearly P1 trillion as state revenues remained weak and spending continued to decline even as economic managers pledged to ramp up spending to stimulate the economy.

Gov’t fully awards offer of T-bills

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Monday as yields declined across the board on the back of ample liquidity among investors and the central bank’s surprise rate cut last week.

T-bill rates seen moving sideways

RATES OF the Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer this week may inch down or remain unchanged on the back of high liquidity among investors and the central bank’s latest rate cut.

Gov’t fully awards 10-year bonds at higher rate

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday even as investors asked for higher returns amid a projected uptick in inflation and an uncertain economic outlook.

Gov’t increases T-bill award on strong demand

THE GOVERNMENT increased its award of Treasury bills (T-bills) on Monday as yields mostly declined on the back of strong liquidity in the financial system and as investors continued to favor short-dated debt.

‘Premyo bonds’ launched

THE BUREAU of the Treasury (BTr) on Wednesday launched one-year peso-denominated “Premyo bonds” with an interest rate of 1.25% per annum, as it seeks to attract more small investors to government securities.

Gov’t upsizes T-bill award as yields drop further

THE GOVERNMENT upsized its award of Treasury bills (T-bills) on Monday as yields declined across the board amid strong liquidity in the market.

T-bill rates to move sideways on strong liquidity

TREASURY BILLS (T-bills) on offer this week will likely see their rates move sideways as investors remain awash with cash and amid improved economic prospects here and abroad.

Debt service payments as of September exceed budgeted amount for 2020

THE National Government’s debt service payments surged in September, bringing the nine-month total past the P1.005-trillion budgeted for the year, according to the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr).

BTr makes full award of 3-year bonds despite rate uptick

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the reissued three-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Wednesday as its yield rose with inflation expected to tick up and amid an uncertain economic outlook in the United States.

Gov’t fully awards offer of T-bills as rates decline across the...

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Tuesday as yields declined across the board due to strong market liquidity and expectations of benign inflation.

T-bill, T-bond rates may inch up

THE RATES of the government securities on offer this week will likely increase ahead of the presidential election in the United States and as uncertainties linger due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

September subsidies to gov’t corporations fall

BUDGET SUPPORT to state-owned companies dropped 88% in September, with the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) and Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) receiving the biggest amounts, the Bureau of the Treasury said.

Gov’t plans to borrow P140B in Nov.

THE government is planning to borrow at least P140 billion from the domestic market through the sale of government securities in November, as investors remain liquid and cautious amid the pandemic.

Gov’t makes full award of T-bills as rates drop on strong...

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it auctioned off on Monday as yields inched down as the market remains awash with cash and despite lingering uncertainties due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Gov’t borrowings hit P2.56 trillion

THE National Government (NG) borrowed P2.56 trillion from local and foreign sources in the first nine months of 2020, data from the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) showed.

Rates of T-bills likely to inch up as market tracks US...

TREASURY BILLS (T-bills) on offer this week are expected to fetch slightly higher rates as investors take their cue from offshore developments amid a lack of local leads.

BTr fully awards 10-year bonds on lower yield, strong demand

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday as its yield dropped on expectations of benign inflation in the next two years.

Gov’t makes full award of Treasury bills

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Monday as the rates mostly inched down on the back of strong liquidity in the financial system.

Rates of T-bills, bonds to move sideways as market stays liquid

RATES OF government securities on offer this week will likely move sideways as demand remains strong on the back of ample cash in the financial system.

Gov’t fully awards T-bill offer on strong liquidity, easing inflation

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it offered on Monday as rates inched down across-the-board amid strong liquidity in the market and expectations of manageable inflation.

Government debt service payments rise in August

THE National Government’s total debt payments surged in August due to higher amortization of local debt, the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) reported.

Treasury bills to fetch lower rates on strong liquidity in the...

RATES OF Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer today (Oct. 12) may remain unchanged or move sideways as investors remain awash with cash and cautious over long-term securities.

Gov’t fully awards 3-year bonds as rate drops on strong demand

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of its reissued three-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday as its rate declined following the release of data showing slower inflation in September.

Gov’t makes full award of T-bills as rates drop on inflation...

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Monday as yields inched lower across-the- board on expectations of a slower inflation print last month.

T-bill, bond rates to inch lower

RATES OF government securities will likely move sideways to down as investors expect inflation to remain within the central bank’s target in the next two years.

GOCC subsidies plunge in August as wage subsidy tapers off 

THE National Government’s budgetary support to state-run firms declined sharply in August after a pause in extraordinary measures to support employment, which peaked during the hard lockdown, but the eight-month total was still nearly twice the year-earlier level, the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) reported.

NG’s outstanding debt hits P9.6 T as of end-Aug.

THE National Government’s (NG) outstanding debt reached P9.615 trillion as of end-August, as it continues to borrow to fund the fight against the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Government to borrow P140 billion in October

THE government plans to borrow P140 billion from the domestic market in October, less than the P160-billion program this month, as investors remain highly liquid but more cautious.

Gov’t fully awards T-bill offer as rates stay low on strong...

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Monday as rates were mostly lower on strong demand ahead of the central bank’s policy meeting this week.

NG borrowings hit P2.5 trillion in 8 months

STATE BORROWINGS ballooned to nearly P2.5 trillion in the first eight months of the year, following the National Government’s (NG) jumbo retail Treasury bond (RTB) sale in August.

Rates of T-bills seen inching up ahead of BSP’s policy meeting

RATES OF THE Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer today (Sept. 28) will likely inch up as investors seek higher yields as they expect the central bank to keep policy settings steady at its meeting this week.

Treasury rejects all tenders for 10-year bonds as yields go up

THE GOVERNMENT rejected all bids for its offer of reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) on Tuesday as investors sought higher yields amid expectations the central bank will keep rates steady in the near term.

Gov’t fully awards T-bills even as investors ask for higher rates

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the Treasury bills (T-bills) it auctioned off on Monday as rates rose across-the-board amid expectations of steady borrowing costs for the rest of the year.

Yields on T-bills, bonds may rise on steady rates

RATES OF THE government securities on offer this week will likely inch up as investors seek higher yields amid expectations that the central bank will keep its policy setting steady for the rest of the year.

Gov’t partially awards T-bills as investors ask for higher yields

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Monday as market players sought higher yields ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s policy meeting and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) maiden bond issuance.

Government debt service bill declines 34% in July

THE National Government’s debt service bill fell by a third in July on the back of a drastic reduction in amortization payments, data from the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) showed.

T-bill rates may move sideways

RATES OF THE Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer on Monday will likely move sideways as investors wait for firmer leads, with the outlook for the economy looking dim.

Gov’t makes full award of fresh 3-year bonds on strong appetite

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of fresh three-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday as rates declined as investors prefer shorter tenors amid an unstable economic environment.

Gov’t makes full award of T-bills as strong demand keeps rates...

THE government made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Monday even as some tenors fetched higher rates as demand for the short-term securities remained strong.

Government borrowings hit P1.9 trillion as of July

THE government raised P1.857 trillion from both domestic and foreign lenders in the first seven months of the year, as it borrowed more to fund the growing expenses related to the pandemic.

T-bill, T-bond rates expected to move sideways

RATES OF the government securities (GS) on offer this week will likely move sideways on ample demand amid strong market liquidity and as inflation eased in August.

Gov’t makes full T-bill award despite higher rates

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Tuesday even as yields rose across-the-board following the local central bank’s decision to keep rates unchanged and the US Federal Reserve’s announcement of a new policy framework.

T-bills seen fetching higher rates

RATES OF Treasury bills on offer this week will likely climb as yields move higher on the central bank’s expectations of faster inflation this year.