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Jun 25, 2019

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Saudi Arabia offers $17.5 billion in bonds

by Jed Kim Oct 19, 2016
The sale comes as the kingdom faces huge budget deficits.
Vehicles drive past a construction site of a section of the Saudi capital Riyadh's $22.5 billion metro system. Many of Saudi Arabia's investment in public infrastructure projects, such as the metro, occurred just before a sharp decline in oil prices.
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Germany is in negative territory

by Tracey Samuelson Jul 13, 2016
For the first time, a Eurozone country issues negative-yield bonds. Who buys them?
Germany's 10-year treasury bond yield dipped below zero yesterday. 
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Report finds racial bias in the bond market against historically black colleges and universities

by Amy Scott Apr 12, 2016
Historically black colleges and universities pay 15 to 20 percent more to borrow.
Graduates of Bowie State University — Maryland's oldest historically black university — arrive for the school's graduation ceremony.
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