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EIB grasps the green nettle

July 2, 2007

The European Investment Bank aims to aid integration and development of EU member states, and has launched ‘climate awareness’ bonds as part of its strategy. Edward Russell-Walling talks to director-general Bertrand de Mazières.

Selling junk to hit gold

May 7, 2007

When a merger fell through last autumn, mining company Freeport-McMoRan was undeterred. It has just bought a rival and issued the world’s biggest junk bond to pay for it. Edward Russell-Walling explains.

Turkey’s Calik full of energy

April 2, 2007

Turkey-based Calik Holding, keen to finance its overseas purchases in areas ranging from construction and telecoms to banking and energy, has burst on to the international stage with a $200m debt issue. Edward Russell-Walling reports.

African attractions grow

March 5, 2007

The viability of capital markets in African countries is looking more promising, underlined by a successful bond issue denominated in naira by the African Development Bank. Edward Russell-Walling reports.

The big issue

October 1, 1999

The success of Metsä-Serla's euro-denominated Eurobond issue reveals a healthy appetite for credit products and a willingness to look to the emerging euro market. 

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