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Investors remain under-allocated to emerging market debt, despite emerging countries growing more rapidly – and, in many cases, boasting healthier balance sheets – than developed economies, pane...
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Restrictions on bank proprietary trading have caused liquidity to fall in both the cash and derivatives markets, forcing buy-side participants to adopt alternative investment strategies
Buy-side market participants are expecting increased operational costs when new regulation on central clearing of CDS contracts is implemented
A $650 million bond from Indonesian telco Indosat, issued last month, was a record 16 times oversubscribed. What was it about the deal that attracted investors in such numbers?
Nomura chief economist Richard Koo warns the US and European economies face double-dip recession and a prolonged period of economic stagnation if stimulus is cut too soon.
US-led efforts to rebalance the global economy are in danger of foundering on Europe’s fiscal retrenchment drive. The result, warn economists, may be a global bond trap, whereby surplus liquidity ...
An increasing number of European companies are moving their operations abroad to avoid punitive bankruptcy regimes, leaving bondholders at a disadvantage.
Market participants have warned an increasing number of European high yield bond offerings are accompanied by unclear – even misleading – documentation.
Investors in Chinese corporate bonds may struggle to recover their money in the event of a bankruptcy, according to FS Asia Advisory.
The deadline for the implementation of proposed regulation may be extended, as banks protest against the potential impact of stringent new capital and liquidity rules.
Bond investors have snapped up German Bunds in recent weeks, with Europe’s sovereign debt crisis triggering a flight to quality. But is Germany really the safe haven it appears? Credit explores po...
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