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What is your view on the never-before-experienced impact of so many global central banks pouring new money into the economy to keep rates low with the prayer of priming the growth pump? As a leading-edge boomer, I am forever leery about inflation.
Treasury bonds that protect against inflation, sending the yield on Treasury inflation-protected securities to its lowest level since June, the latest sign some investors see rising prices as a threat amid tepid economic data. Friday, the lowest
The prospect of years of so-called 'low-flation' has become so ingrained in western financial markets this year that even a hint of creeping prices could deliver quite a shock. One of the investment surprises of 2014 so far has been the rebound in
Spain is selling its first euro benchmark inflation-linked bond this week, the second eurozone country to do so this year. "This is something they have been considering for a long time and it comes on the back of the success of the Italian linker
The Sy-led conglomerate on Monday told the Philippine Stock Exchange it is borrowing from the market P10 billion, plus an option to issue P5 billion more accommodate additional demand. The bonds will be offered from April 30 to May 2.
49am To pay for maturing debt and finance expansion, Sy-led SM Investments Corp. P15 billion worth of seven- and 10-year bonds, a move the Securities and Exchange Commission en banc approved late Tuesday...BDO Capital and Investments Corp. was hired
Philippines North Luzon Expressway Manila North Tollways Corp. debuted on the local bond market on Wednesday with a retail bond offering of up to P7 billion, making history as the first unlisted local company to tap the local bond market. In a press
P15 billion from its registered peso retail peso bonds, which were oversubscribed although there were other corporate bonds in the market. We are overwhelmed and heartened by the strong support given by investors. P50,000 each and in integral
P50,000 each and in integral multiples of P10,000 thereafter.
Treasury bonds are expected tomorrow to fetch a rate higher than the three-year papers' yield at the secondary market as investors continue to react to the US Federal Reserve's move to gradually scale back its stimulus program and expectations of