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OTC trade data of government securities as on October 12
Type: BONDS
Date: 13-Oct-2020 12:00 AM
As per the OTC data of October 12, 5.77% GS 2030, maturing on 03-August-2030 was in maximum demand with 23 number of trades and total volume of Rs 2098.34 crore, at last traded price of Rs 99.08 and last traded YTM of 5.89%. Followed it was 6.80% GS 2060, maturing on 15-December-2060 with 30 trade of total volume Rs 1905.00 crore, at last traded price of 100.28 and last traded YTM of 6.78%.
Bond yields trade higher on Tuesday
Type: BONDS
Date: 13-Oct-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded higher on Tuesday, as retail inflation rate quickened at a faster-than-expected pace in September and stayed above the central bank’s tolerance ceiling.

In the global market, the dollar flirted with three-week lows as investors stuck to hopes that there will be large U.S. fiscal stimulus after the Nov. 3 election to shore up a pandemic-hit economy, supporting riskier currencies. Furthermore, oil prices were steady in early trade, sitting on losses of nearly 3% from the previous session after supplies began to resume in Norway and the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and Libya resumed production at its largest oilfield.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading 1 basis point higher at 5.90% from its previous close of 5.89% on Monday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading flat with its previous close of 5.16% on Monday.

NSE Corporate Bonds Trading report
Type: BONDS
Date: 13-Oct-2020 12:00 AM
As per the NSE data, POWER FINANCE CORPORATION LTD. SR 208 6.50 BD 17SP25 FVRS10LAC, currently trading at Rs 102.3487 with Last Trade Yield (YTM) Annualized of 5.9300%.
OTC trade data of government securities as on October 9
Type: BONDS
Date: 12-Oct-2020 12:00 AM
As per the OTC data of October 9, 5.77% GS 2030, maturing on 03-August-2030 was in maximum demand with 55 number of trades and total volume of Rs 2897.61 crore, at last traded price of Rs 98.70 and last traded YTM of 5.95%. Followed it was 6.80% GS 2060 , maturing on 15-December-2060 with 28 trade of total volume Rs 2055.00 crore, at last traded price of 100.09 and last traded YTM of 6.79%.
Bond yields trade lower on Monday
Type: BONDS
Date: 12-Oct-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded lower on Monday, despite central bank`s last week announcement of a slew of measures to aid appetite.

In the global market, yields on Treasury bonds rose modestly on Friday afternoon as market appetite for risk improved after U.S. President Donald Trump, in a reversal from earlier this week, said he would like to see a bigger coronavirus stimulus package than either Democrats or Republicans are offering. Furthermore, oil prices dropped for a second straight session as U.S. producers began\ restoring output after Hurricane Delta weakened, while a strike that had affected production in Norway came to an end.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading 3 basis points lower at 5.90% from its previous close of 5.93% on Thursday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading 4 basis points lower at 5.16% from its previous close of 5.20% on Thursday.

Bond yields trade lower on Friday
Type: BONDS
Date: 09-Oct-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded lower on Friday , as RBI said that real gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2020-21 is expected to be negative at (-) 9.5 per cent, with risks tilted to the downside: (-) 9.8 per cent in Q2:2020-21; (-) 5.6 per cent in Q3; and 0.5 per cent in Q4. Real GDP growth for Q1:2021-22 is placed at 20.6 per cent.

In the global market, U.S. Treasury yields retreated on Thursday, with those on long-dated debt falling from four-month peaks hit earlier this week, amid persistent uncertainty about the stimulus talks on coronavirus aid. Furthermore, oil prices eased a few cents early in trading in a breather at the end of a week of big gains propelled by a strike in Norway that raised the prospect of supply from the major producer being slashed by up to 25%.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading 9 basis points lower at 5.92% from its previous close of 6.01% on Thursday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading 9 basis points lower at 5.17% from its previous close of 5.26% on Thursday.

 

OTC trade data of government securities as on October 8
Type: BONDS
Date: 09-Oct-2020 12:00 AM
As per the OTC data of October 8, 5.77% GS 2030, maturing on 03-August-2030 was in maximum demand with 10 number of trades and total volume of Rs 405.50 crore, at last traded price of Rs 98.15 and last traded YTM of 6.02%. Followed it was 6.19% GS 2034, maturing on 16-September-2034 with 5 trade of total volume Rs 255.00 crore, at last traded price of 98.16 and last traded YTM of 6.39%.
OTC trade data of government securities as on October 7
Type: BONDS
Date: 08-Oct-2020 12:00 AM
As per the OTC data of October 7, 5.22% GS 2025, maturing on 15-June-2025 was in maximum demand with 5 number of trades and total volume of Rs 500.00 crore, at last traded price of Rs 99.77 and last traded YTM of 5.27%. Followed it was 6.17% GS 2021, maturing on 15-July-2021 with 2 trade of total volume Rs 375.00 crore, at last traded price of 101.94 and last traded YTM of 3.58%.
Bond yields trade flat on Thursday
Type: BONDS
Date: 08-Oct-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded flat as investors await the rate-setting panel’s decision due tomorrow.

In the global market, U.S. Treasury prices fell on Wednesday, amid hope there could be a relief package for airlines, small businesses, and individuals, after President Donald Trump scuppered talks for a comprehensive coronavirus-related stimulus the previous session. Furthermore, oil prices rose as oil workers evacuated rigs in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Delta, though fuel demand concerns persisted on fading chances for an economic stimulus deal in the United States, the world`s biggest oil consumer.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading flat with its previous close of 6.01% on Wednesday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading 1 basis point lower at 5.26% from its previous close of 5.27% on Wednesday.

 

Bond yields trade lower on Wednesday
Type: BONDS
Date: 07-Oct-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded lower on Wednesday ahead of the rate-setting panel’s interest rate decision due later this week.

In the global market, U.S. Treasury yields dropped from four-month peaks after President Donald Trump on Tuesday called off negotiations with Democratic lawmakers on a coronavirus relief stimulus package until after the Nov. 3 election. Furthermore, oil prices slipped after U.S. President Donald Trump dashed hopes for a fourth stimulus package to boost the coronavirus-hit economy and on a larger-than-expected build-up in U.S. crude stocks.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading 1 basis point lower at 6.01% from its previous close of 6.02% on Tuesday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading 2 basis points lower at 5.27% from its previous close of 5.29% on Tuesday.