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Q2 EM growth strong – Nigeria DMO to issue – Caixa plans asset-backed securities – China’s PPI and CPI figures paint mixed picture – Brazil’s inflation down

Jul 11, 2016 // 4:55PM

  • IIF: Q2 EM growth strongest quarter since 2014
  • The Debt Management Office of Nigeria plans to issue Federal Government bonds worth NGN120bn this week
  • Russian concerns over water rights is reportedly blocking a US$1bn loan from China to Mongolia, according to Bloomberg
  • India is weighing offering a US$500mn loan to Tanzania to help the country develop a series of water projects, according to a report form Reuters
  • The Brazilian state-owned bank Caixa plans to issue BRL4bn in asset-backed securities to invest in Banco BMG
  • China's Huai'An Development Holding Co. sells US$300mn 3-year notes
  • China’s June PPI decreased 2.6% year-on-year compared to a 2.8% year-on-year decrease in the previous month. The June CPI was up 1.9% month-to-month, but slowed down from 2% growth during the same month last year
  • Brazil reported inflation of 8.84% in June, in line with expectations and substantially lower than in May

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