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The Daily Capital Markets Digest
Tata Motors made an unexpected return to reopen an Asian high-yield market still recovering from a period of volatility.
Dai-ichi Life Insurance’s US$1bn perpetual non-call 10 printed at a competitive funding level, in line with a recently priced Japanese insurance hybrid that had a 30-year maturity.
RMBS and servicing advance securitisations linked to mortgage servicer Ocwen Financial Corp have held firm this week despite a warning from regulators about the mortgage servicer’s systems and practices and downgrades from rating agencies.
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.
Shinzo Abe’s eponymous economic growth plan could be on its last legs.
Editor-at-Large Keith Mullin’s take on the IFR ECM conference in London.
Reuters correspondents piece together a stark picture of the tense relationship between the ECB and top officials in Berlin.
The frayed relationship between the ECB and Germany poses a significant risk to the eurozone outlook.
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