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Sunday, 22 October 2017

Abhinav Ramnarayan' s stories

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  • Ziggo

    Ziggo abandons European IPO model

    Top News | 17 February 2012

    Dutch cable operator Ziggo is set to abandon the four-week IPO process that has long been standard in Europe and instead opt for an accelerated – and far smaller – deal using the US model in an effort to ensure success when it launches next month. The change is a reaction to last year, when 27 major corporate IPOs – worth up to US$27bn – were cancelled in Europe.

  • Yellen

    Yellen nomination lifts emerging market debt

    Capital City | 09 October 2013

    Emerging credit markets have perked up on news that US President Barack Obama will nominate Janet Yellen to head the US Federal Reserve after Ben Bernanke’s term completes this year.

  • World Bank uses pincer movement

    Bonds | 02 October 2015

    The World Bank last week hedged its bets by including a short-dated tranche along with a more adventurous seven-year on its return to the US dollar benchmark market, and as a consequence was able to achieve size on one and duration on the other.

  • World Bank

    World Bank surprises with long euro trade

    Capital City | 10 April 2015

    The World Bank (IBRD) on Thursday raised eyebrows by coming to the euro market at a time when many Europe-based SSA issuers are shunning the single currency and looking to issue in US dollars instead.

  • World Bank surprises with long euro

    Bonds | 10 April 2015

    The World Bank (IBRD) on Thursday raised eyebrows by coming to the euro market at a time when many Europe-based SSA issuers are shunning the single currency and looking to issue in US dollars instead.

  • World Bank building in Washington, D.C..

    World Bank could restart SSA primary market

    Ticker | 28 June 2016

    The World Bank could reopen the public sector market as soon as next week despite the Brexit uncertainties raging through the market, two public sector debt bankers said.

  • Euro notes

    Wave of cash hits distorted rates market

    Top News | 24 March 2016

    The sovereign, supranational and agency market is expected to be flooded with several billion euros of additional buying interest in April, potentially introducing further severe distortions and making the primary market difficult to navigate.

  • Warsaw looks abroad as domestic IPOs run out of steam

    People & Markets | 23 September 2011

    Poland has begun to woo companies in central and eastern Europe as it seeks to get ambitions for its equity capital markets industry back on track, after momentum in the first half of the year subsequently ran out of steam.

  • Volkswagen logo

    Volkswagen gears up for bond market return

    Top News | 05 August 2016

    Volkswagen may sell its first public unsecured deal for a year as early as the end of August, according to four bankers who cover corporate bonds. The deal would be the company’s first such transaction since the emissions scandal in September 2015.

  • Vodafone logos

    Vodafone goes long twice in a week

    Bonds | 05 August 2016

    Vodafone’s penchant for long-dated debt was on display last week, with the UK telecoms firm starting the week with a £800m 33-year benchmark trade and ending it with a £1bn 40-year bond, the two deals coming either side of a Bank of England announcement on corporate bond purchases.

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