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Gov’t makes partial award of T-bonds as rates surge

THE GOVERNMENT accepted P9.74 billion worth of reissued five-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) yesterday amid tepid demand as investors continued to react to the September inflation print.

Gov’t partially awards T-bills as rates rise

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer yesterday as investors priced in the slower-than-expected inflation print for last month.

Rates of T-bills, bonds on offer to climb on faster Sept....

RATES OF government securities on offer this week will likely climb anew, with bids for the five-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) expected to be rejected, as investors price in the elevated September inflation print.

Gov’t makes partial award of T-bills as rates rise

THE GOVERNMENT partially awarded the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off yesterday, with demand skewed towards the longer tenor due to elevated inflation bets for the month of September.

National debt rises to P7.1 trillion after yen bond issue

THE national government’s outstanding debt rose to P7.10 trillion in August after the government issued yen bonds, with the value of external liabilities rising due to peso’s depreciation.

Treasury makes partial award of 7-year bonds, yield 7.085%

THE government made a partial award of the reissued seven-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) at the auction yesterday amid high rates following the central bank’s latest policy tightening.

Gov’t rejects all bids for T-bills

THE GOVERNMENT rejected all bids for the Treasury bills (T-bill) it offered on Wednesday as rates came in higher than expected as the market awaits the policy meetings of the local and US central banks.

Gov’t makes partial T-bills award

THE GOVERNMENT partially awarded the Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer yesterday as rates climbed across all tenors due to market expectations of fresh monetary tightening by the local and US central banks.

T-bill rates seen to rise

RATES OF Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer today will likely climb as demand is seen to remain subdued as investors await rate hikes from the local and US central banks.

Gov’t rejects all bids for T-bonds as investors ask for higher...

THE GOVERNMENT rejected all bids for the reissued 10-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered yesterday as investors demanded higher rates amid market expectations of another rate hike from the local central bank.

Gov’t makes partial award of T-bills as rates rise

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer yesterday, even with yields climbing across all tenors as investors await the possible rate hike by the local central bank following the faster-than-expected August inflation print.

Rates of T-bills, bonds to go up on rate bets

GOVERNMENT securities on offer this week will likely fetch higher rates as investors await another rate hike from the central bank following the faster-than-expected August inflation print.

Gov’t makes full award of Treasury bills

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded P15 billion worth of Treasury bills (T-bill) on Monday even as yields rose across- the-board amid expectations that inflation picked up further in August.

Government fully awards Treasury bill offering

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded P15 billion worth of Treasury bill (T-bills) on Monday, Sept. 3, even as yields grew across the board over expectations...

T-bill rates likely to climb further

YIELDS ON Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer this week will likely inch up as investors await the local inflation print as well as a possible rate hike from the US central bank.

Outstanding debt inches up in July at P7.044 trillion

By Karl Angelo N. Vidal, Reporter THE government’s outstanding debt inched up in July on the back of net availments on both domestic and foreign...

Gov’t fully awards bonds

THE GOVERNMENT accepted all bids for the reissued three-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered on Wednesday even as rates went up due to inflation expectations and amid excess liquidity in the market.

Government makes full award of three-year Treasury bonds

The government accepted all bids for the reissued three-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered on Wednesday, Aug. 29, as rates went up due to...

Offer of Treasury bills awarded fully

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Tuesday even as rates climbed across all tenors amid strong liquidity in the market.

Treasury to issue panda and samurai bonds next year

The Bureau of the Treasury said the government will issue panda and samurai bonds next year as part of the financing program for next...

T-bill, T-bond rates seen sideways

YIELDS ON government securities on offer this week will likely move sideways as demand is expected to pick up amid excess liquidity in the market as inflation expectations start to “taper off.”

Treasury to use new settlement system for auctions next week

THE BUREAU of the Treasury (BTr) will use a new settlement system starting next week as part of efforts to modernize its auction platform and the registry of securities.

