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Despite their best efforts.
Borrowers forced to be more flexible on terms as power shifts to investors
Ad Hoc group says government’s new offer better but still nowhere near good enough
Risk premiums rise for securities backed by lower-rated corporate credits
Easing too soon will sink the lira.
Fund managers start to form a view on new president in wake of falls for peso and stocks
Investment and market returns both suffer.
Investors reject buyback offer as new president works to scrap $13bn building project
Trade-related news has slashed roughly 6 per cent off the S&P 500 this year, says Bank of America.
Mexico's president inherits a good economy, sceptical investors.
Proposal is first test of how the new government will treat international investors
A whole lot of mixed messages.
Investors given assurances amid concerns halting of project was politically motivated
The country must still grapple with lacklustre credit growth.
Humble retail investor, meet liquidity mismatches.
Since the trade war, a gutted industry.
And some investors are taking notice.
Mexico's risk premium is rising.
In the long run, not very.
HSBC opens the trunk of the global economy, and the engine is still running.
The GOP was briefly favoured to hold the House, and Treasury yields spiked.
The pace is slowing. Finally.
Maybe, if they stick to the script.
The economic backdrop matters, too.
China's currency is close to breaching an important level. Should we care?