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Thursday, 14 December 2017

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  • US corporate bond sales soar

    UPDATE: Low rates drive record Q1 US corporate bond volume

    Capital City | 24 March 2015

    Borrowers like Apple have sold record amounts of debt in the US bond markets so far this year, as businesses race to shore up their finances and seize the moment before any rise in interest rates.

  • HSBC bank signage

    HSBC CoCo deluged with US$16bn in orders

    Capital City | 24 March 2015

    HSBC demonstrated the huge bid in the US dollar market for Contingent Convertible capital securities on Monday, when it was swamped with more than US$16bn of orders for a US$2.25bn deal.

  • 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.

  • Citi sign

    US market buckles after surge

    Top News | 20 March 2015

    The glut of high-grade bond supply in the US dollar market finally took its toll in the past week, as the market staggered under the weight of more than US$200bn in deals since late February.

  • HSBC

    HSBC set to break ice in US dollar CoCo market

    Capital City | 20 March 2015

    HSBC is set to reopen the US dollar yankee market for additional Tier 1 instruments next week, with an SEC-registered perpetual non-call 10-year preferred contingent convertible deal.

  • A sign outside the headquarters of JP Morgan Chase & Co in New York

    Financials pounce into US high-grade market after Fed opens window

    Capital City | 19 March 2015

    Financials and other borrowers wasted no time coming to the high-grade bond market on Thursday, taking advantage of a rally in Treasuries after the FOMC’s dovish statements.

  • Omega Healthcare Investors logo

    Fed re-opens issuance window for high-grade

    Capital City | 18 March 2015

    High-grade issuers steered clear of the primary market on Wednesday, but after the Fed yanked sentiment back into positive territory, borrowers could be knocking on doors again tomorrow.

  • People walk past a Swedbank branch in Riga

    Priced-out Yankee issuers to reload after dire start

    Bonds | 27 February 2015

    European companies that ditched the dollar market in favour of their home turf this year may soon return thanks to an improving cross-currency swap and a recovery in spreads.

  • A Xerox logo on a photocopier

    US high-grade on fire with nearly US$10bn sold

    Capital City | 26 February 2015

    The US high-grade market was deluged with almost US$10bn of deals on Thursday, making this the busiest week of issuance in 2015 with US$38.36bn tallied so far.

  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

    US high-grade market flooded with more than US$10bn of deals

    Capital City | 25 February 2015

    The US high grade market enjoyed another blockbuster day on Wednesday, with nine borrowers raising US$10.335bn.