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BRUSSELS: Investors are snapping up Italy’s government debt with as much appetite as during previous European summers, when the high yields proved the perfect place to pick up a steady return while volatility is low.
DUBAI: A New York court has sent subpoenas to Etihad and ratings agency Fitch this week seeking a document at the centre of a battle over US$1.2bil in debt issued by the Abu Dhabi carrier and airlines it partly owned, according to legal documents reviewed by Reuters.
DUBAI: A New York court has sent subpoenas to Etihad and ratings agency Fitch this week seeking a document at the centre of a battle over $1.2 billion in debt issued by the Abu Dhabi carrier and airlines it partly owned, according to legal documents reviewed by Reuters.
BERLIN: The rally in German bonds in the past week has reminded fund managers why betting against Europe’s safest assets is a risky business.
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk has resigned and the finance minister, foreign minister and the prosecutor general could also exit in a sweeping reshuffle this week, lawmakers from President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's party said on Tuesday.
ISTANBUL: Four days after Turkey’s official borrowing costs fell below zero when adjusted for inflation, Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said it’s the nominal interest rate that “matters more” and suggested the country’s currency should be at a more favourable level.
LONDON: It's the time of year when London's bankers and traders wind down and prepare for holidays. Instead, many are cancelling leave and will work all night on Thursday as Britain votes in an unpredictable election that could convulse global markets.
KIEV/MOSCOW (Reuters) - For U.S. President Donald Trump, White House publication on Wednesday of a memo summarising his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy fuelled a domestic political crisis.
NEW YORK: Bond bulls had a great August, as a ferocious rally drove yields in the world’s biggest markets to record lows. Now some investors say that’s as low as they’ll go.
LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's bond yields tumbled on Tuesday amid growing investor expectations that its political crisis could be short-lived, potentially paving the way for a new coalition government and reducing the uncertainty of snap elections.