for-phone-onlyfor-tablet-portrait-upfor-tablet-landscape-upfor-desktop-upfor-wide-desktop-up

Bond Yields

NameYieldChange
US 10 Year Treasury Yield
US10YT=RR
+1.785-0.007
Canada 10 Year Yield
CA10YT=RR
+1.5650.000
Mexico 10 Year Yield
MX10YT=RR
+6.850+0.030
UK 10 Year Yield
GB10YT=RR
+0.726-0.026
France 10 Year Yield
FR10YT=RR
-0.067-0.028

Advertisement

Latest News

UPDATE 1-Saudi Arabia hires JPMorgan, Standard Chartered for $2.5 bln sukuk

Saudi Arabia has hired banks including JPMorgan and Standard Chartered to manage a $2.5 billion issuance of sukuk, or Islamic bonds, the kingdom's first international debt sale since an assault on its oil facilities last month.

How a major U.S. farm lender left a trail of defaults, lawsuits

After completing a credit review in a half-hour phone call, a BMO Harris Bank underwriter cleared $12 million in loans for Ohio corn and soybean producer Greg Kruger in 2013.

Lebanon expects 'very positive' reaction to reforms from foreign donors: senior government adviser

Reforms announced by Lebanon's government are expected to get a "very positive" reaction from foreign donors and send a clear message that the country is handling its budget deficit, senior government adviser Nadim Munla said on Tuesday.

Kremlin: preparations for Normandy summit on Ukraine have ground to a halt

The Kremlin said on Tuesday that preparations to organize a four-way summit aimed at finding a resolution to the conflict in eastern Ukraine had effectively ground to a halt.

EU seeks clarification over France, Italy budgets

The European Commission said next year's draft budgets for France and Italy could be in breach of European Union fiscal rules and it asked for clarification by Wednesday in letters sent to the countries' finance ministers.

German budget surplus at 1.7% of GDP in second quarter: Eurostat

Germany's seasonally adjusted budget surplus was 1.7% of the country's GDP in the second quarter, down from 2.0% in the previous three months, data from the European Union's statistics office Eurostat showed on Tuesday.

Army trys to reopen roads as Lebanon remains paralyzed

Security forces are trying to persuade protesters to reopen roads across Lebanon through peaceful means but will not use force if they refuse, a security source said on Tuesday as the country remained paralyzed by anti-government demonstrations.

CEE MARKETS-Currencies steady as investors eye Brexit, OTP Bank gains

Emerging European assets moved sideways in early trading on Tuesday, as investors awaited a Hungarian central bank interest rate decision due later in the day expected to result in no change in lending rates. Elsewhere there was a dearth of regional political developments...

EMERGING MARKETS-Stocks rise to highest in more than two and a half months

Emerging-market shares touched their highest in more than two and a half months on Tuesday after encouraging comments from Washington regarding its trade relation with China.

Earnings weigh on European stocks, sterling lower before Brexit votes

European shares edged lower on Tuesday as talk of progress in China-U.S. trade talks was offset by mixed corporate earnings, while sterling retreated ahead of another vote on Brexit.

Explainer: As PM Johnson pushes ahead with Brexit, what happens now in parliament?

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try to drive the legislation needed to take Britain out of the European Union through parliament in the next 9 days, or else break his "do or die" pledge to leave on Oct. 31.

Italy's public debt rises to 138% of GDP in Q2 - Eurostat

Italy's public debt rose to 138.0% of the country's gross domestic product in the second quarter of the year, up from 136.6% in the previous three months, in further violation of the European Union requirement to reduce debt, data showed on Tuesday.

Saudi Arabia hires JPMorgan, Standard Chartered for $2.5 bln sukuk

Saudi Arabia has hired banks, including JPMorgan and Standard Chartered, to manage a $2.5 billion issuance of sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document by one of the banks leading the deal showed.

Euro zone government bond yields edge down before Brexit vote

* Euro zone periphery govt bond yields http://tmsnrt.rs/2ii2Bqr

Italy's 2020 budget at risk of breaching EU fiscal rules - Commission

The European Commission said Italy's draft budget for next year could be in breach of European Union fiscal rules and is seeking clarification from the Italian government by Wednesday, it said in a letter sent to Finance Minister Roberto Gualtieri.

Canadian dollar holds near three-month high after Trudeau election win; no relief for energy stocks

The Canadian dollar held near a three-month high on Tuesday as the market took in stride the prospect of a re-elected Liberal government, although some investors worried about the Liberals' need to rely on a left-leaning opposition party for support.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia looks on bright side of Brexit, trade talks

Asian shares made guarded gains on Tuesday amid optimism about prospects for a Sino-U.S. trade deal, while investors were sanguine yet another vote on Brexit would still avert a hard exit for Britain.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia hopes for best in trade talks, Brexit vote

Asian share markets made guarded gains on Tuesday amid cheery chatter about the chance of a Sino-U.S. trade deal, while investors were sanguine yet another vote on Brexit would still avert a hard exit for the UK.

PG&E says more potential power cuts could hit about 209,000 customers

PG&E Corp <PCG.N> said on Monday about 209,000 customers could be hit by potential power cutoffs this week, less than two weeks after its most recent unprecedented shut-offs hit more than 730,000 homes and workplaces in northern California.

PRESS DIGEST-British Business - Oct 22

Oct 22 - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

for-phone-onlyfor-tablet-portrait-upfor-tablet-landscape-upfor-desktop-upfor-wide-desktop-up