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Saturday, 21 October 2017

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  • 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.

  • ESR points to weaker appetite for Asian perps

    Ticker | 01 June 2017

    Logistics property developer and operator ESR Cayman highlighted a slowdown in demand for US dollar perpetual bonds in Asia, printing only US$100m of perpetual non-call three bonds and failing to tighten from initial price guidance.

  • ChemChina headquarters

    ChemChina blowout overcomes China downgrade

    Top News | 26 May 2017

    China National Chemical Corp made a storming debut in the US dollar bond market, drawing huge oversubscription despite early market jitters caused by Moody’s downgrade of China’s sovereign rating.

  • RComm fails to communicate

    Emerging Markets | 26 May 2017

    Reliance Communications’ offshore bonds suffered a dramatic sell-off last week, as the telecommunications company failed to respond to reports that it was behind on loan payments.

  • Melco rides on Macau rebound

    Emerging Markets | 26 May 2017

    Melco Resorts & Entertainment took advantage of a recovery in the Macau casino industry to cut its interest costs through last Thursday’s US$650m offering of eight-year non-call three bonds.

  • ChemChina headquarters

    ChemChina blowout overcomes China downgrade

    Ticker | 25 May 2017

    China National Chemical Corp (ChemChina) made a storming debut in the US dollar bond market, drawing huge oversubscription despite early market jitters caused by Moody’s downgrade of China’s sovereign rating.

  • Societe Generale reopens Samurai market

    Bonds | 19 May 2017

    The new issue drought in the Samurai market came to an end last week, as Societe Generale sold senior non-preferred bonds and more foreign issuers lined up yen financings.

  • Bumi

    Bumi workout nears finish line

    Top News | 19 May 2017

    Bumi Resources, the Indonesian coal miner controlled by the influential Bakrie family, is nearing the finish line on a restructuring that will cut its debt by more than 50%.

  • Societe Generale headquarters

    Societe Generale reopens Samurai market

    Ticker | 19 May 2017

    The new issue drought in the Samurai market came to an end this week, as Societe Generale sold senior non-preferred bonds and more foreign issuers lined up yen financings.

  • The company logo of Sun Hung Kai Properties is seen outside its headquarters in Hong Kong

    SHK Properties achieves lowest fixed-for-life coupon

    Ticker | 17 May 2017

    Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties continued the recent run of fixed-for-life perpetual bond issues from high-grade companies, with a US$500m offering on Tuesday.