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Exclusive: Wall Street revives Russian bond trading after U.S. go-ahead

Yahoo Daily News 15 Aug 2022
bond manager PIMCO - which was on the hook for a payout of around $1 billion after Russia defaulted on its dollar debt in June - could now save around $300 million, one investor estimated ... investors that want to get out." Reuters could not establish who was buying the bonds.
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Reuters Exclusive - Wall Street Revives Russian Bond Trading After US Go-Ahead

Voa News 15 Aug 2022
Some $40 billion of Russian sovereign bonds were outstanding before Russia began what it calls a “special military operation” in Ukraine in February ... bond manager PIMCO — which was on the hook for a payout of around $1 billion after Russia defaulted on its dollar debt in June — could now save around $300 million, one investor estimated.
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Reuters Exclusive – Wall Street Revives Russian Bond Trading After US Go-Ahead

The Wire Network 15 Aug 2022
bond manager PIMCO — which was on the hook for a payout of around $1 billion after Russia defaulted on its dollar debt in June — could now save around $300 million, one investor estimated ... for investors that want to get out.” Reuters could not establish who was buying the bonds.
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Wall Street revives Moscow bond trading after US go-ahead

Khaleejtimes 15 Aug 2022
For example, US bond manager PIMCO — which was on the hook for a payout of around $1 billion after Russia defaulted on its dollar debt in June — could now save around $300 million, one investor estimated ... Some banks are offering to trade Russian sovereign and corporate bonds, ...
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Retail investors on bonds buying spree amid stock doldrums

Korea Times 15 Aug 2022
Retail investors are on a buying spree of bonds, as they bet more on safer assets amid falling stock market sentiment here and abroad, data showed Monday ... The year 2022 will also mark the first time that retail investors have purchased bonds worth more than 10 trillion won, according to data from the association.
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Heads up! Bull run in the $305-trn global bond market is coming to an end by 2025

The Times of India 15 Aug 2022
Dipping ROI will significantly affect the bond market Investors post 2023 ... So once Investors are clear on the direction of bond market decline, then what action they should take to protect their portfolio from inflation? Over the past ten years, we have seen a tactical shift in asset location by Global & Indian Investors.
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Russia reopens bond market to non-hostile investors

BBC News 15 Aug 2022
The Moscow Exchange will be partially reopened to foreign investors from Monday after a nearly six-month suspension during the Ukraine war. It says only investors from "countries that are not hostile" will be allowed to trade bonds. The move excludes many of Russia's largest investors that have imposed sanctions on its economy.
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Top Wall Street banks return to Russian bond trading after the Treasury brings in a ...

Business Insider 15 Aug 2022
At least six big Wall Street banks have started dealing in Russian bonds again, Reuters reported, after the US authorities gave a reprieve to investors stuck with the now-toxic debt ... Investors use CDS as insurance against default on debt they hold, and they typically relinquish the underlying bonds to the other party for sale when that happens.
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Russia's ruble sinks as Moscow allows 'friendly' countries to re-enter the bond market

Business Insider 15 Aug 2022
Getty Images The ruble fell as the Kremlin allowed "friendly' countries to re-enter its bond market ... Meanwhile, at least six big Wall Street banks have started dealing in Russian bonds again, Reuters reported, after the US authorities gave a reprieve to investors stuck with the now-toxic debt.
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Ukraine war round-up: Strike on Russian Wagner HQ and Russia to increase ties with North Korea

BBC News 15 Aug 2022
Russia reopens bond market to some investors. Russia has reopened its bond market to some investors after a six-month suspension ... Russia said only investors from "countries that are not hostile" will be allowed to trade bonds.
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Russia’s Polyus plans bond issue denominated in yuan – Interfax

FX Empire 15 Aug 2022
Polyus will collect requests for the bond on Aug ... The Moscow Exchange started trading bonds denominated in Chinese yuan earlier in August as it strives to attract Asian investors ... How Crypto Investors Can Generate ...
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Cryptopolitan 15 Aug 2022
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US stock futures slip and oil prices drop after data shows China's economy is slowing sharply

Business Insider 15 Aug 2022
US bond yields and the dollar index rose as investors moved toward assets seen as safe havens ... US bond yields, which move inversely to prices, slipped, while the dollar index rose as investors bought safe-haven assets. Investors awaited more earnings this week, including from Walmart and Target.
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Russia's Polyus plans bond issue denominated in yuan - Interfax

Reuters 15 Aug 2022
... for the bond on Aug ... The Moscow Exchange (MOEX.MM) started trading bonds denominated in Chinese yuan earlier in August as it strives to attract Asian investors.
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Foreign investors could warm up to Indian stock markets again amid US stagflation risk | Mint

Live Mint 15 Aug 2022
For the first time in four decades, investors in the US and other rich economies are looking for a portfolio strategy that can win against elevated inflation and recession both at the same time ... That may unlock opportunities in everything from Indian equities to Brazil’s currency and Chinese bonds.

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