The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has broken new ground on international capital markets with the first issue of a local currency Eurobond linked to the three-month consumer price index (CPI).
Gold and silver futures are rebounding – most likely due to the demise of high grade bonds, rather than on supply-demand fundamentals for precious metals.
Today sees the launch of the Shenton International Asset-Backed Mini Bond, an opportunity for UK-based investors to potentially benefit from carefully selected real estate projects in Germany, North America and Brazil. The mini bond, a form of corporate loan that pays ten per cent per annum gross interest for four years, is issued by Shenton Holdings, the Singapore-based alternative investment house. With more than 10,000 customers, Shenton has invested more than £390m into 51 international real estate projects in four years.
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An AIM listing is the planned exit strategy for less than a quarter (23%) of UK technology entrepreneurs, according to new research from Nabarro, the international law firm. This is despite the strong demand from AIM investors for opportunities to invest in the tech sector. Technology sector stocks made up an average 31% of the portfolios of the investors interviewed by Nabarro, with 88% planning to increase (53%) or maintain (35%) their exposure to AIM tech stocks in the next five years.
39% believe institutional investors will raise exposure to investment grade credit in next three years versus 16% who expect a reduction
Zmarta Group will be the new corporate name of the company group including brands such as Zmarta and Freedom Finance, who have offered loan brokering services since 1999.
Investors have regained some appetite for risk with a strong consensus over a U.S. rate rise next month, according to the BofA Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey for November.
New research from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report (IBR), a quarterly survey of 2,500+ business leaders in 36 economies, reveals the extent to which contagion caused by China’s economic slowdown is spreading to businesses around the world.
The recent stresses striking the Chinese capital markets do not pose an immediate credit threat to Fitch-rated money market funds holding Chinese-backed paper, says Fitch Ratings.
New report suggest that Oilfield Services Market is projected to reach $144.36 Billion by 2020
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, EMEA Conferencing Services Market, finds that the EMEA market earned revenues of $1.9 billion in 2014 and estimates this to reach $2.6 billion by 2019.
Nasdaq announced that trading of PayPal Holdings, Inc a digital payments leader, commenced on The Nasdaq Stock Market on July 20th.
The company has announced that it is authorized to list its shares of common stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
Fortex has officially opened their office in Shanghai, demonstrating the firm's commitment to China's institutional FX market.
The Saudi Stock Exchange opened to qualified foreign investors for the first time last month, and is expecting increased involvement of international investors on the Exchange as a result.
The international entertainment group has announced their investment Europe’s largest multi-channel network Zoomin.TV, following further investments in online TV networks across the continent.
A recent study by Lloyds Bank Private Banking has found that sterling has suffered in the last 12 months.
London Metal Exchange reports low prices as international pressures cause problems for copper trade.
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