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Prospect of Early Romanian Election Sparks ‘Benevolent’ Market Reaction – ING

A successful no-confidence motion against Romania’s government has raised the prospect of early elections and may usher in a period of political instability, but the market has reacted relatively well according to ING emerging market strategist Trieu Pham.

7 Feb 2020

Countries Must Protect ‘Natural Capital’ to Lower Sovereign Credit Risk – Grantham Research Institute

The London School of Economics’ Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and Environment and think tank Planet Tracker have published a report exploring the link between a country’s sovereign bonds and its natural resources, outlining a new research framework intended to allow market participants to integrate these considerations into the credit analysis process.

7 Feb 2020

MENA PMIs Slumped in January as Short-Term Volatility Weighs on Sentiment

PMI indicators – a rough barometer of business sentiment – from some of MENA’s largest countries slumped in January as global volatility weighed on the region’s economies.

7 Feb 2020

Termocandelaria CEO, CFO on Colombia’s Rising Energy Capacity, Funding Plans, and Importance of ESG for Renewables Companies

In January 2019 Termocandelaria, the largest non-hydro power generation company in Colombia tapped the international capital markets for the first time with a USD410mn offering of 7.875% senior notes due 2029, marking the first corporate high-yield bond out of Latin America that year. A year on to the day, Termocandelaria re-tapped its existing bond for a further USD186mn at an impressive 110% of…

6 Feb 2020

Ghana Raises USD3bn Across Three Tranches – Including SSA’s Longest-Dated Eurobond

Ghana raised USD3bn across 7, 15, and 41-year notes this week, the region’s longest-dated bond issuance to date and a major milestone for the country.

6 Feb 2020

NKBM’s Subordinated Bond Issue ‘Credit Positive’ – Moody’s

Nova Kreditna banka Maridor, Slovenia’s second-largest bank is planning to issue a EUR90.4mn subordinated bond – the bank’s first foray into the international capital markets since its 2013 default and subsequent privatisation.

6 Feb 2020

Risk-Off Sentiment ‘Relatively Limited’ in Response to Coronavirus – Blackrock

As a growing number of cases of coronavirus are confirmed outside of China markets have become shaky.

6 Feb 2020

Eastern European and Turkish Bond Market Activity Picks Up, Driven by Bank Issues

An FI bond’s record price tightening, a new issuer from the CIS, a USD-denominated perp from a major Russian lender and three Turkish issues have blown the CEEMEA bond markets wide open.

5 Feb 2020

Province of Buenos Aires Blinks on Debt Repayment, Catching Some Investors Off-Guard

The Province of Buenos Aires said this week that it would make a payment on its January 2021 bonds after failing to reach an agreement with enough creditors on extending a delay, which came as a positive surprise to observers and creditors owed some USD3bn in payments due this year.

5 Feb 2020

Twin Deficits Leaves ZAR vulnerable – Standard Bank

Over the past week the rand has weakened as the global coronavirus outbreak causes markets to jitter. The rand is particularly vulnerable due to the country’s twin deficits – both current and fiscal – being run by the government, which “both compare poorly in the global context” according to a recent report by Standard Bank.

5 Feb 2020