Domestic Bonds

daily mortgage rates on the rise this week | November 20 and 21, 2021

The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage ended the week at 3.531%. That’s an increase of 0.038 percentage point from Monday’s rate. The 30-year refinance rate also ended the week up at 3.694%. Despite the rise, interest rates remain historically low. Well-qualified buyers should be able to lock in …

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Private banks refrain from issuing AT-1 bonds in the domestic market

Right now, almost three or four state-owned banks are looking to issue Tier 1 bonds. By Manish M Suvarna Even though public banks are tapping into the corporate bond market with additional Tier 1 (AT-1) bonds, private banks have remained on the sidelines as demand for mutual funds continues to …

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Jamieson Coote Bonds Appoints Senior Portfolio Manager

Jamieson Coote Bonds has appointed James Wilson as the lead portfolio manager of its high quality fixed income investment team, bringing 15 years of experience in the domestic and global fixed income markets. Wilson joined VFMC where he worked as a Senior Fixed Interest and Absolute Return Portfolio Manager, managing …

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Latest updates: UK Brexit Minister Frost urges EU to “stay calm” on dispute with Northern Ireland

Ex-factory prices in China rose at their fastest pace in 26 years in October, as fuel shortages and rising raw material prices slowed supply, official data showed on Wednesday. The producer price index rose 13.5% from October 2020, above the 12.4% forecast by analysts polled by Reuters. The jump was …

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Benchmark yields ease as inflation pressures ease

The yield on 10-year US Treasuries fell almost 6 basis points to 1.46%. Benchmark yields have fallen 8 basis points in the past few days, with more than 5 basis points falling on Monday, as investor sentiment improved after the government cut tariffs excise duty on fuel and a sharp …

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China’s stagflation risk rises as growth slows: a green week ahead

(Bloomberg) – Sign up for the New Economy Daily newsletter, follow us @economics and subscribe to our podcast. Bloomberg’s Most Read Inflation risks in China are rising as new outbreaks of Covid-19 cloud the outlook for economic growth, shining the spotlight on policymakers as top Communist Party leaders gather for …

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Income Asset Management: Here’s How to Play “Reopen Trade” in the Australian Corporate Bond Market

Particularly attractive returns are offered to investors who know where to look. As post-COVID activity intensifies, investors are turning to sectors positioned to benefit from the “reopening” of trade. While the upward opportunities for industries such as tourism are fairly clear, the market is still recalibrating the value for many …

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The Ministry of Finance is working to develop the corporate bond market | Business

Obligations of a company. Corporate bonds are an important channel of capital for businesses. (Photo: chinhphu.vn) Hanoi (VNS / VNA) – The Ministry of Finance takes measures to better develop the corporate bond market safely and efficiently. As a result, the ministry is drafting a circular aimed at establishing a …

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Oakland County Judges Honored for Domestic Violence Prevention Efforts – Daily Tribune

Two Oakland County judges and a magistrate were recently honored for their efforts to address domestic violence. Judge Derek Meinecke of the 44th Royal Oak District Court, Judge David Law of Novi District Court 52-1 and Magistrate Karen Holt of Clarkston District Court 52-2 each received a 2021 award for …

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