DAILY MARKET REPORT: FIXED INCOME, MONEY MARKET AND FX – JUNE 29 2017

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The African Export Import (AFREXIM) Bank has said it will in the next five years disburse a total of N7.647 trillion ($25 billion) to support Intra -African trade within the African continent. This is just as the bank also said in line with this initiative, it would today sign a N305.900 billion ($1 billion) loan with Dangote Cement in Nigeria as part of effort to support businesses in Africa. – ThisDay

ECONOMIC INDICATORS
Inflation (YoY)16.25%
Exchange Rate ($)N305.90
MPR14.00%
Foreign Reserves$30.23Bn
Brent Crude$47.64

“The bond market continued to trade on a weak note today with only few trades executed during the trading session. Consequently, Yields declined marginally by a single basis point across the curve. The slowdown in mar- ket activity can be largely attributed to the decline in investors’ appetite for FGN bonds owing to the attractive short term T-bills yields , currently trading within the 18.00% -22.00% band. We expect the market to remain sluggish as market players close their books for the month.

The buoyant naira liquidity in the Money Market stimulated demand for T-bills with attractive yields with special emphasis on short-dated maturi- ties (July to October 2017 maturities) . Yields declined by an average of 11bps across the curve (30bps on the short end). We expect the bullish trend to continue tomorrow, with demand extending into the medium and long end of the curve. The “no sale” at today’s OMO session by the CBN may further aggravate bullish sentiments tomorrow .

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The OBB and O/N rates fell to 4.00% and 4.53% due to increased market liquidity coming from OMO T-bills maturities of N236billion credited to- day. We expect the market to remain stable at these levels as we continue to watch out for any significant liquidity management actions by the CBN.”

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FGN Bonds
DescriptionBid (%)Offer (%)Day Change (%)
16.00 29-Jun-1916.5816.510.03
15.54 13-Feb-2016.4616.390.03
14.50 15-Jul-2116.3216.250.00
16.39 27-Jan-2216.1916.12(0.01)
14.20 14-Mar-2415.9115.840.00
12.50 22-Jan-2616.1516.080.04
12.50 22-Jan-2716.2416.17(0.01)
12.15 18-Jul-3415.9715.90(0.01)
12.40 18-Mar-3615.9815.91(0.02)
FGN Treasury Bills
DescriptionBid (%)Offer (%)Day Change (%)
5-Oct-1718.2518.00(0.45)
2-Nov-1718.5018.25(0.15)
7-Dec-1718.1517.90(0.15)
4-Jan-1818.5518.30(0.20)
1-Feb-1818.5518.300.00
1-Mar-1818.4018.15(0.05)
5-Apr-1818.6018.350.00
3-May-1818.5018.250.00
14-Jun-1818.6018.350.05

 

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Money Market Rates
Current (%)Previous (%)
Open Buy Back (OBB)4.009.00
Overnight (O/N)4.589.33
FX Market
Current (N/$)Previous ( N/$)
Interbank305.90305.90
CBN SMIS320.00320.00
I&E FX Window368.00368.67
Parallel Market364.00366.00
                             Primary Market Auction  Results         
NTB  – 21 June 2017
TenorRate (%)Offer (NBn)Sub (N’bn)Sale (N’bn)
91 days13.5028.1228.1228.12
182 days17.5055.1243.8443.84
364 days18.6550.0082.2561.29
FGN Bonds – 21 June 2017
TenorRate (%)Offer (NBn)Sub (N’bn)Sale (N’bn)
Jun-2116.190040.0012.524.22
Mar-2716.190050.0057.3530.25
Apr-3716.196550.0088.2464.79
OMO – 29 June 2017
TenorRate (%)Offer (NBn)Sub (N’bn)Sale (N’bn)
140 dayN/A5.006.50N/A
364 dayN/A50.0072.81N/A

 

Eurobonds
IssuerDescriptionYield (%)Day Change (%)
FGN6.38 12-Jul-235.73(0.02)
FGN7.875 16-Feb-326.88(0.02)
First Bank6.488 23-Jul-2111.180.09
Ecobank8.75 14-Aug-2111.910.03
Access Bank10.50 19-Oct-218.450.00
Zenith Bank7.375 30-May-227.740.36
UBA7.75 8-Jun-228.680.93

Sources: FMDQ, CBN, Bloomberg, Zedcrest research

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