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YIELDS ON government debt papers traded at the secondary market fell across the board last Friday as they tracked auction results and the better-than-expected June inflation data.
YIELDS ON government securities (GS) traded on the secondary market fell across the board as expectations of rate cuts by the US Federal Reserve and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) remain.
DEBT YIELDS at the secondary market moved lower last week following the auction of 10-year Treasury bonds as well as local government securities (GS) tracking the movement of US Treasuries with investors being on a risk-off mode due to ongoing US-China trade tensions.
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES extended their rally last week following the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) interest rate cut and the Treasury’s euro bond sale.
YIELDS ON government securities (GS) traded on the secondary market continued to climb slightly last week due to the market’s correction after significant declines seen last month.
YIELDS on government securities (GS) inched up last week as market players took profit ahead of the release of slower-than-expected March inflation data.
YIELDS ON government securities (GS) fell amid a risk-off tone in the market following lower inflation expectations and speculations that the central bank will cut its benchmark rates and banks’ reserve requirement ratio soon.
YIELDS ON government securities (GS) went up slightly following the auction of retail Treasury bonds (RTB), the release of the US gross domestic product (GDP) growth report, and expectations of within-target domestic inflation.
YIELDS ON government securities were flat last week after the central bank kept policy settings steady amid easing inflation expectations.
YIELDS ON government securities surged amid expectations of faster inflation towards yearend after the central bank tightened monetary policy rates by 50 basis points (bp) last Thursday.
GOVERNMENT securities’ (GS) yields rose across-the-board last week after the release of surprising August inflation print, which could bolster the case for another rate hike by the central bank in its upcoming policy meeting.
EXPECTATIONS of a trade dispute escalating between the world’s two largest economies and the spillover effects of the Turkish lira to emerging markets sent investors into safe-haven buying mode, causing yields on local government securities (GS) to go down last week.
YIELDS ON government securities (GS) saw mixed movements at the close of the shortened trading week given the holiday pause as well as the market’s reaction to uncertainty surrounding the US-China trade talks and preparations ahead of the use of a new settlement system.
YIELDS ON government securities traded sideways last week on client-driven demand, with some investors tracking foreign exchange amid lack of domestic catalysts.
EXPECTATIONS of faster economic growth in the US pushed yields on local government securities (GS) north last week, coupled with hawkish comments by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) governor that fuelled bets of another rate hike in August.
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