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South Korea bonds end up on foreign demand

February 25, 2014

SEOUL, 25 Feb: South Korean bonds inched up on Tuesday, boosted by foreign demand for futures contracts and continuing worries about the strength of the global economy.

Yield on the benchmark 10-year government bonds ended down 1.4 basis points, while lead March futures on three-year treasury bonds ended up 0.05 points.

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Source: Daily Messenger (Pakistan)

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