Wednesday, 18 October 2017

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  • Goldman, Morgan Stanley less reliant on trading for earnings win

    Ticker | 17 October 2017

    Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs posted solid third quarter results easily beating analysts’ expectations for the quarter as revenue from investment banking outperformed.

  • MOVES-RenCap takes two for emerging markets FICC

    Ticker | 17 October 2017

    Renaissance Capital hired Amir Zada as a managing director and head of special situations, fixed income commodity and currency sales focusing on Russia/CIS and frontier markets at its RenCap Securities unit.

  • Independent voices stand up to bond issuers

    Top News | 13 October 2017

    Independent research firms are carving out a lucrative niche in the US bond market with hard-hitting analyses that bolster investor resolve when it comes to aggressive bond terms.

  • ECM helps Citi, but FICC resumes freefall

    People & Markets | 13 October 2017

    Citigroup came within a hair of outperforming JP Morgan in equity underwriting in the third

  • MOVES-Houlihan hires two for dispute resolution group

    Ticker | 10 October 2017

    Houlihan Lokey hired Michael Hedden and Daniel Beaulne for its dispute resolution consulting practice.

  • Goldman may corner bitcoin market making

    People & Markets | 06 October 2017

    Goldman Sachs is weighing options for trading crypto-currencies, including bitcoin, as rivals continue to voice loud reservations.

  • Tax plan success may spur mega M&A deals

    People & Markets | 06 October 2017

    With US President Donald Trump’s tax plan finally making its way into the public sphere, a key stumbling block for large takeover transactions could fall away and create a beehive of activity.

  • Puerto Rico bondholders relent on recovery hopes

    People & Markets | 06 October 2017

    A few words from US President Donald Trump last week stripped away any expectation that holders of Puerto Rico’s general obligation bonds would still see a recovery of 50 cents or more on the dollar.

  • MOVES-Credit Suisse taps Mesny, Rubio-Alvarez to run EMEA FIG

    Ticker | 29 September 2017

    Credit Suisse named Max Mesny and Armando Rubio-Alvarez co-heads of the EMEA financial institutions group, replacing Eric Richard, who will become a vice chairman of the group and focus on strategic client coverage.

  • Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico recovery plan miffs creditors

    Top News | 29 September 2017

    Puerto Rico is counting on US federal aid to rebuild after a massive hurricane ripped the island apart - but that could leave more than a few bondholders unhappy.

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