Africa countries aren't borrowing too much: they're paying too much for debt
There is renewed concern about the sustainability of rising debt levels in many African countries. Much of this debt is being incurred through foreign currency denominated Eurobonds issued on international financial...
German bunds rally after Q4 GDP disappoints investors; ECB’s Lagarde in focus
The German bunds rallied during afternoon session of second first trading day of the week Tuesday after the countrys gross domestic product (GDP) for the fourth quarter of 2019, released today, disappointed market...
PBoC avows more rate cuts to offset coronavirus impact, says ANZ Research
The deputy governor of the Peoples Bank of China (PBoC), Chen Yulu, elaborated on recent monetary policy measures at a press conference held by the State Council on Monday, February 24. He outlined three measures to shore...
Surge in coronavirus cases fuels growth risks in South Korea, says Oxford Economics
The coronavirus outbreak is expected to dampen South Koreas exports and industrial production due to weaker Chinese demand. This is mainly due to the lockdowns in several Chinese cities and delays in economic activity...
U.S. Treasuries gain amid muted trading session ahead of FOMC speeches, 2-year auction
The U.S. Treasuries gained during Mondays afternoon session amid a muted trading session that witnessed data of little economic significance.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield plunged 7-1/2 basis points...
UK gilts surge ahead of 10-year auction, BoE MPC members’ speeches
The United Kingdoms surged during European trading hours Tuesday ahead of the countrys 10-year auction, scheduled to be held on February 25 by 10:45GMT and a host of speeches by members of the Bank of Englands (BoE)...
INR likely to remain resilient; eyes on Modi-Trump meeting, says Scotiabank
The Indian rupee is expected to remain resilient and the Federal Reserve to maintain its dovish tone, according to the latest research report from Scotiabank.
The INR has been outperforming most regional peers since...