Abhinav Ramnarayan

Tech Firms Are Buying Back Their Busted Convertible Bonds


Back when interest rates were low, it was popular for fast-growing companies to sell zero-coupon convertibles.

Pimco, DoubleLine Among Bond Managers Seeing Turn Ahead In Debt Markets

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Investment-grade bonds have seen three straight weeks of inflows.

A $6 Trillion Wave Of Money Revives An Arcane Corner Of Wall Street

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High-profile financial advisors say they're experiencing a surge in enquiries for so-called liability management.

Russia's Bond Payment Is In Limbo As Countdown To Default Begins

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It would be the first time the nation defaulted on foreign-currency bonds since the Russian Revolution 100 years ago.

Russia Fuels Default Fears With Warning On Dollar Bond Payments

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The debate about whether Russia will actually default on its debt is ramping up.

‘Sell What You Can' Mood Grips Credit As Goldman Says Hold Cash


The net overweight position in investment-grade credit has dropped to 16%, the lowest since February 2019.

Euro Zone Bond Yields Rise On Signs Of Economic Recovery


Bond yields are rising as euro bloc countries show less need for monetary stimulus.