Danareksa government bonds yield index dropped 2.44bps from 7.817% to 7.792%
US Treasuries rose, pushing 10-yr note yields to a 2013 low, as tumbling oil prices crimp the outlook for inflation and fueled speculation the Fed may delay an interest-rate increase. US debt extended gains after the auction of $24 billion of three-year notes produced a lower-than-forecast yield. The 10-year yield dropped 4bps to 1.91%, the lowest on a closing basis since May 2013. The 2.25% note due November 2024 rose 11/32 to 103 1/32. The 30-year bond yield dropped 3bps to 2.50%. The record low of 2.44% was reached in July 2012. (Bloomberg)
Government bonds volume was IDR13.26 trillion, and it was dominated by short term (< 5 years). It was higher than the previous day transaction of IDR11.48 trillion and it was higher than its YTD average of IDR10.56 trillion.
Corporate bonds volume was IDR486.40 billion, mostly short term (< 5 years). It was lower than the previous day transaction of IDR1200.70 billion and it was lower than its YTD average of IDR551.70 billion.
IDR strengthened 0.38% against USD from 12,647 to 12,599 whilst JCI decreased -0.55% from 5,217 to 5,188.
FR0070 yield was up by 2.10bps from 7.672% to 7.693% while RI240115 yield fell by -1.7bps from 4.125% to 4.108%.
Brent was down from 49.37 to 46.49 USD per barrel meanwhile WTI Cushing Crude Oil Spot price fell from 48.36 to 46.07 USD per barrel.