Market information Tuesday October 27th 2015

Crude-oil stockpiles in the U.S. rose with 22.6 million barrels in the past four weeks. This is the highest October level since 1930, even as producers have idled more than half their drilling rigs in the past year. A global surplus of crude oil could last through 2016, according to the International Energy Agency.

Purchases of new U.S. homes slumped in September to a 10-month low, disrupting a trend of steady increase in purchases this year. Sales dropped by 11.5 percent to a 468,000 houses annualized pace, U.S. Commerce Department figures showed on Monday.

Greece struggles to meet the next payment under its third bailout agreement. The country aims to lease 14 regional airports and line up the sale of a majority stake in the port of Piraeus before the end of the year. Next year, officials in Athens are targeting to raise EUR 3.5 billion from asset sales and concessions. This is as much as the country raised in the past four years.

The 6M Euribor decreased with 1 basis point to 0.01%. The 10Y Swap decreased with 2 basis points to 0.87%.

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