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Cyprus planning green or sustainability bond, debt agency official says

Jan 24 2022

Cyprus could issue its first green or sustainability bond as soon as next year and would aim to raise at least 500 million euros, an official at its debt management agency told Reuters.

Hawkish cenbanks send leveraged loans to highest since 2007

Jan 20 2022

(Reuters) -U.S. leveraged loan prices have surged to their highest levels since 2007 as investors snap up assets that will offer compensation while central banks start hiking interest rates.

UPDATE 1-Hawkish cenbanks send leveraged loans to highest since 2007

Jan 20 2022

* Upcoming rate hikes boost the case for floating rate assets

Hawkish central banks send leveraged loan prices to their highest levels in near 15 years

Jan 20 2022

* Upcoming rate hikes boost the case for floating rate assets

UPDATE 4-German 10-year bond yield above 0% for first time since May 2019

Jan 19 2022

* German yield turns positive for first time in nearly 3 years

GRAPHIC-German key yield back above 0%. Here's what it means

Jan 19 2022

LONDON, Jan 19 Bond markets have just passed a major milestone -- German 10-year yields have shot above 0% for the first time in nearly three years, potentially marking a return to more normal borrowing conditions in Europe.

Analysis-Election risk? No sweat for bond investors in Italy, France

Jan 13 2022

MILAN Bond market calm in the face of a possible government shake-up in Italy and French elections in April offers proof, if any were needed, that Europe's display of solidarity during the pandemic has all but wiped out euro break-up risks.

Portugal gets solid demand for 20-year bond despite snap election

Jan 12 2022

LISBON, Jan 12 Portugal has raised 3 billion euros ($3.42 billion) through a new 20-year bond on Wednesday with solid demand from international investors despite an unstable political situation as the country heads for a snap election on Jan. 30.

UPDATE 4-Italy to raise 7 billion euros from 30-year bond as presidential vote looms

Jan 05 2022

Jan 5 Italy received more than 55 billion euros of demand for a new 30-year bond on Wednesday, according to a lead manager memo seen by Reuters, launching the euro zone's first major debt sale of the year weeks ahead of a potentially disruptive presidential election.

Tumultuous year in bond markets draws to a close

Dec 21 2021

LONDON It's been an extraordinary year for bonds after long-dormant inflation jumped and central banks began unwinding unprecedented stimulus sparked by COVID-19.

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