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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

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  • China banks eye preference shares

    Bank of China goes multi-tranche and multi-currency

    Ticker | 10 April 2017

    Bank of China, rated A1/A/A, has hired leads for an offering of multi-tranche, multi-currency Reg S senior bonds with short to intermediate maturities in US dollars, euros, Australian dollars and offshore renminbi off its MTN programme.

  • Rupiah

    Record-breaking EM thrives on inflows

    Top News | 07 April 2017

    EM bond issuance will continue to be robust over the coming months although the pace is expected to slow in the wake of a record quarter of supply.

  • Exit, pursued by bulls

    Indika sets Triple C marker

    Top News | 07 April 2017

    Asia’s high-yield bull run reached new heights last week as investors snapped up Triple C rated new issues for the first time in years.

  • World Bank targets Singapore retail

    Bonds | 07 April 2017

    The World Bank is exploring a potential issue of retail bonds in Singapore to boost interest in sustainable development bonds and tap the affluent population.

  • Asian perpetuals stay on fire

    Emerging Markets | 07 April 2017

    Two Asian high-yield issuers sold perpetual bonds in the international markets last Thursday, underlining the depth of demand for riskier products in the hunt for yield.

  • Indonesian sukuk find broad appeal

    Emerging Markets | 24 March 2017

    The Republic of Indonesia (Baa3/BB+/BBB-) on Wednesday priced a US$3bn dual-tranche sukuk offering below its last conventional dollar issue in early December, despite two US rate increases in the interim.

  • South Korean issuers overcome politics

    Emerging Markets | 24 March 2017

    South Korean issuers made a triumphant return to the offshore bond market last week, with investors showing little concern for a political crisis or the latest missile launches from North Korea.

  • Youths ride bicycles while carrying national flags cross a tea plantation in Malino.

    Tighter pricing for Indonesia despite two rate rises

    Ticker | 23 March 2017

    The Republic of Indonesia (Baa3/BB+/BBB–) priced a US$3bn dual-tranche sukuk offering below its last conventional dollar issue in early December, despite two US rate increases in the interim.

  • Fed adds fuel to Asian bonds

    Emerging Markets | 17 March 2017

    G3 bond sales from Asia slowed ahead of last week’s expected rise in US interest rates, before a dovish slant from the Federal Reserve raised hopes for another wave of international financings from the region.

  • Singapore changes restructuring law

    People & Markets | 17 March 2017

    Singapore has made big changes to its restructuring regime, bringing it closer to the US system and making it more attractive as an international jurisdiction for corporate debt workouts.