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Bond yields trade lower on Tuesday
Type: BONDS
Date: 04-Aug-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded lower on Tuesday despite CARE Ratings’ report state that the banks have sanctioned around 44 percent of the targeted amount of liquidity support to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) under the government`s Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS).

In the global market The Treasury yield curve steepened on Monday, an indication of improved investor sentiment, after an Institute for Supply Management (ISM) report showed that U.S. manufacturing activity rose to a 1-1/2 year high in July. Furthermore, oil prices fell in early trade on concerns about fuel demand growth as a fresh wave of COVID-19 infections around the world sparks tighter lockdowns just as major producers ramp up output.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading 1 basis point lower at 5.82% from its previous close of 5.83% on Monday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading flat with its previous close of 5.00% on Monday.

 

 

OTC trade data of government securities as on August 3
Type: BONDS
Date: 04-Aug-2020 12:00 AM

As per the OTC data of August 3, 6.45% GS 2029, maturing on 07-October-2029 as in maximum demand with 6 number of trades and total Rs 806.24 crore, at last traded price of Rs 103.44 and last traded YTM 5.96%. Followed by 7.37% GS 2023, maturing on 16-April-2023 with 2 trades of total volume Rs 500.00 crore, at last traded price of Rs 107.53 and last traded YTM of 4.38%.

OTC trade data of government securities as on July 31
Type: BONDS
Date: 03-Aug-2020 12:00 AM

As per the OTC data of July 30, 5.77% GS 2030, maturing on 03-August-2030  as in maximum demand with 50 number of trades and total Rs 3201.57 crore, at last traded price of Rs 100.00 and last traded YTM 5.77%. Followed by 5.09% GS 2022, maturing on 13-April-2022 with 5 trades of total volume Rs 1000.00 crore, at last traded price of Rs 101.81 and last traded YTM of 3.97%.
 


Bond yields trade flat on Monday
Type: BONDS
Date: 03-Aug-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded flat on account of lack of fresh triggers, while investors await the rate-setting panel’s interest rate decision due later this week for further cues.

In the global market Longer-term U.S. Treasury yields rose off near-record lows on Friday, but caution held back shorter-term rates and steepened the yield curve as talks in Washington on a new coronavirus aid bill continued. Furthermore, oil prices fell on concerns about oversupply as OPEC and its allies, together known as OPEC+, are due to pull back from production cuts in August while an increase in COVID-19 cases worldwide raised fears of slower pick-up in fuel demand.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading flat with its previous close of 5.83% on Friday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading 1 basis point higher at 4.99% from its previous close of 4.98% on Friday.

OTC trade data of government securities as on July 30
Type: BONDS
Date: 31-Jul-2020 12:00 AM

As per the OTC data of July 30, 7.16%%GS20SEP2050P , maturing on 20-September-2050 as in maximum demand with 1 number of trades and total Rs 500.00 crore, at last traded price of Rs 14.07 and last traded YTM 6.61%. Followed by 7.59% GS 2029, maturing on 20-March-2029 with 2 trades of total volume Rs 500.00 crore, at last traded price of Rs 110.59 and last traded YTM of 6.00%.

Bond yields trades higher on Friday
Type: BONDS
Date: 31-Jul-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded higher on Friday, as investors await today’s weekly debt auction that includes a new 10-year paper.

In the global market traders drove U.S. Treasury yields to their lowest in months on Thursday after data showed the U.S. economy contracted at its steepest pace in decades and President Donald Trump tweeted about delaying the Nov. 3 presidential election. Furthermore, oil prices rose, recovering further ground after touching three-week lows in the previous session, hit by a record decline in U.S. growth as the coronavirus ravaged the world`s biggest economy and oil consumer.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading 1 basis point higher at 5.83% from its previous close of 5.82% on Thursday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were were trading flat with its previous close of 4.99% on Thursday.

 

 

 

Bond yields trade lower on Thursday
Type: BONDS
Date: 30-Jul-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded lower on Thursday, ahead of the outcome of the Federal Reserve’s policy review tomorrow and as investors await fresh supply of state government debt today.

In the global market, U.S. Treasury yields fell broadly on Monday, in line with government bond markets around the world amid global economic uncertainty, as investors await a widely-expected interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve this week. Furthermore, oil prices extended overnight gains amid widespread expectations the U.S. Federal Reserve will cut interest rates for the first time in more than a decade this week.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading 1 basis point lower at 5.82% from its previous close of 5.83% on Wednesday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading 2 basis points lower at 4.99% from its previous close of 5.01% on Wednesday.

 

 

OTC trade data of government securities as on July 28
Type: BONDS
Date: 29-Jul-2020 12:00 AM

As per the OTC data of July 28, 7.27% GS 2026, maturing on 08-April-2026 as in maximum demand with 2 number of trades and total Rs 645.00 crore, at last traded price of Rs 108.82 and last traded YTM 5.44%. Followed by 6.84% GS 2022, maturing on 19-December-2022 with 3 trades of total volume Rs 560.00 crore, at last traded price of Rs 105.81 and last traded YTM of 4.25%.

NSE Corporate Bonds Trading report
Type: BONDS
Date: 29-Jul-2020 12:00 AM

As per the NSE data, HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CORPORATION LTD SR U-010 8.62 NCD 15OT20 FVRS10LAC, currently trading at Rs 101.0124, with Last Trade Yield (YTM) Annualized of 3.5800%.

Bond yields trade lower on Wednesday
Type: BONDS
Date: 29-Jul-2020 12:00 AM

Bond yields traded lower on Wednesday as global forecasting firm Oxford Economics said that it expects India`s GDP growth to lose momentum from late third quarter (October-December) of the current fiscal as the push from the initial reopening fades.

In the global market, U.S. Treasury yields fell on Tuesday as investors waited for Washington lawmakers to reach a deal on coronavirus relief and took stock of mixed corporate earnings. Furthermore, oil prices rose after an industry report showed that crude inventories in the United States decreased against expectations, giving the market a boost amid record increases of coronavirus infections in the U.S. and elsewhere.

Back home, the yields on new 10 year Government Stock were trading 2 basis points lower at 5.83% from its previous close of 5.85% on Tuesday.

The benchmark five-year interest rates were trading flat with its previous close of 5.01% on Tuesday.

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