January DCM Expectations High

Jan 2, 2013

Investors and DCM bankers are preparing for a typical January full of new issuance, as well as for a high-volume 2013, and don't expect negative headlines from the US or elsewhere to get in the way. “There has been a lot of inflow from institutional investors in 2012. We don’t think that is going to change this year,” Blaise Antin, head of EM sovereign research at TCW, which manages nearly $9.5bn in EM debt, tells LatinFinance. His shop is constructive on EM debt,...

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