T-bills fully awarded on strong liquidity

THE GOVERNMENT made another full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday as rates slipped across all tenors on the back of additional liquidity in the market amid P91-billion worth of maturing state debt.

Government fully awards T-bills

The government once again decided to fully award the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday, Aug. 20, as rates slipped across all...

T-bills to fetch lower rates

TREASURY BILLS (T-bills) on offer today will likely fetch lower rates on the back of strong demand for papers in the short end of the curve amid excess liquidity in the market.

Gov’t makes full award of 5-year Treasury bonds

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded P15 billion worth of reissued five-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) on Tuesday, accepting higher yields as the market priced in rate hikes by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).

Government fully awards five-year Treasury bonds worth P15 billion

THE GOVERNMENT fully awarded P15 billion worth of five-year re-issued Treasury bonds (T-bonds) on Tuesday, Aug. 14. The yields climbed to 5.902%, from 5.592% in...

Gov’t raises P15B as planned via T-bills

THE GOVERNMENT made another full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday as rates slipped across all tenors following further policy tightening by the central bank.

Government fully awards Treasury bills as rates drop

The government made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday as rates slipped across all tenors. The Bureau of...

Rates of gov’t securities to move sideways after fresh BSP rate...

YIELDS on government securities on offer this week will likely move sideways following the policy tightening by the central bank.

Gov’t fully awards T-bill offering

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday as rates on the longer tenors slipped.

Government fully awards Treasury bills at auction

The government made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday as rates on the longer tenors slipped. The Bureau...

Treasury bill rates seen sideways

YIELDS ON Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer today are seen to move sideways as investors await local economic data to be released later this week.

Gov’t rejects all bids for T-bonds

THE GOVERNMENT rejected all bids for the reissued 20-year Treasury bonds (T-bond) it offered on Tuesday as market preference remains on the short-end of the curve ahead of the August policy meeting of the local central bank.

Government rejects all bids for 20-year Treasury bonds

The government opted to fully reject all bids on the reissued 20-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday as the market preference is...

T-bill rates rise ahead of policy meeting; P15B fully awarded

THE government fully awarded the Treasury bills (T-bill) it offered Monday, with rates climbing across the board, with investors expecting another monetary policy tightening from the Philippine and US central banks.

Treasury bills, 20-year T-bonds expected to fetch higher rates

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES on offer this week will likely fetch higher rates, with the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) expected to reject all bids for the 20-year papers, as investors continue to wait for the local central bank to raise interest rates anew.

Gov’t fully awards T-bill offer on strong demand

THE GOVERNMENT made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday, with rates on the longer tenors rising following the hints of a fresh rate hike from the central bank chief.

Government fully awards T-bills

The government made a full award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday, July 23, with rates on the longer tenors...

Fiscal deficit below target in first half as revenues rise

By Elijah Joseph C. Tubayan, Reporter THE GOVERNMENT'S fiscal deficit was still below target as of the first half of the year as revenues continue to...

T-bill rates to move in tight range

YIELDS ON Treasury bills (T-bill) on offer this week will likely move sideways as the market looks for firmer leads amid hints of another interest rate hike from the local central bank.

Gov’t rejects all bids for 7-year bonds

THE GOVERNMENT rejected all bids for the reissued seven-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday as investors demanded higher rates ahead of the August policy meeting of the central bank.

Government rejects all tenders for reissued seven-year bonds

The government decided to reject all bids on the reissued seven-year Treasury bonds (T-bonds) it offered on Tuesday, July 17, as investors demanded higher...

Treasury opts for partial award of T-bills

THE GOVERNMENT made a partial award of the Treasury bills (T-bill) it auctioned off on Monday, with rates on the longer tenors rising amid persistent concerns over domestic inflation.

Rates of T-bills, T-bonds to rise

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES on offer this week will likely fetch higher rates, with demand expected to continue focusing on the shorter tenor amid lingering concerns over domestic inflation.