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Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Abhinav Ramnarayan' s stories

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  • Moritz Kraemer

    Dual break-up could prove daunting for weakened UK, says S&P

    Ticker | 28 June 2016

    The UK could struggle to orchestrate an orderly withdrawal from the European Union particularly if it also has to deal with a split with Scotland at the same time, Standard & Poor’s chief sovereign analyst said on Tuesday.

  • 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.

  • European Central Bank headquarters

    ECB supports peripheral eurozone bonds from post-Brexit rout

    Ticker | 27 June 2016

    The European Central Bank came out in force to buy peripheral eurozone government bonds on Friday, providing crucial support after the UK voted to exit the European Union in a referendum on Thursday.

  • Logo of the European Investment Bank

    EIB primed for post-Brexit hiatus

    Bonds | 24 June 2016

    The European Investment Bank is likely to have to put its bond issuance on hold for the foreseeable future after the UK voted to leave the European Union last week. 

  • Logo of the European Investment Bank

    EIB primed for post-Brexit hiatus

    Ticker | 22 June 2016

    The European Investment Bank is prepared to put its bond issuance on hold if there is volatility in the event of a UK exit from the European Union.

  • A trader watches the screens at a bank's trading room in Lisbon

    Europe could be stuck in low yield, low growth loop for years

    Ticker | 21 June 2016

    The eurozone could be stuck in a Japanese-style low yield, low growth environment for a number of years as the ECB runs out of ammunition to stimulate the economy.

  • Bond trader

    Ten-year Bunds go negative

    Top News | 17 June 2016

    Investors were left despairing last week after 10-year German Bunds, the benchmark instrument for European fixed-income markets, saw their yield go negative for the very first time as the tightening of core European government bonds showed no signs of relenting.

  • Sunflower field

    Manitoba gets away with bad timing

    Bonds | 17 June 2016

    The Province of Manitoba was criticised for launching a 10-year benchmark against a volatile market backdrop, even if the issuer just about got away with it in the end.

  • Bond trader

    BONDS: Negative-yielding 10-year Bunds the new normal

    Ticker | 14 June 2016

    Ten-year German Bund yields hit a fresh landmark on Tuesday by going negative for the very first time, as the tightening of core European government bonds shows no signs of relenting.

  • Kommunalbanken sign

    SSA markets brace for referendum

    Ticker | 13 June 2016

    A few deals could trickle through this week, most likely small US dollar FRNs or taps, but the market is likely to be quiet ahead of the UK referendum on EU membership on June 23.