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Bond Yields

NameYieldChange
US 10 Year Treasury Yield
US10YT=RR
+0.718-0.015
Canada 10 Year Yield
CA10YT=RR
+0.530-0.011
Mexico 10 Year Yield
MX10YT=RR
+6.020-0.030
UK 10 Year Yield
GB10YT=RR
+0.219+0.028
France 10 Year Yield
FR10YT=RR
-0.065-0.020

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IAG airline Level Europe files for insolvency

Austrian short-haul budget carrier Level Europe plans to file for insolvency, it said on Thursday, becoming the latest airline casualty of the coronavirus crisis despite the financial might of parent IAG <ICAG.L>.

Zambia mining revenues drop 30% due to COVID-19, Chamber of Mines says

Mining companies in Zambia, Africa's No.2 copper producer, have suffered a 30% drop in revenue over the three months to April due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the fallout could last for at least 12 months, the Chamber of Mines said on Thursday.

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Level Europe, an Austrian low-cost short-haul airline which is part of the parent group of British Airways, IAG, said in a statement on Thursday that it intends to file for insolvency.

SNB's Jordan says SNB is not manipulating currencies to get trade advantage

The Swiss National Bank's policy of negative interest rates and currency interventions has nothing to do with currency manipulation to benefit Switzerland, Chairman Thomas Jordan said on Thursday.

RPT-Swiss National Bank needs loose policy until inflation returns

福利网站The Swiss National Bank needs to keep its expansive monetary policy in place, Chairman Thomas Jordan said on Thursday, pointing to the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic and lowered inflation forecasts.

UPDATE 2-Norway's interest rates on hold, outlook stronger

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EMERGING MARKETS-Stocks, forex muted; Turkish equities propped up by Turkcell

Equities and currencies in the developing world were muted on Thursday as support from sustained stimulus measures to revive economic growth was countered by a resurgence in COVID-19 cases.

Daily Briefing: The second wave is building

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UK says it still wants global digital tax as U.S. quits talks

福利网站Britain will keep pushing for a global solution on taxing international digital companies such as Google <GOOG.O> and Facebook Inc <FB.O> after the United States left negotiations, a spokesman for the British Treasury said on Thursday.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks retreat as investors fret over coronavirus relapse

Asian stocks and Wall Street futures fell on Thursday as spiking coronavirus cases in some U.S. states and in China dented hopes of a quick global economic comeback from the pandemic.

JGBs rise in line with U.S. Treasuries; 5-year auction sees fair demand

Most Japanese government bond (JGB) prices rebounded on Thursday, taking their cues from firmer U.S. Treasuries in Asian trading and weaker global stocks amid fears of a fresh wave of coronavirus infections.

Credit Suisse, UBS favourably placed to handle COVID-19 impact: SNB

Economic and financial conditions for the Swiss banking sector have deteriorated markedly due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swiss National Bank said on Thursday, but big banks UBS <UBSG.S> and Credit Suisse <CSGN.S> are favourably placed to manage challenges.

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