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Capital Markets in Africa: Sep 25 - 2018

 

Kenyan Stocks Are World’s Worst Performers as Interest Cap Bites 

“We will have a dead fourth quarter in terms of credit expansion, and that is not a great sign for the economy,” said Faith Mwangi, an analyst in Nairobi at Exotix Partners LLP. 

Euromoney: Sep 21 - 2018

 

Banks forecast brighter Mexico outlook 

With presidential elections and the threat to Nafta hanging over Mexico, international investors pared risk to the country and deal flow slowed. Finally, clarity is returning and the prospects for capital markets activity are looking better. But could Amlo's presidency change prospects? 

Automobil News: Sep 01 - 2018

 

Rising markets disaster casts shadow on re-election bids in Argentina and India 

“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

 

Turkish crisis weakens shekel against dollar 

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

 

Mozambique May Reject Eurobond Restructuring Plan, Exotix Says 

“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

 

Grit - LSE listing intention 

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

 

Exotix Capital Hires Execs to Expand Fixed Income Presence 

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

 

Will Argentina Be Upgraded to Emerging Market Status? Here’s What Wall Street Has to Say 

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.” 

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