Tag Archives: Bonds

Moody’s Finally Opts to do the Decent Thing on Turkish Bonds

"Moody's finally, finally opted to do the decent thing," said Tim Ash head of emerging-market research at Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc in London, in response to the ratings agency changing the outlook on Turkey’s Ba2 local and foreign-currency government bond ratings to “positive” from “stable,”. This isn't the...

Posted on 06 October 2010

International Investors Show Confidence in IMF-Free Turkey with their Wallets

Thursday saw Turkey successfully sell $1 billion of 11-year dollar bonds at the lowest yield on record, the Treasury has said. The yield of the bonds is 2.03 percentage points above US treasures, the lowest ever cost the republic has ever borrowed at through the sale of securities. The yield...

Posted on 13 March 2010