Italy, EU close to revive GACS bad loans, sources say

The program ended in June, the market is awaiting renewal Under the new terms, Italians will only make up 80% of the senior team Labels for state support information have not changed ROME, Jan 26 (Reuters) – Italy is close to reaching an agreement with the European Union’s competition authorities to reintroduce a program in … Read more

Nord Anglia Education injects 2 bln euro farm loan into market tests

LONDON, Jan 26 (Reuters) – Nord Anglia Education, a private school organization in London is supported by the private equity firm EQT. (EQT.N)raised about 2 billion euros ($2.18 billion) in debt on Thursday, according to a time sheet seen by Reuters. The deal could help pave the way for potential lending by other media companies, … Read more

Pakistan seeks US help in unlocking $1.1 billion IMF loan – Dawn

Jan 26 (Reuters) – Pakistan is seeking support from Washington to open a temporary International Monetary Fund program that will release $1.1 billion to its struggling economy as the country rebuilds after devastating floods. last year, the Dawn newspaper said on Thursday. The IMF and Pakistan signed a $6 billion loan in 2019, which added … Read more

China’s development loans to developing economies fall to 13-year low in 2021 – study

LONDON/JOHANNESBURG, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Loans made by China’s two main commercial banks fell to a 13-year low of $3.7 billion in 2021 as Beijing cut funding. for large oil projects, a study from Boston University Global Development. Policy Center revealed. Commitments made to 100 developing countries by the Export-Import Bank of China (China EximBank) … Read more

Fed needs mortgage-backed securities out plan ‘sooner than later,’ says George

WASHINGTON, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Kansas City Federal Reserve President Esther George urged her colleagues to come “sooner rather than later” on a plan for the U.S. central bank to go apart from the mortgage-backed securities (MBS) market and more. explain clearly how bond sales will affect future monetary policy. “You can’t wake up one … Read more

Analysis: US debt lures investors but economic risks could define 2023

NEW YORK, Jan 12 (Reuters) – Investors are increasing their exposure to U.S. stocks as they take advantage of increased supply, but some say conflicting views about the economy are creating long-term trading opportunities. and short. The belief that the Federal Reserve may be nearing the end of its aggressive interest rate hikes has inspired … Read more

China says talks to include Paxlovid in its drug list have failed

BEIJING, Jan 8 (Reuters) – China will exclude Pfizer Inc’s (PFE.N) Paxlovid in an update to its list of drugs included in medical insurance programs as the American company cited a higher price for the drug COVID-19, China’s Healthcare Security Administration (NHSA) said on Sunday . The COVID-19 antiviral drug is now covered by the … Read more