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Thursday, 19 October 2017

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  • China: Sinopec in Asia's largest bond issue since 2009

    Emerging Markets | 19 April 2013

    Sinopec Corp last Thursday priced Asia’s largest US dollar bond of the year, with a US$3.5bn four-tranche deal to help fund its purchase of oil-and-gas assets from its parent.

  • Dim Sum sector faces headwinds

    Bonds | 10 March 2012

    The Dim Sum bond market faces a challenging year as it comes to terms with a string of underlying negative dynamics.

  • Doubts over HY revival after China Fishery limps home

    Bonds | 27 July 2012

    Hopes that Asia high-yield is about to reopen in convincing fashion abound among the region’s bond bankers, but they may be on a hiding to nothing – at least if the response to last week’s US$300m seven-year, non-call four from China Fishery Group is anything to go by.

  • Country Garden

    High-yield leads the way

    Top News | 04 January 2013

    Asia’s international debt capital markets started the new year where they left off, as the first two new issues of 2013 drew orders totalling US$28bn, despite not having government links or investment-grade ratings.

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    Investors ignore China-Japan spat at their peril

    People & Markets | 21 September 2012

    SWAP CLEARING HOUSE DTCC may seem an unlikely guide to political tension in Asia, but the derivatives counters have thrown up some rather worrying statistics.

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    Private banks distorting Asian credit

    People & Markets | 03 August 2012

    THE PRIVATE BANK bid from Asia for primary debt has become the most significant in fixed income markets, dwarfing the European or US retail bid as the region’s own growing band of high-net-worth individuals increasingly put their expanding coffers to

  • Shanshui looks to escape shadow of Sino-Forest

    Bonds | 14 April 2012

    A US dollar bond from China Shanshui Cement is emerging as a crucial test of appetite for debt from China’s industrial sector in the wake of the collapse of Sino-Forest.

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    StanChart flies in stormy markets

    Top News | 19 August 2011

    Standard Chartered has sold down the equity piece of a US$3bn synthetic trade receivables securitisation during one of the most volatile periods for global financial markets since the credit crisis.

  • Jonathan Rogers

    1MDB affair a simple confidence trick

    People & Markets | 15 April 2016

    A FOOL AND his money are soon parted, as the saying goes. Just think of the scam emails from Nigeria, which involve a confidence trick for which only the most gullible moron would fall.

  • IFR

    1MDB probe raises questions for Goldman

    People & Markets | 17 July 2015

    When it comes to Malaysia, capital markets and politics make a dangerous mix.

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