bits per second, bps(noun)
(computer science) the rate at which data is transferred (as by a modem)
The numerical value of bps in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of bps in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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To change momentum they would need to hike by 200 bps as a minimum to change correlation with oil price.
We expect the RBI to cut the repo rate by a total of 50 bps after the Union Budget for 2015-16 is presented.
If you put on some risk premium that's another 50-100 bps so that's 350 bps-plus, when you look at the historical relationship between CDS and currency and extend Turkish CDS to 350, it implies dollar/lira at 3.2 (per dollar).
Supply and demand have not been in balance for about a year as far as Russian bonds are concerned so I don't think they will have to pay much new issue premium. A bit to entice investors would be nice but 40-50 bps, probably we won't get that.
Real yield in local currency debt relative to developed market debt is near an 8- to 10-year high, and somewhere between 150-200 bps above where we were right before the (2013) taper tantrum, it's not a great environment for local currency ... (but) the protection that you are being offered should get you through the worst part of the mess.
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