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23 Feb

Indonesia's Biggest Political Party Backs Jokowi Re-Election - [Indonesia]

23 Feb

Russia: Junk No More? - [Russia]

23 Feb

Mnuchin Urges Markets to Shrug Off Worries Over Tax Cuts, Debt - [USA]

23 Feb

ECB to Blame for Surge in U.S. Yields? Timing Is Suggestive - [Global]

23 Feb

Mozambique to Table Restructuring Plans After 2017 Default - [Mozambique]

23 Feb

Expect Rising Volatility in These Three Areas - [Global]

23 Feb

Draghi Gets ECB Back on Message - [European Union]

23 Feb

Stocks Struggle as Bond Yields Fall; Dollar Gains: Markets Wrap - [European Union]

23 Feb

Reserves decline to $18.8bn - [Pakistan]

23 Feb

S.Korea's net external credit hits record high in 2017 - [South Korea]

23 Feb

Seychelles swaps debt for groundbreaking marine protection - [Seychelles]

23 Feb

Analyst urges Kenya to shun short-term debt to spur macroeconomic stability - [Kenya]

23 Feb

Moody's changes Colombia's rating outlook to negative; Baa2 ratings affirmed - [Colombia]

23 Feb

Poland’s solid growth outlook and sound fiscal performance temper diplomatic row with the EU - [Poland]

23 Feb

Fitch: Russian Regional Debt Declines but Performance Varies - [Russia]

23 Feb

Belarus floats eurobonds worth 600 mln USD - [Belarus]

23 Feb

China's central bank continues to inject liquidity into market - [China]

23 Feb

Indonesia Becomes First Asian Country to Sell Green Bonds - [Indonesia]

23 Feb

Venezuelans Unable to Buy Maduro's Cryptocurrency With Bolivars - [Venezuela]

23 Feb

Mozambique Willing to Negotiate With Creditors - [Mozambique]