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Banco de Mexico expected to keep rates at 4.25% on Thursday – Turkish Central Bank lowers lira reserve requirements by 50bp – MB Holding issues US$76mn sukuk – Central Bank of the Philippines expected to keep rates at 3.0% at Thursday meeting

Aug 10, 2016 // 1:13PM

  • Oman's MB Holding issued a US$76mn sukuk following the implementation of new regulations. It is the country's second ever corporate sukuk and the first dual-tranche Sharia compliant bond to be issued from Oman, International Financial Law Review reports
  • The Central Bank of Chile meets Thursday. It is expected that rates will be kept at 3.5%
  • Banco de Mexico will meet on Thursday. Rates are expected to be kept at 4.25%
  • BSP, the Central Bank of the Philippines, is to meet on Thursday. Rates are expected to remain at 3.0%
  • Peru's Central Bank meets Thursday. It is expected that rates will be kept at 4.25%
  • The Turkish Central Bank has lowered its lira reserve requirements by 50bp for all maturity brackets. This should add TRY1.1bn and US$600mn to liquidity levels
  • Brazilian IPCA inflation rose 8.74% year-on-year in July, down from 8.84% in June

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