Domestic bonds

RPT – US sanctions on Russian bonds are more symbolic than anything – Asset Manager

by on April 22, 2021 0

NEW YORK (UrduPoint News / Sputnik – April 22, 2021) Sanctions prohibiting U.S. banks and institutional investors from purchasing new ruble-denominated bonds at Russian government auctions are symbolic at best, although they may be a missed opportunity for Americans to invest in such debt, Steven Keller, chief investment officer of Wexler Capital, told Sputnik....

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RBI faces key test as bond traders balk at yields

by on April 22, 2021 0

Just weeks after the start of India’s new borrowing program, the country’s sovereign bond traders and the central bank are gearing up for a third deadly battle. The Reserve Bank of India’s explicit assurance to buy 1 trillion rupees ($ 13 billion) of bonds this quarter failed to encourage more purchases by traders. The...

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Addenda Capital President and CEO receives one of Canada’s Clean50 Awards for his work in promoting sustainability

by on April 21, 2021 0

MONTREAL, April 21, 2021 / CNW Telbec / – Addenda Capital, a private investment management firm, is pleased to announce that Roger beauchemin, President and CEO, was named recipient of From Canada Clean50 Awards and, as a leader in the finance category, won a From Canada Clean16 price (https://www.clean50.com). “From Canada The Clean50 Awards...

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Israel to launch international bond issue, likely in euros

by on April 21, 2021 0

JERUSALEM – Israel is ready to tap international markets for a benchmark-sized sovereign debt offering in 2021, time and size to be determined and dependent on market conditions, the country’s accountant general said. The issue will most likely be denominated in euros after significant dollar-denominated offers in 2020. Israel typically alternates between the dollar...

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US economic system leads world restoration from pandemic

by on April 4, 2021 0

America’s rise is ending – no less than for now – China’s lengthy reign as the first engine of the $ 90 trillion world economic system. The Biden administration’s gratuitous spending – coupled with the Federal Reserve’s extraordinarily low rates of interest – is fueling the burgeoning U.S. increase and lifting different international locations,...

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