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Ak Bars Bank priced a three-year note last night to become the first Russian issuer to print in the international bond markets this year.
Ukraine’s biggest creditors have submitted a new debt restructuring offer to Kiev that proposes a 5% writedown on the bonds’ principal, according to a source, softening their stance of outright rejecting a so-called ‘haircut’, Reuters reported.
(Reuters) - Agricultural Development Bank of China, one of China’s main policy lenders, and other development banks will issue over Rmb1trn (US$161bn) of new bonds in coming years to fund lending for infrastructure projects, three people with direct knowledge of the plans told Reuters.
(Reuters) - BNP Paribas saw revenue rise nearly 16 percent in the second quarter, boosted by brisk share trading, a strong dollar and recently acquired companies.
James Saft: Fed reinforcing unrealistically dovish expectations.
Keith Mullin urges a sense of proportion from regulators.
Country’s renewable energy push is a huge opportunity for global finance, says Jonathan Rogers.
Which bank has the silliest, oddest or most unfortunately inappropriate slogan out there, asks IFR editor-at-large Keith Mullin.
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