We are currently taking indications for these high institutional Fixed income rates:
Strong preforming, turnaround and profitable company with over a 8% yielding bond that has an convertible stock option.
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We have identified a medium term A- rated Morgan Stanley bond denominated in the Brazilian real and are targeting a better than 10.50% yield for our clients.
Continue reading 12.50% Yield Brazilian Real, Bank of America, A rated, mat Nov 2014.
Continue reading 10.55% Yield Brazilian Real, Bank of America, A rated, mat Nov 2014.
The global bond market offers US-based investors the opportunity to add both higher yields and diversity to their fixed income portfolios. With current US Treasuries and Bank CD’s yielding returns that are lower than than even the current inflation rate, income investors are increasingly being forced to either continue losing buying power “safely,” or to hunt for alternate (added risk) fixed income investments in a jungle of choices. When you add together the US dollar’s declining value against other currencies and the Federal Reserves tremendous increase of money supply, mix in the friction and fighting by both political parties over what should be agreed upon as a “workable plan” to start addressing this nation’s large and growing debt woes, here at Durig Capital we have good reason to believe that acquiring global debt instruments with significantly higher yields may be a vital ingredient to help reduce risk by providing some unique diversification while being likely to greatly enhance fixed income cash flow. This is especially applicable if all of a person’s net worth (i.e., their income, business, home, car, etc.) is based solely in US currency.
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A new Sovereign Fiscal Responsibility Index has been established by the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy and Research, at Stanford University. With the recent financial crises and escalating deficits, with the many issues of fiscal responsibility of countries, Stanford created a Sovereign Fiscally responsible Index (SFRI). Many people want to know how many global countries compared to their peers. The study measured government in 5 areas Fiscal Space, Path, Rules, Transparency and enforceability. The country rankings and our bonds placements are believe the complete study is available here. The rankings are:
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7% + yield for maturity in June 2012, AAA rated World Bank denominated in Brazil Real.
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