SHANGHAI, April 18- China's recent liberalisation of stock short-selling rules is not intended to encourage the practice, the China Securities Regulatory Commission said on Saturday, after overseas markets dropped sharply in response to the move. Institutional investors including mutual fund companies and asset management businesses of securities...» Read More
FRANKFURT, Oct 21- The European Central Bank is considering buying corporate bonds on the secondary market and may decide on the matter as soon as December with a view to begin buying early next year, several sources familiar with the situation told Reuters. Asked about the possibility of making such purchases, an ECB spokesman said: " The Governing Council has...
ECB WORK ON BUYING CORPORATE BONDS ALREADY WELL UNDER WAY BUT NUMEROUS DETAILS UNDECIDED- SOURCES.
ECB CONSIDERING BUYING CORPORATE BONDS- SOURCES FAMILIAR WITH SITUATION SAY.
*Debut $400 million Eurobond in 2013 oversubscribed. LONDON, Oct 21- Rwanda still plans to launch another Eurobond to fund infrastructure projects in the fast-growing economy, though the size and timing of it is still being worked out, Finance Minister Claver Gatete said. Rwanda will also continue its quarterly issuance of local bonds in 2015 to deepen its...
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