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The Republic of the Philippines (RoP) successfully navigated volatile market environment as it priced on October 5 a three-tranche bond transaction totalling US$2 billion. This is the third time the sovereign accessed the international debt capital market this year and also the third time that it printed a sustainability tranche as part of the transaction.
6 Oct 2022
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6 Oct 2022
Bank’s time deposit solution aligns Singapore firm’s treasury operations with net-zero goal
6 Oct 2022
Anand Sairam has been part of Citi’s Finance team for eight years, most recently as Asia’s regional head of financial planning and analysis (FP&A) F to focus on growing wallet share, strengthening regional wealth franchise
6 Oct 2022
Recent policy decisions in the United Kingdom have jeopardized the country’s economic well-being and financial stability, with the most vulnerable segments of the population facing the greatest risks. But with rapid and coordinated action, policymakers can still change course
6 Oct 2022
The Great Moderation has given way to the Great Stagflation, which will be characterized by instability and a confluence of slow-motion negative supply shocks. US and global equities are already back in a bear market, and the scale of the crisis that awaits has not even been fully priced in yet
5 Oct 2022
The UK government's disastrous rollout of its "mini-budget" is a cautionary tale for policymakers around the world as they pursue measures to help households deal with rising energy prices and inflation. When an economy is already operating near capacity, one group's benefit is another group's cost
5 Oct 2022
In response to British Prime Minister Liz Truss’s “mini-budget”, financial markets have sent the pound spinning to its lowest level ever, with no bottom in sight. While talk of an outright UK default is overblown, it is not unreasonable to anticipate a painful reckoning just short of that outcome
4 Oct 2022
Patrick Graham has 25 years of leadership experience in insurance, financial services
3 Oct 2022
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) has partnered with data cloud firm Snowflake to transform how data is accessed, analyzed and shared across a number of its services.
3 Oct 2022
Issuance of G3 bonds in Asia, outside of Japan and Australia, dropped by 43.9% in the first nine months of 2022 to US$186.95 billion, compared with US$333.03 billion in the corresponding period of 2021. This was the lowest nine-month volume since January-September 2016 when the issuance amounted to US$176.13 billion as the market continued to be buffeted by volatility on the back of rising interest rates and higher inflation.
3 Oct 2022
Development aims to meet increasing demand for top-tier large-scale logistic spaces
3 Oct 2022
The European Central Bank denies that it bears any responsibility for the eurozone’s current inflation struggles, pointing the finger at Covid-19 and Vladimir Putin. But there is good reason to believe that the ECB contributed significantly to rising prices, including for energy
3 Oct 2022
During the Great Moderation that preceded the Covid-19 pandemic, years of low inflation led to the growth of sovereign debt issued at fixed interest rates and long maturities. And now, two years of unexpected US inflation have effectively diluted these obligations, in America and elsewhere
30 Sep 2022