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  • Yields grind tighter on global growth concerns

    Bonds | 14 July 2012

    US Treasury yields continued to grind tighter last week, as investors shifted their focus away from eurozone headlines and focused on the increasingly gloomy picture for global and US growth.

  • A view shows an eagle sculpture on Federal Reserve building in Washington

    Yield surge fuels fears of market meltdown

    Top News | 01 February 2013

    The US investment-grade corporate bond market reached a pivotal point last week following a spike in Treasury yields, raising fears that a further jump in rates will hit demand for deals and cause a market meltdown, bankers warned.

  • Yellen

    Yellen delivers rude shock to investors

    Top News | 21 March 2014

    Borrowers are being warned that the days of insatiable demand for their short-dated corporate bonds are numbered, now that Fed Chair Janet Yellen has in effect given next April as a date when the Fed could start hiking rates.

  • People walk past a branch of Bank of America in New York's financial district

    Yankees make up half of US high-grade session

    Capital City | 12 June 2014

    Yankees accounted for half of the six new issues Thursday in the US high-grade bond market, which printed US$6.3bn as liquidity remains readily available for all types of borrowers.

  • View of the BPCE banking group headquarters in Paris

    Yankees lift US high-grade week volumes close to US$13bn

    Capital City | 08 April 2014

     A group of six yankee issuers and a local corporate today took full advantage of what continue to be constructive issuance conditions in the US high-grade primary market to raise a total USD6.582bn, pushing the week’s tally to a healthy USD12.8bn.

  • HSBC bank logo

    Yankee financials dive into dollar market

    Capital City | 23 March 2015

    Yankee financials dived into the dollar market on Monday, with HSBC, UBS, Credit Suisse and Hyundai all seeking to lock in funding in the currency while costs look competitive versus euros.

  • Yankee Bond

    All Special Reports | 14 December 2012

    A fine brew: Anheuser-Busch InBev pounced on one of the best new issue windows in the Yankee market in July to price an opportunistic US$7.5bn transaction with an average new issue concession of negative 10bp and with record low coupons, making it IFR’s Yankee Bond of the Year.

  • Passers-by walk in front of a branch of French bank Credit Agricole in Marseille

    Yankee banks on issuance spree in US high-grade market

    Capital City | 09 April 2014

    Credit Agricole and Mizuho continued the string of Yankee issuers taking advantage of US earnings blackout this week to tap the market Wednesday for a combined US$6bn.

  • A woman uses an umbrella to shelter from snow flurries as she walks along a street in the Manhattan borough of New York

    Winter storm spoils US high-grade momentum; focus on secondary

    Capital City | 13 February 2014

    Another winter storm quashed any chance of a pick-up in primary activity on Thursday with no new deals announced and another from Fifth Street pushed back to next week.

  • Westpac breaks drought in US dollar covereds

    Bonds | 16 May 2014

    Westpac stole the limelight in the US investment-grade bond market by issuing the first US dollar-denominated covered bond of 2014.

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