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Monday, 20 August 2018

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  • EBRD snubs Sonia to keep Libor alive

    Bonds | 27 July 2018

    The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development on Wednesday shunned a promised new dawn of Sonia-linked sterling floating-rate notes, as overwhelming investor demand led the issuer to tie its latest issue to the tried-and-tested Libor reference rate.

  • Gazprom creates rouble market history

    Emerging Markets | 27 July 2018

    Russia’s Gazprom on Tuesday sold the biggest corporate bond in the rouble market, illustrating the depth of local liquidity.

  • An employee is seen walking over a mosaic of pound sterling symbols set in the floor of the front hall of the Bank of England in London

    EBRD snubs Sonia to keep Libor fires burning

    Ticker | 26 July 2018

    The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development on Wednesday shunned a promised new dawn of Sonia-linked sterling floating-rate notes, as overwhelming investor demand led the issuer to tie its latest issue to the tried-and-tested Libor reference rate.

  • africa bonds

    Eskom bonds widen as firm posts losses

    Ticker | 23 July 2018

    Eskom’s paper has widened in the secondary, after South Africa’s struggling state-run power firm reported a R2.3bn (US$171m) loss on Monday.

  • Raising the green flag

    ICMA signposts growing green market

    Ticker | 19 July 2018

    The International Capital Market Association has published quarterly newsletter on Green bonds, highlighting that green issuance numbers for the first half of the year outstripped the levels over the same time period in 2017.

  • Employees of ING group take a break in front of their office in Amsterdam

    MOVES-Withers leaves ING syndicate

    Ticker | 19 July 2018

    EM veteran Colin Withers has left ING after nearly eight years in its global debt syndicate team, according to sources.

  • Demand soaks up dollars from World Bank

    Demand soaks up dollars from World Bank

    Ticker | 18 July 2018

    The World Bank visited the US dollar market for the first time this fiscal year on Wednesday, and healthy demand meant it could set final terms on a US$5bn three-year 2bp inside IPTs.

  • A Credit Bank of Moscow branch

    CBOM dishes up tender offer

    Ticker | 17 July 2018

    Credit Bank of Moscow has announced a new tender offer, targeting subordinated bonds a month after completing a buyback exercise of two of its senior notes.

  • Flag of Zambia

    Zambia prepares for IMF visit

    Ticker | 16 July 2018

    An International Monetary Fund team is expected in Zambia next week as part of consultations on the country’s debt levels, Treasury secretary general Fredson Yamba said on Monday.

  • Banks cull EM traders as losses mount

    Banks cull EM traders as losses mount

    Top News | 13 July 2018

    At least 15 London-based emerging markets bond traders have left their roles over the past couple of months as heavy losses in the asset class take their toll, sparking fears about the commitment of financial institutions to the secondary trading business.

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