More than R25-billion of South African debt is traded every day in the multi-trillion rand local debt market. Each week we take a look at what's driving yields and bring you expert analysis of the trends in global bond markets.
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Malcolm Charles from Investec Asset Management joined Business Day TV on the line with more insight on the kind of activity that played out in the fixed income space - with global forces just as much at play as local forces are at this stage.
Local bonds were little changed in early trade today. By the close we had the yield on the benchmark R186 fetching 8.695%, from 8.69%. And for the most part The rand and bonds expected to be range-bound, as markets seek fresh catalysts from either the Reserve Bank or inflation data…
Local bonds traded weaker, with the R186 bid at 8.68% from 8.615%.The US 10-year treasury was last seen at 2.87% from 2.8598%. Nedbank analysts pointing to technical analysis showing that a move above a yield of 2.87% would signal a bear move to 3.03%, but underlining the opinion that the…
Local bonds traded firmer today on the rand's recovery, and following the release of a measured report on SA from ratings agency Moody's - alebit having come with a warning that sustained tightening of financing conditions would further reduce the government's fiscal flexibility. The R186 was last bid at 8.84%…
Local bonds traded much weaker in early trade, with yield on the benchmark R186 rising to 9.18%, its highest point since mid-December, bid at 9.16% by the finish from 9.06% yesterday. while the R207 was bid at 7.80% from 7.74%. Demand for safe havens saw yield on the 10-year benchmark…
South African government bonds traded softer today, in line with the rand, as global bond yields pushed higher. Joining us in studio now to take a closer look at the activity that played out in the fixed income space is Kgothatso Nyabela, Ashburton Investments.
South African government bonds traded softer today following the rand, which has weakened along with other emerging-market currencies over the past few days. The R186 bid at 8.28% from 8.18% and the R207 at 7.17% from 7.08%. The US 10-year treasury last seen at 2.98% from 2.96% We're joined by…
Rhandzo Mukansi from Futuregrowth Asset Management joined Alishia Seckam for more on what's playing out in the Bond Market space.
10 Apr 2018
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