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The Daily Capital Markets Digest
Obrascon Huarte Lain’s bonds are under pressure yet again, after the Spanish construction firm revealed it had to post more collateral against a Mexican margin loan.
Ukraine’s curve is on fire today, with bonds across the spectrum posting gains after a law was passed that gives the sovereign the option to hold off on foreign debt repayments for 13 months.
Obrascon Huarte Lain’s bonds were under pressure yet again last week, after the Spanish construction firm revealed that it had to post more collateral against a Mexican margin loan.
Unilever honed in on the market’s sweet spot to price the tightest floating rate corporate euro deal in eight years this week, in a sector that continues to be shaken by rates volatility.
Keith Mullin casts doubt on the impact of upstart firms on the wider industry.
The offshore renminbi market’s best years may be behind it, says Jonathan Rogers.
The sceptred isle that is the City would do just fine if the UK were to leave the EU.
Peters caps the week with a global spin on Greece, China, the Fed and football.
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