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  • Iron Man firm faces stark time

    Emerging Markets | 14 September 2018

    DMG Entertainment and Media, the Chinese company that co-produced Iron Man 3, has defaulted on its onshore bonds after a series of dramatic events that strained its finances.

  • China unifies ratings regulation

    People & Markets | 14 September 2018

    China plans to unify the supervision of domestic rating agencies, in an important step to simplify the fragmented regulation of its bond market.

  • Delay hints at HNA's financial woes

    Emerging Markets | 31 August 2018

    Sprawling Chinese conglomerate HNA Group last week saw one of its units delay redemption of Rmb1bn (US$147m) of onshore bonds, in an episode seen as a fresh sign of the financial pressures facing the business.

  • A fence screens the east gate of the Great Hall of People from sight at Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China.

    China clears hurdles, offers tax breaks for bond buyers

    People & Markets | 31 August 2018

    China has removed three operational hurdles for its onshore bonds to be included into global indices, demonstrating its determination in opening up the domestic bond market.

  • A trader looks at a screen that charts the S&P 500 on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S.

    Global raters outline China plans

    People & Markets | 24 August 2018

    Two of the world’s biggest credit rating agencies have outlined contrasting plans for their onshore China businesses as they seek long-elusive licences in the world’s third-biggest bond market.

  • People visit the Bund in front of Shanghai's financial district of Pudong in Shanghai, China.

    China defaults spread to LGFVs

    Top News | 17 August 2018

    A state-run organisation tasked with defending China’s western border missed a payment on Rmb500m (US$72m) of onshore notes last week, triggering arguably the first bond default from a local government financing vehicle.

  • Dagong Global Credit Rating

    Dagong suspended from rating onshore bonds for one year - NAFMII

    Ticker | 17 August 2018

    Dagong Global Credit Rating has been suspended from rating non-financial bonds in China’s interbank bond market for one year over conduct that breached local regulations.

  • Pedestrians are seen behind the logo of Bank of China on its ATM machine in Beijing, China.

    Chinese banks spot AT1 window

    Top News | 10 August 2018

    Chinese banks are gearing up to issue offshore Additional Tier 1 securities to meet rising capital needs after a shift in monetary policy triggered a rally in the sector.

  • South Korea: Creditors unite against CERCG

    Emerging Markets | 03 August 2018

    Seven South Korean investors holding defaulted bonds from China Energy Reserve and Chemicals Group have formed a creditor group in a bid to get their money back.

  • Onshore bond freeze ends

    Emerging Markets | 03 August 2018

    China’s domestic bond market has reopened to lower-rated companies in the past two weeks, throwing a much-needed lifeline to those facing a financing squeeze as a result of the country’s deleveraging push.

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