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  • 29 November
    HT HT
    when municipal and regional bonds like Catalan government bonds will be available on the platform?
    29 November
    Althea Spinozzi Althea Spinozzi
    Hi HT, Catalonia's regional bonds are available to trade offline. You can open a chat with us and enquire about prices of those bonds you are interested...
  • Article / 03 October 2017 at 8:00 GMT

    Macro Outlook: What the ECB's ultra-loose policy has done to markets

    Head of Macro Analysis / Saxo Bank
    France
    The ECB’s ultra-loose monetary policy has had little effect on growth in Europe, largely because commercial banks have not played their role as lenders. The global economy has entered a new cycle that will require low interest rates for a long time to come. The QE exit could put some countries, especially Italy, under stress.
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    03 October
    m7010306 m7010306
    The yield on 10-year US Treasuries (2.33%) is now higher than the yield on European Junk Bonds (2.32%). Should be named Mission Accomplished.
  • Article / 16 February 2017 at 13:00 GMT

    GM puts Opel on sale – try again, fail better?

    GM puts Opel on sale – try again, fail better?
    Immediately following the outbreak of the financial crisis, GM tried to sell Opel – and failed. Now it's making another go of it. Looking back at how that process played out before tells us something about how this latest attempt may fare and provides investors with hints as to what to look out for.
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    16 February
    fxtime fxtime
    And all occurring before he German elections.....38,000 hard working German Opel employees will be concerned....especially as the German Government were oblivious to this recent attempt and only...
  • Editor’s Picks / 24 March 2016 at 3:11 GMT

    Time for West to change tack on fighting terrorism

    Nikkei Asian Review
    The bombings in Brussels serve as a reminder that while many in the West would prefer to focus on domestic affairs, their enemies will not grant them that luxury and are determined to bring the fight to them. The terrorist threat in Europe and the crisis in the Middle East suggest that the trans-Atlantic allies have got the balance wrong. America's hands-off approach to the war in Syria has helped enable Islamic State terrorism to strike the heart of Europe. It has also unwittingly added momentum to a human wave of refugees. It is time for a new, forward approach that leverages the considerable strengths of the West while shrinking the space for terrorists to operate and for populists to whip up public hysteria.
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