The buyside is slightly less bullish about LatAm equities, but it still sees the asset class as an outperformer, according to a LatAm fund manager survey released by BAML on Tuesday.
Bull market investors have turned a bit more cautious but remain present in the market, according to the Bank of America Merrill Lynch April Fund Manager Survey.
Oaktree Capital, often described as the world’s largest distressed debt investor, is setting its sights on China and India as it looks to expand its investments in Asia.
S&P on Thursday placed Deutsche Bank’s A- long-term issuer credit rating on creditwatch with negative implications in the wake of Christian Sewing’s appointment as the new CEO.
A proposal to delay disclosure of large corporate bond purchases in order to improve market liquidity is getting push-back from some of the investors who could benefit most from the change.
China’s central bank chief on Wednesday unveiled more details of reforms to open up the country’s financial services sector and improve trading links with Hong Kong and other markets, including the long-overdue London-Shanghai Stock Connect scheme.
(Reuters) Rusal, the world’s second largest aluminium producer, is unlikely to be able to pay a Eurobond coupon in May as a result of US sanctions imposed on the Russian company last week, investors and analysts said.