LONDON A $6.7 billion consortium bid for a stake in an Australian toll-road project led deal-making by sovereign investors in the third quarter, although the overall deal value fell by 37 percent as there were no mega-funding rounds for start-ups.
LONDON Corporate and emerging market bond sales fell in the third quarter due to rising borrowing costs and trade tensions, while volatility crimped fund managers' emerging debt appetite.
LONDON Global investors increased holdings of U.S. equities to their highest since May 2015 in September while reducing their exposure to emerging-market assets, where a majority believe the shake-out still has some way to go. | Video
LONDON European fund managers increased their global equity holdings to an eight-month high in September, bringing Japanese stocks to their highest allocation in more than three years, but the UK remained out of favor as Brexit uncertainty rumbled on.
LONDON British investors increased their U.S. equity holdings to the highest in at least five years in September, citing positive growth and earnings trends, with a majority doubting that a Trump impeachment would trigger a stock-market crash.
LONDON, Sept 27 Emerging currencies weakened,
bond spreads rose and stocks trod water on Thursday in the wake
of another U.S. rate rise, with reports of a possible delay to
Italy's budget weighing on investor appetite for riskier assets.
LONDON, Sept 19 Emerging-market debt issuance is
on hold after a summer of volatility, with the market
effectively closed for borrowers like Turkey and Russia,
although Asian and Middle East issuers can still get their bonds
LONDON, Sept 19 Emerging stocks rose for a
second day on Wednesday as investors bet on further stimulus
from Beijing to cushion the impact of another round of trade
tariffs, while the beaten-down rand and Turkish lira firmed.
LONDON, Sept 18 Emerging equities rose on
Tuesday as investors bet that China would need to step up
infrastructure spending to offset the latest tariffs from the
United States, while Turkey's lira dipped back towards pre-rate
LONDON, Sept 17 Emerging equities fell over 1
percent on Monday in the wake of reports that the United States
was about to announce a new round of tariffs on some $200
billion worth of Chinese imports, while Turkey's lira once again
led currency losses.