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Private markets outlook: from headwinds to tailwinds

Institutional investors’ demand for private assets remains resilient
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Emerging markets embrace sustainable bond agenda

Emerging markets embrace sustainable bond agenda

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The pandemic has intensified innovation in capital markets
France backs looser EU debt rules

France backs looser EU debt rules

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Planned bond issuance to boost euro's international role
Ultralong bond debate highlights US Treasury tensions

Ultralong bond debate highlights US Treasury tensions

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Debt management must evolve beyond the narrow view of lowest cost
Koopman lays out Next Generation EU issuance agenda

Koopman lays out Next Generation EU issuance agenda

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Debt management and sustainability key for Europe’s biggest borrower
Monetary rethink required on Bank of England debt holdings

Monetary rethink required on Bank of England debt holdings

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Size of balance sheet demands fresh thinking on macroeconomic policy
Europe faces its biggest question

Europe faces its biggest question

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Governments must decide how to pay for pandemic spending
Outlook 2021: Sovereign debt can boost euro’s reserve currency status

Outlook 2021: Sovereign debt can boost euro’s reserve currency status

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Rising volumes, including new EU issuance programmes, rivalling US Treasury market
Sovereigns to test the long end of the curve

Sovereigns to test the long end of the curve

Central banks want more buying room in 2021
Positive tone on EU borrowing plans

Positive tone on EU borrowing plans

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International investors call for more safe asset options
Rethinking debt ratios

Rethinking debt ratios

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The new shape of the global economy
When it’s better to be a debtor

When it’s better to be a debtor

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Winners and losers in the world economy
UK DMO chief on crisis borrowing

UK DMO chief on crisis borrowing

In conversation with Robert Stheeman
Delors bonds as new EU borrowing instruments

Delors bonds as new EU borrowing instruments

Commission debt builds on 1990s vision, boosting ‘safe assets’ and euro role
Don’t lose sleep over government debt

Don’t lose sleep over government debt

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Deficits are policy instruments

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