Friday, 20 July 2018

Jonathan Rogers' s stories

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  • IFR

    Masala move just a flash in the pan

    People & Markets | 06 November 2015

    Talk of global bonds in Asia’s local currencies highlights lack of infrastructure.

  • IFR

    Global markets can close India's infrastructure gap

    People & Markets | 30 October 2015

    An unlikely bright spot for international investors.

  • IFR

    Pomp, circumstance and China's image

    People & Markets | 23 October 2015

    Xi’s UK visit was an exercise in repairing the PRC’s PR with international investors.

  • IFR

    Pacific trade accord needs sharper teeth

    People & Markets | 09 October 2015

    The long-awaited TPP is unlikely to curb China’s global march.

  • IFR

    Major surgery on the cards in South Korea

    People & Markets | 02 October 2015

    President Park Geun Hye is running out of time to make big changes. 

  • IFR

    Fed's largesse hides deeper problems

    People & Markets | 18 September 2015

    More uncertainty over the end to easy money makes for difficult deals.

  • A long exposure photo shows a family standing under the rain outside a railway station in Hefei

    Unwelcome visitor

    All Special Reports | 17 September 2015

    Asia-based DCM bankers remain upbeat despite the global volatility, thanks to spreads having widened and the outlook for rates and credit remaining positive.

  • Snake shop owner Mak Tai-kong, holds snakes which were caught in mainland China, in front of wooden cabinets containing snakes, at his snake soup store in Hong Kong

    Poisonous precedents

    All Special Reports | 17 September 2015

    Despite a few instances of corporate default in China and strain at the local government financing vehicles, the will to avoid default and restructure debt where necessary means wide-scale default is unlikely.

  • A combination photograph of a model reacting after she falls during Milan Fashion Week

    Euphoria tempered

    All Special Reports | 17 September 2015

    India has long promised a primary debt market boom but little has been delivered. Still, there are pockets of hope in the infrastructure sector as new bond formats begin to emerge. Bank capital requirements, however, remain a challenge as the sector urgently needs consolidation and recapitalisation.

  • IFR

    Junk status for Brazil ... and the BRIC concept

    People & Markets | 11 September 2015

    No longer any doubt: The BRIC investment theory was fundamentally flawed.