Trio of supranationals profit from climbing real, rand, lira

  • 01 Aug 2008

As the Brazilian real, the South African rand and the Turkish lira continue to rally, supranational institutions are taking advantage of investor demand to issue Eurobonds in the currencies.

The International Finance Corp tried reais, the Asian Development Bank rand and the European Investment Bank lira.

On Monday the ...

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