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Sunday, 26 October 2014

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  • An ATM machine at a Bank of America office is pictured in Burbank, California

    Tier 1 market roars back to life

    Bonds | 24 October 2014

    The depth of investor interest for capital securities in the US was underscored last week, with Bank of America, Citigroup and Dai-ichi Life all tapping the institutional market with US$3.9bn of perpetual non-call five and 10-year structures.

  • Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company headquarters

    Better tone propels US high-grade week close to US$25bn

    Capital City | 23 October 2014

    Borrowers again took advantage of the better tone in the high-grade bond market on Thursday, getting a jump on what many expect will be a surge of issuance in the coming weeks.

  • The Verizon building in New York

    Verizon leads US$11bn splurge in new high-grade debt

    Capital City | 22 October 2014

    The high-grade new issue market roared back to life on Wednesday as if the recent volatility never occurred, with US$11.25bn priced by six issuers, including a US$6.5bn jumbo by Verizon.

  • The Verizon building in New York

    Verizon pulls in bond guidance on US$25bn book

    Capital City | 22 October 2014

    Verizon has ratcheted in official guidance on a three-part jumbo bond issue Wednesday by 10bp to 15bp, after being inundated with more than US$25bn of demand, according to market sources.

  • Kroger brand mushrooms

    New issue spreads tighten as US high-grade tone improves

    Capital City | 21 October 2014

    New issue concessions returned to single digits for investment-grade bonds Tuesday, as two borrowers printed US$800m while the previous day’s trades performed well in the secondary.

  • The Citigroup building in New York

    Citigroup targets US$6bn in benchmark debt issue for Q4

    Capital City | 21 October 2014

    Citigroup is planning to issue as much as US$6bn of bonds between now and year-end, if market conditions permit.

  • Eagle Fed

    US banks face ballooning debt needs

    Capital City | 21 October 2014

    The biggest banks in the US might have to issue at least US$260bn of senior unsecured debt over and above what they need to run their businesses in coming years, to comply with anticipated stricter loss-absorbing capital rules and extra equity buffers to be announced by the Federal Reserve after November.

  • The headquarters of Morgan Stanley is pictured in New York

    Bank deals brighten mood in US high-grade market

    Capital City | 20 October 2014

    US banks took a disciplined approach to the volatile investment-grade new issue market on Monday, opting to pay up in order to place sizeable trades.

  • US banks face ballooning debt needs

    Bonds | 17 October 2014

    The US’s biggest banks have estimated that they might have to issue at least US$260bn of senior unsecured debt over and above what they need to run their businesses in coming years, to comply with stricter loss-absorbing capital rules and extra equity buffers to be announced by the Federal Reserve after November.

  • Medtronic

    Tax deals add to bond calendar

    Top News | 10 October 2014

    The overstuffed pipeline of pharmaceuticals bonds has grown to a potential US$90bn over the next six months, as backfiring tax inversion acquisitions add to the pile of debt set to be issued.

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