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Bloomberg: Sep 01 - 2017


Kenyan Yields Jump as Shilling Weakens After New Vote Ordered 

“In the short term, we are likely to see the markets weakening as political tension resumes over the next two months,” Faith Mwangi, a Nairobi-based analyst at Exotix Partners LLP, said. 

Associated Press: Aug 23 - 2017


Angola votes for 1st new president in nearly 4 decades 

There are opportunities for fiscal reform, said a senior analyst at Exotix. "Investors will be hoping to see further measures to improve transparency and a boost for the private sector," analyst Stuart Culverhouse said. 

The National: Aug 16 - 2017


Swala goes for bond to raise fund 

“We look forward to providing the market with further updates as our investment project advances.” The statement issued by the oil and gas company said the issue is being arranged by the specialist frontier markets investment bank, Exotix Capital. 

The Wall Street Journal: Aug 13 - 2017


Sri Lanka’s foreign minister, Ravi Karunanayake, resigns 

Exotix Capital said Karunanayake’s resignation reduces risk of a splintering in the governing coalition. However, “lacking an absolute majority and with opposition leader Rajapaksa resurgent, the government’s ability to implement policy will likely still be restricted.” 

Reuters: Aug 11 - 2017


Amid nuclear standoff, frozen North Korea debt untradeable due to sanctions 

The securities had been regularly traded since around 2000, according to Stuart Culverhouse, head of research at Exotix Capital. Exotix, a specialist in emerging and frontier debt, has not seen the loans trade in the past three to four years, Culverhouse said. 

Washington Post - Bloomberg: Aug 10 - 2017


Investors Too Busy Cheering Kenyatta to Fret About Vote Spat 

A Kenyatta win would soothe investors who fear a shift to more leftist economic policies under Odinga, Exotix Capital said in a note. 

CNBC: Aug 09 - 2017


Global safe-haven trades jump on escalating North Korea tensions 

"Now, with the tension between the US and DPRK reaching a level that appears somewhat unprecedented in the last decade, if not longer, the question is whether this time is different," said Stuart Culverhouse at Exotix. 

Bloomberg: Aug 09 - 2017


Kenya Braces for Trouble as Opposition Rejects Vote Results 

“The most important issues are ahead of us: Does Odinga concede peacefully?" Hasnain Malik, Exotix Capital’s global head of equities research, said in an emailed note. 

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23 Aug 2017 Associated Press Angola votes for 1st new president in nearly 4 decades