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The Daily Capital Markets Digest
Financial issuers are leading a 14-deal flood of issuance in the US high grade market on Monday, by offering seven deals in 15 different tranches.
HSBC is preparing to sell its debut contingent convertible bond following a global investor roadshow as it seeks to meet new regulatory requirements and replenish its stock of Tier 1 capital.
Overnight interest rates in the eurozone could remain in negative territory for the foreseeable future, market strategists say, after the euro overnight index average (Eonia) clocked in below 0% for only the second time in its history yesterday.
Former Majority Leader of the US House of Representatives Eric Cantor has joined boutique investment bank Moelis & Company as vice chairman and managing director.
Shah: Turning on taps when pipes are blocked is a futile exercise.
Burger King’s US$11bn deal to buy Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons is the latest in a string of bumper merger and acquisition transactions that have reignited advisory fees for banks after a six-year drought.
German businesses are spoilt for choice when it comes to borrowing, argues Keith Mullin.
An IFC financing programme will do more for India than its prime minister’s dress sense.
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