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Monday, 11 December 2017

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  • Indonesia pays for peace of mind

    Emerging Markets | 04 July 2014

    The Republic of Indonesia’s first euro-denominated sovereign bond issue has underlined its determination to diversify its investor base even at a higher cost of funding relative to US dollars.

  • Thailand Coup

    Army rule no hurdle to Thai hybrid

    Top News | 13 June 2014

    Thailand’s first major international financing since the army seized power on May 22 hit the market last week in the unlikely form of a junior perpetual bond, one of the riskier types of corporate debt.

  • Bumi to escape latest default scare

    Emerging Markets | 06 June 2014

    Indonesia’s influential Bakrie family seems to have won another battle to stave off a full-scale restructuring of coal-miner Bumi Resources.

  • Bumi

    Clock ticking on Bumi revamp

    Top News | 30 May 2014

    Indonesian coal miner Bumi Resources is entering the final throes of a high-stakes battle to win creditors’ approval for a critical debt restructuring.

  • China extends EM dominance

    Emerging Markets | 16 May 2014

    Chinese issuers are extending their dominance of emerging market bond issuance, despite concerns about an economic slowdown in the country. More than one-fifth of all EM bonds sold in US dollars, euros and yen this year have come from Chinese issuers, an unprecedented percentage from just one country.

  • A Chinese national flag flutters on the Pearl River near a construction site in Guangzhou, Guangdong province

    China extends lead in EM bond sales amid record volumes

    Capital City | 14 May 2014

    Emerging market bond investors have more reason than ever to pay attention to China. More than one fifth of all EM bonds sold in US dollars, euros and yen this year have come from Chinese issuers, an unprecedented percentage from just one country.

  • Investors fear China property crunch

    Emerging Markets | 02 May 2014

    A combination of bearish reports from analysts and weaker than expected home sales is raising concerns among overseas investors of a credit crunch in the Chinese property sector.

  • china; property; local government; debt; beijing

    Credit investors start to fear China property crunch

    Capital City | 01 May 2014

    Bearish analyst reports and weaker-than-expected home sales are further raising concerns among overseas investors of a credit crunch in the Chinese property sector.

  • West looks East for value

    Emerging Markets | 17 April 2014

    Global investors are turning back to Asian credit in search of better yields and relative value, as high returns in Europe and the US mean portfolio managers see limited upside potential in Western markets.

  • pakistan bonds

    Frontier credits find favour

    Top News | 11 April 2014

    Investors desperate for higher-yielding securities are snapping up bonds on offer from speculative-rated countries, potentially ignoring associated political risks in the process.

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