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Monday, 23 July 2018

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  • A man walks past the lobby of the Export-Import Bank of China (EXIM) headquarters in Beijing, China.

    Oversupply pressure builds on Asian bonds

    Top News | 24 November 2017

    Asian issuers kept up the frenetic pace in the G3 bond markets last week, despite mounting supply pressure at the end of a record year.

  • Reliance Industries sets benchmark

    Emerging Markets | 24 November 2017

    Reliance Industries priced the tightest 10-year US dollar bonds from India’s corporate sector on Monday, raising US$800m at just 130bp over Treasuries.

  • China reopens offshore bond flow

    China reopens offshore bond flow

    Top News | 03 November 2017

    Chinese regulators have reopened the pipeline for mainland issuers to sell offshore bonds after slowing approvals in recent months.

  • Commercial properties line the western side of Sydney's Central Business District in Australia.

    Aussie cooling worries investors

    Top News | 20 October 2017

    A cooling property market is prompting some global fund managers to take a defensive approach to Australian credit.

  • Singapore: UOB sets tight AT1 benchmark

    Emerging Markets | 13 October 2017

    United Overseas Bank achieved the tightest reoffer spread globally for a US dollar Basel III Additional Tier 1 offering with its first such issue in the currency.

  • Asian bonds smash annual record

    Emerging Markets | 06 October 2017

    Asia has already beaten last year’s record for G3 bond issuance, with many banks printing more deals in nine months than they did in the whole of 2016.

  • India's Reliance debt plan in doubt

    People & Markets | 06 October 2017

    Reliance Communications’ move to cut US$3.8bn from its US$7bn debt burden has been thrown off-course due to the cancellation of two deals central to the plan, causing a further sharp slide in its offshore bonds.

  • High-yield issuers win market reprieve

    Emerging Markets | 29 September 2017

    Three Asian companies took advantage of improved market conditions in the past week to revive high-yield bond offerings that had stalled over the summer, but another pulled deal showed investors were still cautious.

  • APP heads back to debt market

    APP heads back to debt market

    Top News | 22 September 2017

    Asia Pulp & Paper, the group behind Asia’s biggest corporate default, is looking to sell US dollar bonds for the first time since 2001 as it seeks to rebuild relationships with international investors.

  • Chinese national flags flutter in front of the Great Hall of the People before the opening ceremony of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing.

    China closes in on sovereign return

    Top News | 22 September 2017

    The People’s Republic of China is finalising the underwriting syndicate for its first US dollar sovereign bond since 2004, moving closer to a deal that has already had an impact on corporate credit curves.