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Argentina creditors seek global support for bond clause changes

Aug 02 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON A group of Argentina's creditors has contacted the Institute of International Finance and other global bodies for support to amend legal clauses in its sovereign bond restructuring, a spokesman for the organisation said.

Argentina creditors seek global support for bond clause changes

Aug 02 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON A group of Argentina's creditors has contacted the Institute of International Finance and other global bodies for support to amend legal clauses in its sovereign bond restructuring, a spokesman for the organisation said.

Argentina creditors seek global support for bond clause changes

Aug 02 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON, Aug 2 A group of Argentina's creditors has contacted the Institute of International Finance and other global bodies for support to amend legal clauses in its sovereign bond restructuring, a spokesman for the organisation said.

JPMorgan's development finance arm structures first deal

Aug 01 2020

LONDON JPMorgan's 's development finance institution has structured its first deal, a $250 million five-year green bond for a power firm in Georgia, as it targets $100 billion for development projects annually, executives say.

RPT-GRAPHIC-Fresh lira slide rekindles crisis fears for Turkey

Jul 30 2020

LONDON, July 30 Turkey's lira is back in the spotlight. After two months of stability, the currency is testing the 7-per-dollar threshold and tumbling to record lows versus the euro, rekindling memories of the August 2018 lira meltdown.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks fall as Fed's pledge relief rally fades

Jul 30 2020

LONDON, July 30 Global shares fell on Thursday as the Federal Reserve's pledge to use all its tools to support the U.S. economy failed to reassure investors uneasy about a stalemate on fiscal support and rising coronavirus cases.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks fall as Fed's pledge relief rally fades

Jul 30 2020

LONDON/SYDNEY, July 30 Global shares fell on Thursday as the Federal Reserve's pledge to use all its tools to support the U.S. economy failed to reassure investors uneasy about a stalemate on fiscal support and rising coronavirus cases.

Fresh lira slide rekindles crisis fears for Turkey

Jul 30 2020

LONDON Turkey's lira is back in the spotlight. After two months of stability, the currency is testing the 7-per-dollar threshold and tumbling to record lows versus the euro, rekindling memories of the August 2018 lira meltdown.

Public investors plan move to government bonds in safety play

Jul 29 2020

LONDON More public institutions, including central banks, sovereign wealth funds and public pension funds, plan to increase their weighting in government bonds than cut back, as they chart a move to perceived safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sovereign investors see U-shaped recovery, but with slower growth, survey shows

Jul 28 2020

LONDON More than half of sovereign wealth funds responding to a new survey expect a U-shaped recovery in the global economy from the COVID-19 crisis, with developed markets likely to be best placed to recover.

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