Argentina has said it will pay back its entire $9.8 billion debt to the International Monetary Fund, ending 22-year-old links with the lender.
Earlier this week Brazil announced that it plans to pay off its entire $15.5 billion in debt to the IMF by the end of the month. In doing so, the country will meet its outstanding IMF obligations two years ahead of schedule.
In the speech 'Sharing experiences in developing corporate bond markets' given on 17 November Malcolm Knight of the BIS argues that a robust financial system requires a diversity of financing channels, in which banks and fixed income markets compete in…
Mexico's debt rating was raised one level by Fitch Ratings as the country reduces foreign debt and inflation decelerates, Fitch said in a statement.
How, in a world where the amount of debt is rising rapidly, can credit spreads remain so low or even fall? And is this a sign of strength and stability, or a cause for concern?
China's State Council has given approval for the International Finance Corp and the Asian Development Bank to issue yuan-denominated debt on the mainland, the Ministry of Finance said in a statement on its website.
This article published on Monday 19 September asks whether China, Asia's No.2 economy, can reach its potential without a bond market. The good news is that efforts to create one are gaining momentum, it says.
The UK completed the syndication of its first fifty-year inflation linked bond on Friday 23 September, achieving a price and coverage which demonstrated the strong demand for long-dated bonds, and investors' enthusiasm for inflation protection at this…
While most economists agree that seigniorage is one way governments finance deficits, there is less agreement about the political, institutional, and economic reasons for relying on it, according to the IMF Working Paper published Tuesday.
A re-equipped central bank is able to tackle mounting inflationary pressures in Argentina as the economy prospers, explains Martin redrado
Foreign central banks were big buyers of US debt in the latest week, swallowing up similar amounts of both Treasury and agency debt in what was the heaviest week of buying in 2-1/2 months, Federal Reserve data showed on Thursday 11 August.