July 8, 2022 |
Brazil's fixed income market is expected to remain "very active" in the second half of the year despite market turmoil at home and abroad, said Cristiano Cury, deputy coordinator of the fixed income commission at the local capital markets trade association Anbima.
"Companies will access the fixed income market to fund their activities and their acquisitions due to volatility in the equity market. I think it will be a very active market in the second half of the year," Cury said at a press confer
Fixed income issues rise 25% as overall market activity falls 12% in the first half of the year, according to Anbima