Obbligazioni societarie HIGH YIELD e oltre, verso frontiere inesplorate (81 lettori)

cpandrea

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ekosem 24 a francoforte non ha ancora scambiato 1 k
comunque dalla prima mattina i prezzi della 22 e 24 si sono un po ripresi
e la 24 a francoforte adesso è 22-2, oggi spread ampi e pochi scambi su tutte 2
 

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a ne non risulta scaduta e il boom del petrolio é tutto fuorché positivo per le raffinerie, la heide poi figurarsi messa come é messa seppur politicamente amata
 

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In mattinata passati 25k a 30 sulla 2022 in Germania.

ekosem 24 a francoforte non ha ancora scambiato 1 k
comunque dalla prima mattina i prezzi della 22 e 24 si sono un po ripresi
e la 24 a francoforte adesso è 22-2, oggi spread ampi e pochi scambi su tutte 2
 

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Tunisia says IMF visit was positive
Oggi 12:59 - RSF
TUNIS, March 29 (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund delegation visiting Tunisia found a government that is serious about implementing viable reforms despite social constraints, Finance Minister Sihem Boughdiri said on Tuesday.

He said official negotiations with the IMF will start soon after a series of preliminary talks on a $4 billion loan programme sought by Tunis in exchange for unpopular reforms including freezing wages for five years and lifting subsidies.

The powerful UGTT trade union has rejected the reform package as impossible, threatening measures the government says are vital to avoid collapse as the North African country suffers the worst financial crisis in its history.



(Reporting By Tarek Amara; Editing by Catherine Evans)
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Tunisia says IMF visit was positive
Oggi 12:59 - RSF
TUNIS, March 29 (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund delegation visiting Tunisia found a government that is serious about implementing viable reforms despite social constraints, Finance Minister Sihem Boughdiri said on Tuesday.

He said official negotiations with the IMF will start soon after a series of preliminary talks on a $4 billion loan programme sought by Tunis in exchange for unpopular reforms including freezing wages for five years and lifting subsidies.

The powerful UGTT trade union has rejected the reform package as impossible, threatening measures the government says are vital to avoid collapse as the North African country suffers the worst financial crisis in its history.



(Reporting By Tarek Amara; Editing by Catherine Evans)
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che gli diano sti 4 mld e la piantassero lì
 

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