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Monday, 24 September 2018

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  • HY issuers cough up most in four years

    HY issuers cough up most in four years

    Top News | 21 September 2018

    Two Chinese borrowers priced US dollar bonds last week at the highest yields for any Asian new issue in four years, in a sign that continuing aversion to emerging market risk is taking a steep toll on corporate funding costs.

  • Default test looms for China LGFV bonds

    Emerging Markets | 21 September 2018

    Investors are waiting to find out whether they will see the first default of an offshore bond issue from a Chinese local government funding vehicle, when an issue from struggling Qinghai Provincial Investment Group comes due this month.

  • Three bond issues flop in busy week

    Emerging Markets | 21 September 2018

    Three Asian issuers were forced to cancel US dollar bond sales last week as a glut of new issues came up against picky investors.

  • Taiwan to tighten Formosa limits

    People & Markets | 14 September 2018

    Taiwan’s financial regulator plans to rein in insurance companies’ exposure to foreign credit risks through the booming Formosa bond market.

  • A man walks past a row of Taiwan's national flags in Taipei.

    Taiwan to tighten limits on Formosa investments

    Ticker | 11 September 2018

    Taiwan’s financial regulator plans to put limits on the investments of insurance companies in Formosa bonds, following a spike in their holdings of bonds issued by foreign issuers.

  • HSBC bank signage is seen on a bank branch in Valletta, Malta.

    HSBC adds calls on TLAC Samurai

    Top News | 07 September 2018

    HSBC Holdings introduced callable TLAC bonds to the Samurai bond market last week, and investors flocked to the deal despite the new structure and a clash with a US dollar offering halfway through the marketing process.

  • The company logo of Noble Group is displayed at its office in Hong Kong, China.

    Noble workout crosses finish line

    Top News | 31 August 2018

    Noble Group won shareholder approval for its restructuring plan last week, drawing to an end months of horse-trading as it battled to win the backing of different stakeholder groups.

  • Iceberg urges Noble stakeholders to sue

    People & Markets | 17 August 2018

    Iceberg Research has called for holders of Noble Group securities to join it in suing the commodities trader, ahead of a crucial restructuring vote.

  • StanChart reshuffles credit markets team

    People & Markets | 17 August 2018

    Standard Chartered has unveiled a raft of internal appointments in its newly created global credit markets group, created under former capital markets boss Henrik Raber on July 2.

  • A logo of Standard Chartered is displayed at its main branch in Hong Kong, China.

    MOVES-StanChart reshuffles credit markets team

    Ticker | 16 August 2018

    Standard Chartered has unveiled a raft of internal appointments in its newly created global credit markets group, part of the transformation of its corporate and institutional banking unit.

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