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  • week- Lipper@ NEW YORK, Dec 1- Investors pulled $4.1 billion from U.S.-based taxable-bond mutual funds, the most since June, as a bond selloff forced interest rates higher and rattled investors, Lipper data for the latest week showed on Thursday. Investment-grade corporate bonds posted $1.3 billion in outflows during the seven days through Nov. 30.

  • NEW YORK, Dec 1- Wells Fargo on Thursday launched a US $7 bn five-part bond to be issued via two different entities of the bank and expected to price later in the day. Four senior tranches came to market via Wells Fargo Bank NA, while a fifth subordinated offering came from Wells Fargo& Co. Wells Fargo Bank brought a US $800 m 2- year fixed-rate note at T +70 bp; a US $700 m 2-...

  • *Oil roars ahead on OPEC deal to cut output to 32.5 mln bpd. NEW YORK, Nov 30- Oil jumped on Wednesday as OPEC members clinched a deal to cut production, while upbeat U.S. economic data and comments from the U.S. "Everything seem to be coming together for more growth and risk appetite," said Larry Milstein, head of agency and government trading at R.W. Pressprich& Co. in New...

  • LONDON, Nov 29- Britain launched a new 40- year index-linked government bond offering the lowest ever inflation-adjusted return for a gilt sold via a syndicate of banks, the UK Debt Management Office said on Tuesday. Reflecting strong demand among investors for inflation protection after June's decision by voters to leave the European Union, Britain sold...

  • LONDON, Nov 29- Britain launched a new 40- year index-linked government bond offering the lowest ever inflation-adjusted return for a gilt sold via a syndicate of banks, the UK Debt Management Office said on Tuesday. Reflecting strong demand among investors for inflation protection after June's decision by voters to leave the European Union, Britain sold...

  • The three-decade-old bond bull market might be coming to an end. Here's how investors can adjust to protect their portfolios.

  • TUNIS, Nov 28- Tunisia plans to issue a Eurobond worth 1 billion euros in January as it seeks funding to cover its deficit, a government source said on Monday. The issue was initially scheduled for April, but that was delayed after Tunisia secured a $500 million sovereign bond fully guaranteed by the United States, said the official. "Tunisia will issue in January...

  • CARACAS, Nov 22- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday ordered state oil company PDVSA to look into legal action against JPMorgan Chase& Co after the U.S. investment bank reported delays in $404 million in bond interest payments. He said local and foreign opponents were conspiring to give a false impression that Venezuela is on the verge of a debt...

  • CARACAS, Nov 21- Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA said on Monday it had made bond coupon payments due this month on its 2021, 2024 and 2035 bonds despite a JPMorgan report of delays. "The information about a PDVSA default spread by the enemies of the fatherland is totally false," PDVSA president and Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino said on Twitter.

  • CARACAS, Nov 21- Venezuelan state oil company has delayed $404 million in bond coupon payments due this month on its 2021, 2024 and 2035 bonds, a JPMorgan report and some bondholders said on Monday. The report noted that PDVSA did make a $135 million coupon payment on its 2026 bond, citing information provided by paying agent Citi and settlement group Clearstream.

  • CARACAS, Nov 21- Venezuelan state oil company has delayed $404 million in bond coupon payments due this month on its 2021, 2024 and 2035 bonds, according to a JPMorgan analysts' report on Monday. The report noted that PDVSA did make a $135 million coupon payment on its 2026 bond, citing information provided by paying agent Citi and settlement group Clearstream.

  • CARACAS, Nov 21- Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA has activated a 30- day grace period for $404 million in interest payments on its 2021, 2024 and 2035 bonds, JPMorgan analysts said in a report on Monday. Low oil prices have stressed Venezuela's socialist economy, prompting Wall Street concerns that it could default on its obligations. President Nicolas...

  • *Rescue scheme threatened by political risk ahead of Dec. 4 vote. MILAN/ LONDON, Nov 15- Investors in Monte dei Paschi di Siena have given their tentative support to a bond conversion scheme, a major plank of a 5 billion euro fundraising meant to ensure the survival of Italy's third biggest bank. It aims to net more than 1 billion euros from the conversion scheme,...

  • SANTIAGO, Nov 10- Banco Santander-Chile issued $185 million in five-year bonds on the Taiwanese debt market, the company said on Thursday, continuing its recent trend of looking to international markets to raise debt. In recent years, Banco Santander-Chile, Chile's largest bank, has also turned to Australia, Switzerland, and mainland China to raise debt, as well...

  • CAIRO, Nov 10- Egypt said on Thursday it had issued $4 billion in international bonds in a private placement aimed at plugging the budget deficit and boosting foreign reserves but may postpone a planned Eurobond issue. Egypt has been negotiating billions of dollars in aid from various lenders to help revive its economy, battered by political and economic...

  • The impact of US elections on corporate bonds

    Isabelle Toledano-Koutsouris, EMEA co-head of corporate debt capital markets at UBS, explains whether a spike in corporate bond volumes could be seen following the U.S. election.

  • election-Lipper@ NEW YORK, Nov 3- Investors fled U.S.-based stock and bond funds in the latest week, finding refuge in cash ahead of the U.S. presidential election, Lipper data showed on Thursday. Nearly $7.7 billion fled taxable bond funds in the seven days through Nov. 2, the largest weekly withdrawals this year by a wide margin. Some polls showed a tightening race...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 3- Investors fled U.S.-based stock and bond funds in the latest week, finding refuge in cash ahead of the U.S. presidential election, Lipper data showed on Thursday. Nearly $7.7 billion fled taxable bond funds in the seven days through Nov. 2, the largest weekly withdrawals this year by a wide margin. Some polls showed a tightening race between Democrat...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 3- U.S. corporate pensions benefited from the rise in bond yields in October, but their ability to generate income to meet future payouts to retired workers remained below year-ago levels, Wilshire Consulting said on Thursday. The fall in asset values was more than offset by the fall in liability values resulting from the significant rise in bond...

  • Socially responsible investing isn't just for stocks anymore, according to a Barclays study of corporate bonds.