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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.

Gov’t plans to borrow P160B in September

THE National Government is looking to raise P160 billion from the domestic market in September, after the issuance of 35-day papers was shelved as the central bank plans to offer its own securities.

7-month deficit exceeds 2019 record

THE National Government’s budget deficit ballooned to a record P700 billion as of end-July, as pandemic expenses continued to rise while revenues fell amid the economic slowdown. 

BTr rejects bids for 20-year bonds

THE GOVERNMENT did not award the 20-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday as investors wanted higher returns, pushing up rates.

Gov’t fully awards Treasury bills despite slight increase in rates

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the Treasury bills (T-bills) it auctioned off on Monday even as rates inched up after the central bank’s decision to halt monetary easing and amid hopes of a “flattening” in the country’s coronavirus curve.

Rates of T-bills, T-bonds may move sideways on BSP decision

RATES OF government securities on offer this week will likely move sideways after the central bank kept policy rates unchanged.

Gov’t fully awards Treasury bills at higher rate before BSP meet

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Tuesday even as rates inched up ahead of the widely expected pause in monetary easing and as investors await for new catalysts.

BTr eyes new Premyo bond offer

THE government is planning to offer Premyo bonds again, National Treasurer Rosalia V. de Leon said on Monday.

Yields on Treasury bills inch up

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) auctioned off on Monday despite a slight uptick in yields as investors await the central bank’s rate decision.

T-bill rates to dip ahead of BSP decision

RATES OF THE Treasury bills (T-bills) to be auctioned off this week will likely decline as investors wait for the central bank’s policy decision on Thursday.

Gov’t fully awards 10-year bonds

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday, even opening the tap facility to raise P10 billion more, as investors awash with cash look for higher yields.

Gov’t raises P20B from T-bills

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) auctioned off on Monday as rates eased across-the-board amid strong liquidity.

Gov’t debt payments up 42% in first half

THE National Government settled P547.347 billion in debt in the first half of 2020, up 42% from a year ago, data from the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) showed.

T-bill, T-bond rates to decline

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES on offer this week will likely fetch lower rates amid weaker economic outlook and the possibility of monetary easing.

Gov’t fully awards 35-day T-bills as strong demand pulls rate down

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Tuesday as rates declined amid strong demand.

T-bills fully awarded as rates drop further

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it offered on Monday as the market’s flight to safety pulled yields lower across-the-board.

Government borrowings surge to P1.7T in 1st half

THE National Government’s borrowings surged to P1.723 trillion in the first half, as it incurred more debt to boost its war chest in the fight against the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Treasury bill rates seen moving sideways

RATES OF THE Treasury bills (T-bills) to be auctioned off this week are expected to move sideways as the public offer for the retail bonds continues.

Gov’t plans to borrow P170B in Aug.

THE government is planning to borrow P170 billion from the domestic market in August, nearly a fifth lower than the July borrowing program, the Treasury said on Wednesday.

Gov’t makes full award of T-bills as rates decline

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) auctioned off on Monday as rates slipped across-the- board amid strong demand.

T-bill rates seen easing further

RATES OF Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer on Monday will likely decline as the market continues its flight to safe assets like government securities.

Budget gap swells to P560B in 1st half

THE National Government’s budget deficit ballooned to P560.4 billion in the first half of 2020, as pandemic-related expenses surged amid a decline in tax collections, the Treasury said.

T-bills fully awarded as rates drop further

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bills) it auctioned off on Monday as rates dropped across-the-board.

Debt service payments drop by 10% in May

THE government’s debt service bill declined by 10% in May, as both amortization and interest payments fell, the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) reported.

Rates of Treasury bills seen moving sideways

RATES OF Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer on Monday will likely move sideways on ample demand and while the retail Treasury bonds (RTBs) are on sale.