The political debate surrounding financial support from the European Stability Mechanism is gaining in intensity but remains complex.
The Covid-19 driven recession will likely weigh on credit metrics well into 2023 from a combination of lost output and debt overhang, threatening corporate solvency, and shape of recovery will differ from previous crises.
BBVA said that the issue was oversubscribed by almost a factor of three and the high-quality order book drew 225 orders.
Latvian market players are currently discussing opportunities to improve the local capital market.
Chinese markets rallied again on solid economic indicators and renewed heavy retail investor interest.
Green bond issuance in the emerging market increased by 21% to $52bn in 2019, with China being the largest issuer, according to the latest report by Amundi-IFC.
Paris-listed small and mid caps are taking advantage of their relatively strong share prices during the Covid-19 crisis to shore up their balance sheets.
The German index provider Qontigo has launched two series of climate indices aligning with the European Union's goals on climate transition.
For the federation of European securities exchanges, current trading hours in Europe best serve investors' interest.
The Bank for International Settlements denounces the markets’ “exuberance”.