Vnesheconombank, Russia’s state development bank, will pay back $2.45 billion next week as international lenders switch off fresh funding amid the threat of sanctions.
China’s stocks fell, sending the benchmark index to its biggest loss in five weeks, on concern new share sales will draw funds away from existing equities.
For buyers of Puerto Rico’s bonds who anticipate a restructuring that would cut debt or delay payments, Connecticut’s Foxwoods Resort Casino may provide a road map to resolution.
South Korean bonds are attracting five times more foreign inflows than Japan, where stimulus measures have pushed yields to record lows and devalued the yen.
The tycoon who built the world’s biggest sugar-cane operation by buying mills in Brazil is about to dominate rail freight transport in the country.
The second major acquisition in Africa by Temasek Holdings Pte or one of its units in six months shows the growing interest in a continent where many countries are expanding faster then developed markets.
Vale SA secured 6.2 billion reais ($2.8 billion) of funding from Brazil’s state development bank for expansions at Carajas, the world’s largest iron-ore complex.
Music Securities Inc., a Japanese crowdfunding company, will start a fund that will provide loans to Peruvian farmers alongside funding from the Inter-American Development Bank.
Jakarta is the likeliest emerging city to gain a global role as a young workforce attracts foreign companies, according to a ranking by A. T. Kearney Inc.
Ghana Home Loans Ltd., a mortgage provider owned by Dubai’s Abraaj Group, is considering dropping a plan to sell dollar bonds in favor of cedi debt after a clampdown on foreign-exchange transactions.
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