Tag Archive: OVERSEAS EDUCATION LIMITED 5.2% 04/2019

Bonds In Conversation : Short Term Pain, Long Term Gain

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I met two chaps this week in my infrequent forays out from home and outside the school run routine, who both have substantial cash on the side. They are cashed up which sounds… Continue reading

Bonds In Conversation : Fund Manager Says Roller Coasters Start Slow

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A bond portfolio manager told me that his analyst team who studies asset allocations and data series has detected red lights and sell risk indicators. Doesn’t this happen all the time ? Not… Continue reading

Bonds In Conversation : A May To Remember

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40 days to the World Cup and they say we cannot sell in May because it is the probably the last leg for something to happen. Pfizer makes headlines with the largest acquisition… Continue reading

Bonds In Conversation – Excuse Me, Can I Borrow 20 Billion dollars, PLEASE ?

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Behold, the world just saw the largest Junk Bond offering in history. April 24 (Bloomberg) — Billionaire Patrick Drahi is winning friends in the junk-bond market. After selling the equivalent of about $23… Continue reading

Bonds In Conversation : Give Way, And Go To Heaven

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Plenty of time, I had, to practise iPhone photography, ponder on the nation’s traffic woes and think about markets this morning. Yes, it was the usual Causeway jam (into Singapore). The jam on… Continue reading

Bonds In Conversation : Always A Borrower And Lender Be, Let Shakespeare Burn In Hell

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And so Greece returns to the bond markets as we have had a busy week of IPOs and issuances. Lebanon 5Y, Pakistan 5Y and 10Y, Sri Lanka 5Y and I suspect you could… Continue reading