Iran’s 20% Yields Tempt Charlemagne as Tehran Returns From Cold

Iran’s 20% Yields Tempt Charlemagne as Tehran Returns From Cold
Turquoise estimates the equivalent of $ 3 billion of debt securities are listed on Iran’s bourses, while official estimates put the figure at approximately $ 4.5 billion when sovereign bonds are included. New notes are issued at a maximum rate of 1 …
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ECB Should Change Rules That Limit Asset Purchases, Bruegel Says
Restrictions mean national central banks can only buy 33 percent of each issue of a sovereign’s debt, purchase amounts are determined by an ECB weighting known as the capital key, and assets are only eligible if their yield is higher than the deposit …
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