June 26, 2019 18:50
Russian Eurobonds follow UST down
MOSCOW. June 26 (Interfax) - Most Russian Eurobond issues are correcting down on Wednesday on the back of losses US Treasuries, however sovereign spreads are little changed.
Russia's benchmark 2030 bonds were down 12 basis points from previous closing by 6:15 p.m. Moscow time at 113.02% with yield at 3.08% per annum, 3 bps higher. Three-year US Treasuries were down 10 bps from previous closing at 100.63%, with yield up 4 bps at 1.73%. Spread between Russia-30 and UST3 narrowed 1 bp to 135 bps.
But Russia's 2043 bond was down 50 bps at 121.05%, yielding 4.445%, up 3 bps; the 2042 bond was down 52 bps at 116.9%, yielding 4.435%, up 3 bps; the 2026 bond was down 21 bps at 106.29% with yield up 3.5 bps to 3.71%; and the 2023 bond fell 22 bps to 106.95% yielding 3.1%, up 5 bps.
The 30-year bond maturing in 2047 was down 60 bps to 110.07% with yield at 4.605%, up 3.5 bps; and the 10-year bond maturing in 2027 was down 20 bps at 103.13%, with yield at 3.79%, up 3 bps.
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