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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Daniel Stanton' s stories

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  • Walmart draws crowds on yen return

    Bonds | 07 July 2017

    Walmart made a triumphant return to the yen market with a ¥170bn (US$1.5bn) three-part Global in its biggest deal so far in the currency.

  • A shopper carts her purchases from a Wal-Mart store in Mexico City

    Walmart makes yen return with blockbuster Global

    Ticker | 07 July 2017

    Walmart made a triumphant return to the yen market with a ¥170bn (US$1.5bn) three-part trade, but opted for a Global offering instead of a Samurai.

  • Logo of China Evergrande Group

    Market buckles under Evergrande

    Top News | 23 June 2017

    China Evergrande Group’s voracious debt appetite and jitters in the Chinese market left investors nursing huge losses on almost US$10bn of new high-yield bonds last week.

  • Evergrande Real Estate Group logo

    China Evergrande new issue sinks six points

    Ticker | 22 June 2017

    China Evergrande’s bonds have tumbled nearly six points as the new issues fell victim to rumours swirling in the Chinese property market and complaints of over-allocation.

  • FWD pulls off zero-coupon perp

    Emerging Markets | 09 June 2017

    Hong Kong-based FWD Group brought an audacious bond structure to the market last Thursday, betting that investors would be willing to wait five years or longer to receive interest payments.

  • Perpetual motion breaks record

    Emerging Markets | 09 June 2017

    Perpetual bond sales from Asia’s corporate sector surged to an annual record last week, as investors’ hunger for yield showed no sign of easing.

  • Kaisa nears rehabilitation

    Kaisa nears rehabilitation

    Top News | 09 June 2017

    Kaisa Group Holdings, the first major Chinese developer to default on overseas bonds, could be back in the offshore market later this month, having unveiled plans to exchange its existing notes.

  • FWD brings audacious zero coupon perp

    Ticker | 09 June 2017

    Hong Kong-based insurer FWD Group brought an audacious bond structure to the market on Thursday, betting that investors would be willing to wait five years, or longer, to receive their interest payments.

  • A Korean Air Lines aircraft

    Korean Air flies without Kexim support

    Ticker | 06 June 2017

    Korean Air Lines successfully accessed the offshore debt capital markets with its first standalone deal, while BOC International became the first Chinese institution to be sole lead on an international Korean offering.

  • INDIA: Bond investors hang up on RCom

    Emerging Markets | 02 June 2017

    Reliance Communications’ bonds plunged last week, following multiple downgrades, on increasing fears that cutthroat competition in the Indian mobile telecoms market would drain liquidity and trigger a default.