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    China "intends" to stop buying US bonds

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    Post by Rocky Wed 10 Jan 2018, 2:08 pm


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    - Chinese officials reviewing their country's foreign exchange holdings have recommended slowing or stopping US Treasury purchases, the Bloomberg news agency reported Wednesday, quoting informed sources.
    According to the report, the US government bond market is less attractive than other assets.
    It also cited trade tensions with the United States as a justification for slowing bond purchases.
    Traders also cited the report as a reason for US Treasury yields to rise again during European trade, with yields on 10-year US bonds rising to 2.593 percent, hitting a 10-month high.
    The dollar fell 0.6 percent against a basket of currencies, recording its biggest daily drop in a month

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    Post by Rocky Wed 10 Jan 2018, 2:39 pm

    Chinese reports on US bond purchases hit markets for commodities and currencies
    China "intends" to stop buying US bonds 640 10 January 2018 04:16 PM
    [rtl] Mubasher : Commodity, currency and metal markets have seen wide changes following press reports that China is moving towards reducing or ending purchases of US bonds.[/rtl]
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    According to press reports today China's tendency to slow down or stop purchases of US Treasury bonds, which is the largest state of US bonds.
     
    The US dollar fell sharply against the major currencies, while gold metal recorded a large rally, and the yield on bonds extended its gains.
     
    Gold rises to 4-month high
     
    Gold prices rose Wednesday to a four-month high, and the metal gained $ 9.
     
    By 12:50 pm GMT, gold futures rose 0.7% to $ 1322.4 an ounce.
     
    The metal hit $ 1326.1 an ounce, the highest since September 15.
     
    The spot price of yellow metal rose 0.7% to $ 1322.6 an ounce.
     
    The dollar is facing severe losses
     
    The US dollar fell sharply against most major currencies after the reports, falling against the euro by 0.5% to $ 1.1998, after reaching the level of 1.2015 dollars.
     
    While the US currency extended losses against the Japanese yen by 1.1% to 111.39 yen.
     
    The green card was hit by a sharp drop against the yen after Japan's central bank announced its plan to cut its bond purchases.
     
    While the dollar rose against the pound by 0.08% at 1.3529 dollars, and fell against the Swiss franc by about 0.6% to 0.9771 francs.
     
    The yield on bonds continues to climb 
     
    The yield on US 10-year bonds extended to its highest level since March, approaching 2.6%.
     
    During the period, the yield on 10-year US bonds rose to 2.59%.
     
    The yield on 30-year bonds rose 2.93%.


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    Post by Rocky Wed 10 Jan 2018, 2:43 pm

    Reports: China plans to reduce its holdings of US bonds
    China "intends" to stop buying US bonds 640 10 January 2018 02:51 PM
    [rtl] Mubasher: The yield on US bonds continued to rise, surpassing a 10-month high after news reports that China was slowing or stopping purchases of US Treasuries.[/rtl]
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    Sources in Bloomberg said on Wednesday that the recent gains in US Treasury bond yields were the result of a recommendation by Chinese government officials reviewing the country's policy on its foreign exchange reserves by cutting purchases from US Treasuries.
        
    China and Japan are the world's two largest countries in the world.
     
    In October, China topped the list of the most heavily traded US Treasuries at 1.189 trillion dollars.
     
    US Treasury yields were up 10-month highs on the day, and by 11:40 am GMT the yield on bonds 




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