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The Daily Capital Markets Digest
The first company to default on a public bond in China’s domestic market also has several trust loans outstanding, according to a Chinese brokerage source, raising the risk that Friday’s unprecedented missed payment may have wider implications.
The Kingdom of Belgium intends to issue a new 20-year syndicated benchmark bond maturing 22nd June, 2034 (OLO 73) in the near future, subject to market conditions.
Unicredit is expected to announce plans on Tuesday to raise the equivalent of €2 billion Additional Tier 1 bonds, becoming the first Italian bank to use these risky bonds to boost its capital base.
Toyota announced details of the first-ever “green bond” in the US auto ABS market on Monday, setting the size at US$1.25bn.
Bitcoin ATMs promise to shake things up in conservative Singapore, says Jonathan Rogers.
Bond allocations aren’t fair? Tell me something I don’t know, says Anthony Peters.
Consumer debt is often going towards maintaining living standards, says James Saft.
The ECB surprised a minority (ourselves included) …
Thursday from the IFR Bank Capital Conference in London
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