Bonds news

8 Nov 18, 8:03am
USD is modestly softer across the board; US Treasury yields are down slightly; NZD has been the star performer following the surprising strength in labour market data yesterday
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8 Nov 18, 7:43am
Eyes on RBNZ; Wall St lives with US Midterms; US mortgage applications drop sharply; China fx reserves slip; PBoC to fund desperate private companies; UST 10yr at 3.20%; oil and gold hold; NZ$1 = 67.9 USc; TWI-5 = 72.1
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7 Nov 18, 5:20pm
New Zealand corporates, excluding banks, have borrowed more than $2.4 bln via bond issues so far in 2018 with more to come
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7 Nov 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Wednesday; no rate changes today but major drama in jobs, inflation expectations and wholesale rate data. NZD rises strongly, & more
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7 Nov 18, 3:29pm
Influential RBNZ Survey of expectations shows sharp rise in inflation expected over next year, but more subdued in two years' time; house price expectations have moved up a little
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7 Nov 18, 3:18pm
LGFA Bond Tender Number 60; weighted average accepted yield was 3.20%; coverage ratio was 2.30x
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7 Nov 18, 7:42am
GBP has shown another modest gain to make it the strongest currency; US equities and Treasury rates are slightly higher; NZD sits this morning at 0.6670, about 10pips higher than this time yesterday
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7 Nov 18, 7:41am
Dairy prices slip -2%; markets sanguine on US elections; Canada building permits edge up; China facing growing economic challenges; RBA optimistic; UST 10yr at 3.21%; oil and gold lower; NZ$1 = 66.7 USc; TWI-5 = 71
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6 Nov 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; some more rate changes, used car sales dip, rents up in Auckland, Fonterra gets a terrier inside, Hisco pay revealed, swaps and NZD on hold, & more
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6 Nov 18, 10:36am
Fonterra offering an 'indicative margin' of 1.25% to 1.35% on the new seven-year bonds
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6 Nov 18, 10:36am
Fonterra offering an 'indicative margin' of 1.25% to 1.35% on the new seven-year bonds
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6 Nov 18, 7:59am
Currency movements have been small apart from GBP which has swung around on Brexit headlines; US rates are slightly lower; NZD crosses are fairly flat
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6 Nov 18, 7:45am
US service sector cools; China service sector growth stalls; airfreight growth down sharply; Chinese investors lose on Australia property; UST 10yr at 3.20%; oil and gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 66.6 USc; TWI-5 = 71
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5 Nov 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Monday; big mortgage rate cuts, B&T rates rise as do dropouts, commodities lower, car sales leap, bank behaviour critiqued, swaps up, NZD holds
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5 Nov 18, 9:13am
Fonterra says it's considering a bond offer to raise up to $150 million that will be used 'for general corporate purposes'
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5 Nov 18, 9:13am
Fonterra says it's considering a bond offer to raise up to $150 million that will be used 'for general corporate purposes'
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5 Nov 18, 8:09am
A stronger than expected US non-farm payrolls report led to a sharp rise in US Treasury yields and an appreciation in the USD against G10 currencies; NZD drifted lower to 0.6650; NZ swap rates rose by between 1 to 2.5bps
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5 Nov 18, 7:26am
US jobs growth superficial; Wall Street falls; US trade deficit -2.9% of GDP; Canada jobs growth extends; China targets jobs growth; EBA fingers UK, Italy weakness; UST 10yr at 3.22%; oil and gold fall; NZ$1 = 65.6 USc; TWI-5 = 71
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3 Nov 18, 9:02am
US jobs and wages grow faster than expected; US trade deficit small; Canada jobs growth up; China targets jobs; EU stress tests show issues; AU solar use jumps; UST 10yr 3.21%; oil and gold down; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.8
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2 Nov 18, 3:59pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday: no rate changes, consumer confidence turns down, RBNZ restructures; KPG pays 4.06%, swap rates rise again, the NZD is up strongly, & more
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