Automobil News: Sep 01 - 2018
“The IMF’s latest settlement to change the phrases of its lending program to Argentina exhibits the IMF’s persevering with willingness to interact constructively with the nation. Furthermore, it exhibits a dedication to Macri’s financial agenda,” mentioned Gavin Serkin, managing editor of Exotix Capital.
News Trend Today: Aug 13 - 2018
Exotix Capital, a specialist emerging market investment bank, said in an email on Monday: "International investors would like to see the same actions taken in Argentina recently: much higher interest rates (e.g. a more than 10 percentage point hike), a commitment to address inflation and improve fiscal performance, and engagement with multilateral lenders such as the IMF".
Capital Markets in Africa: Aug 07 - 2018
“This in itself is a significant departure from the government’s position and may be enough for the government to reject it,” Stuart Culverhouse, head of fixed-income research at Exotix in London, said in a note. “Conversely, the government might argue that including the loans on the same terms might not be affordable.”
Sharenet: Jul 17 - 2018
Baden Hill, a trading name of Northland Capital Partners Ltd. and Exotix Capital are acting as joint UK placing agents. PSG Capital is acting as sponsor and placing agent in South Africa.
Investopedia: Jul 16 - 2018
The company said Joao Korngold would lead fixed income sales for Latin America while Natalia Ermolitskaya was appointed as director of Russia and CIS fixed income sales in London. The company also hired Hiral Desai as director of fixed income sales in Dubai and Afamefuna Umeh to head Sub-Saharan Africa fixed income sales, based in Lagos.
Bloomberg: Jun 19 - 2018
Hasnain Malik, global head of equity research at Exotix Capital: Over time, there is a possibility that, given a successful outcome, FTSE may also put Argentina on its watch list. “With the IMF bazooka de-risking the peso, it brings Argentina’s equities back in to play... for those prepared to take a multi-year view, corporate earnings should have much further to grow.”
Global Capital: Jun 18 - 2018
Developing markets investment bank Exotix Capital has continued its recent trend of expansion and has added three new hires to its global equity team. Matt McConnell and John Geron both join the firm in New York. Zahed Chowdhury has joined the firm as an equities desk strategist in London.
BBC World Service: Jun 18 - 2018
Would you invest in North Korea? US President Donald Trump raised the idea at his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. His vision of a private condo on a North Korean beach is probably a long way away, but there are plenty of other countries lacking investment. Paul Domjan, global head of research at Exotix, an investment firm and research agency, explains what a frontier market is.
Bloomberg: Sep 06 - 2018
Hasnain Malik, global head of equity research and strategy at Exotix Capital in Dubai, talks about Saudi Arabian stocks. He speaks with Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
Bloomberg: Sep 03 - 2018
"This is entirely consistent with the moves over the last few years towards tighter financial control and elimination of duplicated costs in Abu Dhabi Inc.," said Hasnain Malik, the global head of equity research and strategy at Exotix Capital in Dubai.
Euromoney: Sep 03 - 2018
“I would have thought there would have been more weight given to the practical arguments, such as the degree of advancement in the works that are already there,” says Exotix’s Mexico analyst Rafael Elias.“I don’t think a public referendum is the most practical or intelligent way to [determine the future of the airport].”
Latin Finance: Aug 31 - 2018
To satisfy the IMF, Argentina's must hit a fiscal target of 2.7% of GDP this year and 1.3% in 2019 before reaching a fiscal balance in 2020. "While this should be viewed as positive, it demonstrates how fragile Argentina remains, just two months after its IMF agreement," Exotix Research said.
MENAFN (Web): Aug 30 - 2018
'The external environment has deteriorated since the programme was agreed, so more policy effort may be needed in return for a rephasing of the arrangement, said Stuart Culverhouse, chief economist and global head of fixed income research at Exotix Capital. 'While this should still be viewed as positive, it demonstrates how fragile and exposed Argentina remains just two months after its IMF agreement.
Mail Online UK: Aug 30 - 2018
"While this should still be viewed as positive, it demonstrates how fragile and exposed Argentina remains just two months after its IMF agreement,” said Stuart Culverhouse, chief economist and global head of fixed income research at Exotix Capital.
Financial Times: Aug 29 - 2018
“It was a necessary move,” said Stuart Culverhouse, chief economist at Exotix. “As the currency weakens through this contagion, it’s going to put the country further at risk of not meeting the IMF’s inflation target.” In July, consumer prices rose 3.1 per cent, bringing the 12-month inflation rate to 31.2 per cent, about 10 percentage points above the IMF’s 2019 target.
Financial News: Aug 23 - 2018
Hasnain Malik, Dubai-based global head of equity research and strategy at Exotix Capital, said: "Delay to the IPO demonstrates not that there is a lack of commitment to reform but rather the ability to change course if circumstances change, and the higher oil price certainly qualifies as that, as the country’s reform program transitions from an aspirational speech to detailed implementation.
Bloomberg: Aug 14 - 2018
“So far, a currency crisis has not turned into a debt crisis,” Stuart Culverhouse and Hasnain Malik, analysts at Exotix Partners LLP, wrote in a report. The country’s low public debt, at 28 percent of gross domestic product, “might be some comfort, and the country has ammunition in the form of $98 billion in official reserves,” they wrote.
CNBC: Aug 14 - 2018
Paul Domjan, global head of research, analytics and data at Exotix, discusses the Turkish economy on CNBC’s Squawk Box.
Volt: Aug 14 - 2018
The company is working with Exotix Capital and other advisers to seek approval for and issue a prospectus to raise the development capital for the stage 1 development. Once funding is obtained, Volt will proceed with the front-end engineering and design for stage 1 and place orders for long lead time components.
New York Times: Aug 13 - 2018
“In the very short term, we are seeing what we would describe as ‘risk off’ toward emerging markets,” said Stuart Culverhouse, global head of macro and fixed income research at Exotix Capital, a research firm in London. But “Turkey is following a path many other emerging markets aren’t,” he added. “I don’t think it’s going to lead to a more systemic problem across emerging markets.”
Global Finance: Aug 09 - 2018
With his new government comes a new congress replete with some controversial players - “What is going to be interesting is how much of an influence he is going to have with these people because obviously he has shown some moderation and has been very active in mending fences with his opponents and with his opponents and with the corporate world,” Rafael Elias at Exotix adds.
Swala Tanzania: Aug 03 - 2018
Swala Oil & Gas (Tanzania) plc announces that it has received approval from the Stock Exchange of Mauritius to list US$50 million of corporate bonds. Exotix Capital is Advisor to the company and Global Coordinator on the corporate bonds.
Reuters: Aug 03 - 2018
“The immediate priorities for Mnangagwa and his government will be to continue on the path of restoring the economy and boosting exports, helped by international engagement,” said Christopher Dielmann, economist at Exotix Capital.
Euromoney: Aug 01 - 2018
Exotix is billing itself as a full-service investment bank for emerging and frontier markets, complete with origination and advisory capabilities. It has also been on a big hiring drive. In the last 12 months, the firm has taken on new global heads of fixed income, equities, bond trading and research, as well as a clutch of new salespeople and analysts for its offices in London, New York, Lagos and Dubai.
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