Jan 23-27: EM reads

Our selection of emerging markets-focused commentary on markets, economics and international policy, updated throughout the week

  • 27 Jan 2012
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Emerging donors chip away at aid industry’s status quo - Reuters

Rogue aid? On the importance of political institutions and natural resources for China’s allocation of foreign aid - VoxEU

Where Are The Emerging Market Risk Bombs? - Zero Hedge

China: The paradox of prosperity - Economist

‘Fool in the Shower’ to Give Fed a Good Scalding: Caroline Baum - Bloomberg

- Austerity and the markets: the perils of prudence - Economist

Davos Dispatch: Nobelist Spence on ‘Next Convergence’ - Yahoo! Finance

Cooling China worries some multinationals - Reuters

- Analysis: More, not less, oil this year despite Iran ban - Reuters

- Things are terrible. Whoopee! - Economist

- In Thailand, A Rare Peek At His Majesty's Balance Sheet - Forbes

- Nigeria: Power outage - FT

Davos 2012: The Rise of Regions in a G-Zero World – The Atlantic

Billionaires Occupy Davos as 0.01% Bemoan Inequality – Bloomberg

Come on China, Buy our stuff! – NYT

- Why Singapore Has the Cleanest Government Money Can Buy: View – Bloomberg- India’s year of living stagnantly – Project Syndicate

Capital inflows, exchange-rate flexibility, and credit booms - Vox EU

The End of Cheap China. Part II. - China Law Blog

- Hungary, Misunderstood? - NYT

China Financing Slowdown Reduces Systemic Risk, Moody’s Says – Bloomberg

Argentina’s drought: counting the costs - FT

- Going abroad: the world in their hands – Economist

China's Foreign Aid: The Economist still doesn't get it – China-Africa Real Story

- In Defense of China's GDP data – WSJ

Are China and India converging? – Vox EU

Fatima Bhutto Blasts Imran Khan – WSJ

Osborne’s RMB deal is a major boost for the UK – Grant Thornton

- Guest post: social housing won’t fix China’s economy – FT

And finally...

- Warren Buffett plays the ukulele on Chinese state TV's New Year's Eve gala show – Shanghaiist 
  • 27 Jan 2012

All International Bonds

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 15 Aug 2016
1 JPMorgan 243,624.78 967 8.68%
2 Citi 218,715.75 783 7.79%
3 Barclays 205,766.70 643 7.33%
4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 202,029.46 695 7.19%
5 HSBC 173,256.62 692 6.17%

Bookrunners of All Syndicated Loans EMEA

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 23 Aug 2016
1 BNP Paribas 23,543.21 101 6.75%
2 UniCredit 23,360.96 107 6.69%
3 JPMorgan 23,076.45 41 6.61%
4 HSBC 19,192.10 94 5.50%
5 ING 16,697.84 101 4.78%

Bookrunners of all EMEA ECM Issuance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 23 Aug 2016
1 JPMorgan 9,747.52 55 9.59%
2 Goldman Sachs 8,816.07 50 8.67%
3 Citi 6,911.91 36 6.80%
4 Morgan Stanley 6,504.18 35 6.40%
5 UBS 6,126.84 31 6.03%