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Vedanta Resources’ bonds volatility higher on consent plea

Indian commodity giant Vedanta Resources last week sought permission to add to its borrowings amid a rally in metals and oil, but a volatile reaction in its bonds shows potential investor angst.

NS&I to launch Green Savings Bonds later this year

National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has confirmed it will launch Green Savings Bonds, which will allow savers to support projects tacking climate change, later this year.

Whitbread launches green bonds worth £550m

Whitbread has launched two green bonds totalling £550m this week, as the Premier Inn-owner continued to drive forward with its sustainability efforts despite the headwinds from the coronavirus pandemic for its business.

Europe’s bond boom may stem investment banks' exodus

The surge in government borrowing during the COVID-19 crisis and boost in bond trading may stem investment banks' gradual exodus from the less profitable business of buying and distributing European sovereign debt.

Baltimore County (US) seeks to refinance $3 billion in bonds

Baltimore County (US) is seeking to refinance billions in bonds and issue $365 million in new bond anticipation notes to pay for capital projects.

NS&I’s new three-year bond

NS&I’s new three-year bond

More clarity needed on use of social impact bonds, report says

More clarity needed on use of social impact bonds, report says

Le Pen could prove unlikely saviour to pound

Le Pen could prove unlikely saviour to pound

ETF interest rises among managers in Europe, but still a hard sell

ETF interest rises among managers in Europe, but still a hard sell

Asian shares, won move south on worries over North Korea

Asian shares, won move south on worries over North Korea