Antonis Samaras’s mission to end Greece’s exile from bond markets faces a reality check this week as data show how deeply the economy remains mired in deflation with the worst jobless rate in the euro area.
A benchmark gauge of corporate credit risk in the U.S. declined as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the economy will need further support and speculation grew that tensions in Ukraine are easing. Bombardier Inc. plans to sell $1.8 billion of debt in two parts today.
The Swedish billionaire who took control of the world’s fourth-largest oil trader last week buying out his Russian co-founder may soon look for a new partner. He says the ownership is too concentrated.
The following borrowers plan to offer sukuk, which pay returns on assets to comply with Islam’s ban on interest. Global sales reached $9.6 billion this year compared with $8.6 billion in the same period of 2013, data compiled by Bloomberg show.