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Gov’t sets smaller P220-B local borrowing program for Q4

THE GOVERNMENT plans to borrow P220 billion locally in the last three months of this year, smaller than what it had programmed for this semester and for the same period last year, the Bureau of the Treasury announced on Friday.

Gov’t rejects all bids for T-bonds as players ask for higher...

THE GOVERNMENT did not award the 20-year reissued Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered yesterday as banks asked for returns higher than secondary market rates despite dovish remarks from the central bank and expectations of steady inflation amid external headwinds.

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.

Duterte directs agencies to revert accounts payable to state coffers

PRESIDENT Rodrigo R. Duterte has issued an executive order directing all national government agencies to revert all accounts payable which “remain outstanding for at least two years and for which no actual claim has been filed” to the national coffers.

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 makes full award of 20-year bonds

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the reissued 20-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered yesterday amid healthy demand as market participants await the policy decision of the local and US central banks.

Government fully awards Treasury bills

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it offered yesterday, with rates dropping across all tenors amid strong demand following the central bank’s reserve requirement ratio (RRR) cuts and bets of monetary policy easing at home and in the US.

Gov’t makes full award of 7-year bonds

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the reissued seven-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) on offer yesterday amid robust demand as market participants priced in possible monetary policy easing by local and US central banks.

Gov’t fully awards Treasury bills as demand soars after RRR cuts

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer yesterday, with rates dropping across all tenors on overwhelming demand brought by the second phase of reductions to banks’ reserve requirement ratios (RRR) as well as limited supply of short-dated securities.

Gov’t makes full award of 3-year T-bonds

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the fresh three-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered on Tuesday on the back of strong demand from the market due to additional liquidity from recent cuts to banks’ reserve requirement ratio (RRR).

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

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer yesterday, with rates slipping across all tenors as market participants await the trade meeting between the United States and China later this week.

T-bill yields decline on strong demand

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it placed on the auction block yesterday, as market participants await the results of US central bank’s policy meeting this week.

Gov’t raises P20B from T-bonds as rate plunges

THE GOVERNMENT raised P20 billion as planned via the reissued 20-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) on offer yesterday, as its average yield plunged to two-year lows as participants continued to price in the reduction in lenders’ reserve requirement ratios (RRR) and a possible rate cut from the central bank.

Gov’t fully awards T-bills as rates plunge

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it placed on the auction block on Monday as yields plunged across the board amid expectations of interest rate cuts from the local and US central banks.

Gov’t makes full award of T-bills with offer thrice oversubscribed

THE GOVERNMENT raised P15 billion as planned at its auction of Treasury bills (T-bill) yesterday, with rates sliding across all tenors as investors parked their additional funds following the first cut in banks’ reserve requirement ratios (RRR) last week.

Gov’t raises P20B from 10-year Treasury bonds

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) on offer on Tuesday amid overwhelming demand as investors positioned ahead of the first tranche of cuts in banks’ reserve requirement ratios (RRR).

Gov’t makes full award of T-bills ahead of reserve ratio reductions

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday, with yields declining across all tenors as market participants priced in ongoing trade tensions between China and the United States as well as the first tranche of reductions to banks’ reserve requirement ratios (RRR).

Gov’t swings to surplus in April as spending slows on 2019...

UNDERSPENDING due to the delayed passage of the 2019 national budget caused the government’s fiscal position to swing to a surplus in April, the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) reported on Friday.

Gov’t fully awards T-bills as rates decline

THE GOVERNMENT made another full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday, with yields declining across the board following the announcement of a series of cut in big banks’ reserve requirement ratio (RRR).

Seven-year bonds fully awarded on strong demand after rate cut

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the reissued seven-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered yesterday amid overwhelming demand as the market continued to react to the rate cut implemented by the central bank last week.

Term deposit yields drop

YIELDS ON term deposits continued to decline amid steady demand as the central bank placed a higher volume on the auction block, resuming its offering of the month-long tenor after several weeks.

Gov’t makes full award of T-bills as yields decline on BSP...

THE GOVERNMENT borrowed P15 billion as planned at its Treasury bills (T-bill) auction yesterday, with yields declining across all tenors following the policy rate cut of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).

Philippines raises $842 million from euro bonds sale

MANILA — The Philippine government raised 750 million euros ($842.33 million) in eight-year euro-denominated bonds in an offering that was six times oversubscribed, a senior finance official said on Friday.

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

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills it offered yesterday, with rates declining across all tenors as investors expect inflation to continue its downward trajectory, fuelling bets of monetary policy easing.

Gov’t partially awards T-bills to cap rates

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills it auctioned off yesterday, rejecting some bids for the one-year papers to keep rates at level with yields at the secondary market.

Gov’t rejects all bids for T-bonds as rates climb

THE GOVERNMENT rejected all bids the reissued 20-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it placed on the auction block Wednesday, as investors sought rates higher than yields at the secondary market.

Gov’t makes partial award of Treasury bills as yields on longer...

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of Treasury bills (T-bill) it offered on Monday as yields for longer tenors went up amid weaker demand.

T-bills partially awarded ahead of break

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills it placed on the auction block yesterday, rejecting all bids for the longest tenor, as market participants stayed on the sidelines ahead of the Lenten break.

Gov’t fully awards 10-year bonds as demand soars on inflation data

THE GOVERNMENT borrowed P15 billion as planned via reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) on offer on Wednesday amid robust demand for longer-term papers on the back of easing inflation expectations.

Yields on 10-year Treasury bonds may drop as March inflation eases

THE RATE of the 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) on offer today will likely decline as market participants price in the latest domestic inflation print.

Gov’t makes partial award of T-bill offer

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it placed on the auction block on Monday, with demand for the shortest tenor strengthening following the latest inflation print, which gave the local central bank some space to adjust benchmark rates.

Treasury makes full award of T-bonds

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of reissued seven-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) on offer on Tuesday amid overwhelming demand as investors continued to park their funds in longer-dated securities.

BTr makes partial award for T-bills

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award for Treasury bills (T-bills) on offer yesterday, rejecting bids for three-month papers as demand shifts towards longer tenors.

Gov’t makes partial T-bills award

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer yesterday amid lukewarm demand as market players sought higher returns ahead of the policy meetings of the local and US central banks.

Gov’t fully awards 10-year bonds as yield drops on easing inflation

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) on Tuesday as the average yield plunged on the back of easing inflation expectations.

BTr makes full award of T-bills

THE GOVERNMENT raised P20 billion in fresh funds from Treasury bills (T-bill) yesterday, with rates sliding across all tenors as investors priced in recent pronouncements from the local and US central banks.

Gov’t raises P236 billion from retail Treasury bonds

THE government has raised P235.935 billion from its latest offering of retail Treasury bonds (RTBs), National Treasurer Rosalia V. De Leon said on Friday.

Gov’t partially awards six-month T-bills

THE GOVERNMENT went with a partial award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it offered yesterday, finding room to reject higher yields as its retail bond sale has chalked up P173 billion so far.