Domestic Bonds

India’s exposure to US stocks exceeds $ 20 billion in 3 months

India’s holdings of U.S. government securities jumped from more than $ 20 billion in just three months at the end of June to $ 220.2 billion amid rising foreign exchange reserves. Compared with June of last year, when most economic activity was ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic, India’s exposure to …

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United Nations Capital Development Fund report criticizes CSX

The United Nations calls on Cambodian regulators to do more to increase liquidity in the Kingdom’s stock and bond markets. A report by the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) and the Common Fund for Sustainable Development Goals (Common Fund for the SDGs) said the government should even consider a …

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BTr postpones auction of retail dollar bonds

Elijah Felice Rosales (The Philippine Star) – August 10, 2021 – 12:00 am MANILA, Philippines – The Treasury Office has postponed issuance of Retail Dollar Bonds (RDBs) as part of the return to tighter foreclosure. National Treasurer Rosalia de Leon said yesterday that the Treasury will no longer pursue its …

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China issues sweeping new rules for credit rating companies

What’s up: China has issued sweeping new regulations for credit rating companies, a key step towards better oversight of scandal-ridden industry. The rules, jointly issued by five organs of central government, including the central bank and the chief economic planner, set out requirements for rating business transactions, corporate governance and …

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EMERGING MARKETS – Latin currencies hit by rising dollar after US jobs data

* Real Brazil overall for weekly losses as political tensions weigh in * Mexican peso limited rise seen – analyst * Chilean peso drops on Escondida strike plan * JBS and Lojas Americanas rally By Susan Mathew Aug 6 (Reuters) – Latin American currencies hit session lows on Friday, as …

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Policy determines how developing countries borrow

Understanding how a country resolves a debt crisis is necessary to resolve the debt crisis, and for many developing countries those choices are rooted in, according to a new study co-authored by researchers at Princeton University. political ideology Credits: Egan Jimenez, Princeton University To mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19, …

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Politics determine how developing countries borrow – Eurasia Review

Interest payments on bilateral public debt have been frozen in some of the world’s poorest countries this year and in 2020 to mitigate the economic impacts of COVID-19. Yet among the 76 countries eligible for the freeze – known as the Debt Service Suspension Initiative – the debt structure varies …

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As headwinds deepen, China has seen fiscal support accelerate to protect growth

People walk in the Lujiazui financial district at sunset in Pudong, Shanghai, China on July 13, 2021. Photo taken on July 13, 2021. REUTERS / Aly Song / File Photo BEIJING, Aug.3 (Reuters) – China set to step up spending on infrastructure projects as central bank backs modest easing measures …

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China’s foreign currency bank deposits up $ 129.7 billion in first half

BEIJING, July 23 (Xinhua) – China’s foreign currency bank deposits increased by US $ 129.7 billion in the first half of this year, a senior official said on Friday. By the end of June, the balance of bank deposits in foreign currency had exceeded 1,000 billion US dollars, Wang Chunying, …

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Malta’s Financial Stability Report

The Central Bank of Malta last week released the 13th edition of the Financial Stability Report (FSR), which examines and assesses financial conditions and developments in the Maltese financial system. The report primarily assesses the resilience of the local financial system and identifies sources of potential systemic risk. The Financial …

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