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Daily Watch 14 Januari 2015
January 14, 2015 08:41

Danareksa government bonds yield index declined 3.15bps from 7.792% to 7.761% US Treasury 10-yr yields matched the lowest in 20 months as a slump in crude oil and commodities prices damped the outlook for inflation. Benchmark 10-year notes rallied after a brief decline as a $21 billion auction of the securities drew below-average demand. Commodities prices fell to a 12-yr low, fueling speculation the Federal Reserve will take a cautious approach to raising interest rates. Treasuries have gained 1.5 percent this year, after returning 6.2% last year, the most since 2011, according to Bloomberg U.S. Treasury Bond (BUSY) Index. The U.S. 10-yr yield declined 1bp to 1.90%, after falling to 1.8622% earlier, matching the low on Oct. 15 that was the least since May 2013. The 2.25% note due in November 2024 gained 2/32 to 103 3/32, according to Bloomberg Bond Trader prices. 30-year yields rose 1bp to 2.5%. It earlier touched 2.46%, the lowest since July 2012, when the yield set a record low of 2.44%. (Bloomberg)

Government bonds volume was IDR7.94 trillion, and it was dominated by medium term (5-15 years). It was lower than the previous day transaction of IDR13.26 trillion and it was lower than its YTD average of IDR10.56 trillion. Corporate bonds volume was IDR1351.24 billion, mostly short term (< 5 years). It was higher than the previous day transaction of IDR486.40 billion and it was higher than its YTD average of IDR551.70 billion.

IDR weakened 0.02% against USD from 12,599 to 12,601 whilst JCI rose 0.51% from 5,188 to 5,214. FR0070 yield fell by 4.00bps from 7.693% to 7.653% while RI240115 yield fell by -3.1bps from 4.108% to 4.077%. Brent decreased from 46.49 to 45.93 USD per barrel meanwhile WTI Cushing Crude Oil Spot price stabled  from 46.07 to 46.07 USD per barrel.