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  • TREASURIES-U.S. yields slide amid uncertainty about rate hike pace

    U.S. Treasury yields fell on Monday in choppy trading, weighed down by market uncertainty about when the Federal Reserve would tighten monetary policy in the face of persistently high inflation.

  • CANADA FX DEBT-Canadian dollar steadies as bearish bets on currency hit 5-week low

    The Canadian dollar barely moved against its U.S. counterpart on Monday as data showed that speculators have cut bearish bets on the currency to the lowest in five weeks and ahead of a Bank of Canada ...

  • PRECIOUS-Gold gains 1% on lower U.S. yields, inflation worries

    * Investors await BoJ, ECB policy meetings due this week. * Palladium, platinum rise more than 1% each. By Amy Caren Daniel. Gold prices rose about 1% on Monday, as a retreat in U.S. bond yields and persisting worries about inflation lifted the safe-haven asset ahead of major central bank meetings this week. Spot gold was up 0.9% at $1,807.66 per ounce by 11:39 a.m. ET.

  • CEE MARKETS-Crown, forint stuck at multi-month lows

    The Czech crown hit a near three-month low on Monday amid worries over weaker economic growth, while the Hungarian forint tested a seven-month low, continuing to cool after the central bank slowed ...

  • PRECIOUS-Gold holds above $1,800 mark on inflation worries

    * Gold profits from higher inflation expectations - Commerzbank. * Investors await BoJ, ECB policy meetings due this week. By Arundhati Sarkar. Gold prices reclaimed the $1,800 mark on Monday, supported by persisting worries over inflation, as investors looked ahead to the next Federal Reserve meeting for its outlook on monetary policy. Spot gold rose 0.5% to $1,801.22 per ounce by 1203 GMT.

  • European stocks end flat as industrial losses offset commodity gains

    * Markets await big earnings week. * UniCredit falls as MPS sale talks collapse. * Telecom sector down as Bofa bearish on Nokia, Ericsson. By Anisha Sircar and Ambar Warrick. European stocks closed flat on Monday, as gains in banks and commodity-linked sectors were offset by losses in industrial stocks on rising bond yields, and as the outlook for the telecom sector deteriorated.

  • PRECIOUS-Gold firms near key $1,800 level as dollar weakens

    * Gold could test resistance at $1,814 - technicals. * Investors await BoJ, ECB policy meetings due on Thursday. By Nakul Iyer. Gold prices hovered close to the key $1,800 level on Monday, supported by a weaker dollar as investors assessed the Federal Reserve's likely response to inflationary pressure after its chair said inflation could last longer than expected.

  • Euro zone bond yields dip, Italy outperforms after S&P outlook upgrade

    Euro zone bond yields dipped on Monday, helped by a Friday fall in U.S. Treasury yields following comments from U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, while Italian bonds outperformed following an unexpected credit rating outlook upgrade.

  • European stocks inch higher as commodity prices support

    European shares tiptoed higher on Monday, led by miners and energy stocks as commodity prices strengthened, while investors awaited a flurry of earnings reports with several behemoths set to publish results this week. The pan-European STOXX 600 inched 0.02% higher by 0707 GMT, after Asian peers eked out slim gains.

  • JGB yields rise further as investors weigh BOJ, issuance

    Japanese government bond yields rose on Monday, extending last week's run despite a softening in U.S. Treasury yields, as traders weighed the odds of heavier issuance and an upcoming central bank meeting. The Bank of Japan's two-day meeting ends on Thursday and is likely to confirm that BOJ would be among the last of the major central banks to lift pandemic-era low rates.

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