Friday, 15 December 2017

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  • China rules primary issuance

    Emerging Markets | 15 December 2017

    Chinese issuance of US dollar bonds soared to another record in 2017 and may account for an even bigger share of regional supply next year, as the mainland’s deleveraging campaign leads to more refinancings, bankers and analysts say.

  • A Chinese national flag flutters at the headquarters of a commercial bank on a financial street near the headquarters of the People's Bank of China, China's central bank, in central Beijing.

    China woos foreign debt arrangers

    People & Markets | 15 December 2017

    China is encouraging greater participation of foreign banks in the country’s Rmb27trn (US$4.1trn) central and local government bond market, particularly in municipal bonds, in an effort to build a broader investor base.

  • Rental push spurs new bonds

    Emerging Markets | 08 December 2017

    China’s push to develop the rental housing sector is offering cash-strapped property developers a way back to the onshore bond market after more than a year of issuance restrictions aimed at cooling down property prices.

  • Ant Financial CEO Eric Jing speaks during the Ant Financial event in Hong Kong, China.

    Ant postpones micro-loan ABS

    Structured Finance | 01 December 2017

    Alibaba-backed Ant Financial, the largest Chinese issuer of privately placed securities backed by online micro-loans, abruptly postponed its first public offering last week amid talk of a crackdown on the popular form of consumer credit.

  • Elion highlights Chinese HY risks

    Emerging Markets | 24 November 2017

    A Chinese issuer with plans to sell US dollar bonds missed a repayment deadline on its onshore notes last week, sending a warning sign to investors already wary of mounting supply from high-yield names.

  • Yield squeeze hits country's debt sales

    Emerging Markets | 24 November 2017

    China’s domestic bond rout deepened last week after the country introduced guidelines to revamp the massive asset-management industry, prompting issuers – including a big policy bank – to postpone offerings.

  • China Literature Co-Chief Executive Officers Liang Xiaodong (R) and Wu Wenhui pose during the debut of the company at the Hong Kong Exchanges in Hong Kong.

    CSRC hails bond fraud judgment

    Top News | 10 November 2017

    Chinese authorities have wrapped up their first criminal prosecution for fraud related to a bond offering, as part of an ongoing campaign to clean up the domestic debt capital markets.

  • A worker cleans a glass floor reflecting Sinosteel's logo, in front of its headquarters building in Beijing, China.

    Sinosteel toes party line

    Top News | 27 October 2017

    Troubled steelmaker Sinosteel has finally repaid in full holders of its Rmb2bn (US$301m) bond issue after putting off the redemption more than 30 times in two years.

  • BMW

    BMW revs up Dim Sum market

    Top News | 13 October 2017

    German vehicle maker BMW has breathed life into the offshore renminbi sector with the first public Dim Sum bonds from a multinational corporate in more than two years.

  • Canadian duo breathe life into Dim Sum market

    Bonds | 29 September 2017

    Two Canadian banks ended a long drought in the Dim Sum sector in the past two weeks with back-to-back prints that took advantage of a favourable cross-currency swap rate.

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