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New Zealand bonds surge at close ahead of rbnz’s monetary policy meeting, governor orr’s speech

New Zealand bonds surge at close ahead of rbnz’s monetary policy meeting, governor orr’s speech New Zealand bonds surged at the time of closing Monday amid a muted trading session that witnessed data of little economic significance. Investors will now remain focused on the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s (RBNZ) …

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Australian bonds edge higher on hopes of weak retail sales data; markets to watch U.S. treasuries move

Australian bonds edge higher on hopes of weak retail sales data; markets to watch U.S. treasuries move Australian bonds gained on the first trading day of the week Monday as investors moved into safe-haven buying ahead of the retail sales data, where the growth is expected to dip to 0.2 percent m/m in …

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Australian bonds trade nearly flat in subdued session; markets await RBA’s monetary policy statement

Australian bonds trade nearly flat in subdued session; markets await RBA’s monetary policy statement   Australian government bonds traded nearly flat on Thursday as investors stayed sidelined amid a lack of any major news. However, Friday’sReserve Bank of Australia (RBA) policy statement will be closely watched to judge future policy action by the central …

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