Central and eastern European (CEE) covered bond markets will expand in 2020 as banks look to fund growing mortgage sectors with long-term wholesale funding, Moody's Investors Service said in a report published on Monday (Dec.2).
US government debt prices traded lower Monday morning as investors extended bets on a near-term U.S.-China trade deal. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note traded higher at 1.8394%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond traded higher at 2.3177%, CNBC re
It was a busy September for bond markets in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Ninteen Eurobonds were issued last month according to Saint Petersburg-based Cbonds, which covers the fixed income in the developed and emerging markets.
In the first half of 2018, the Vienna Stock Exchange continued to strengthen its position as a listing venue for international corporate bonds.
The financial markets were jittery on Tuesday with investors spooked by political uncertainty in Italy and Spain. Stocks dropped sharply, the euro fell against the dollar and Italian bond yields climbed.
Despite all the euphoria in the past period about the world recovery, events have taken a sharp turn for the worse.
Argentina's central bank (BCRA) said it refinanced all of the $26 billion Lebac Peso-denominated bonds (“L”) that were set to mature this week, while auctioning off new debt worth another $200 million.
As Greece heads toward the end of its third bailout program, investors are ready to welcome the government's new seven-year bond reports Bloomberg.
By Davide Barbuscia
By Abhinav Ramnarayan