Herbert Wigwe image in pot
Herbert Wigwe image in pot
On January 25, after a record-breaking 35-day shutdown, a deal was finally struck to fund US government activity until February 15, but without another agreement, state agencies will again close down on that day.
CEO says bank liquidity and lavish social spending hamper capital markets development.
India’s first real estate investment trust is being fast-tracked to IPO before the end of February.
Equity capital markets bankers are having to get more creative with their advice to flotation candidates as the US government shutdown drags on.
Before it sets off into Africa, the international financial institution needs to look to its roots.
UniCredit regional division head says the UK crashing out of the EU is one of the main external risks to CEE this year.
Companies waiting to complete securities offerings while Washington remains deadlocked have few options – and more risk.
I can’t seem to stop worrying about Argentina in its election year.
Volatility in China and increased onshore access means a greater need for hedging; Singapore also building offshore rupee traction.
New numbers suggest there could be trouble ahead for Asian high-yield issuers.
Restructuring shows vulnerability of highly indebted firms as cycle turns.
The deadline looms for SEC-regulated investors to report on the liquidity of individual bond positions, but the more pressing question is the accuracy of fund valuations.
With new voting FOMC members queuing up to proclaim their reluctance to raise rates further, it only remains to be seen how flexible the Fed will be on balance-sheet reduction.
Collapsing equity and credit markets have little to do with a coming recession, but show a high and worrying correlation to the disappearance of the central bank bid.
After a few years of underperformance, India’s property market is back on form.
In 2018, Montenegro was named as one of the countries most at risk from over-indebtedness to China for the €809 million Bar-Boljare highway, dubbed a ‘road to nowhere’, but in Podgorica, enthusiasm for the project is still running high.
The opening up of central Asia’s largest market after a decade of isolation has sparked intense interest in its underdeveloped banking sector among fund managers and regional groups alike.
The successor to Mario Draghi as president of the European Central Bank (ECB) may provide more support than expected to corporate credit markets if borrowing conditions deteriorate.
As Mifid II and shrinking margins pile pressure on single-country firms in Europe, Kepler Cheuvreux is an equities mirror for how Amundi has grown a multi-local asset management platform.