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  • Renault keeps relationship going

    Bonds | 28 November 2014

    French automaker Renault returned to the offshore renminbi market with a new Rmb500m (US$82m) three-year bond, which priced on Wednesday night to yield 4.375%. Initial guidance was in the 4.6% area on Tuesday morning.

  • Australia joins renminbi party

    Bonds | 21 November 2014

    New South Wales Treasury Corp (TCorp) broke new ground last Wednesday, when it printed the first Dim Sum bond issue from an Australian state, underlining the country’s growing trade and currency links with China.

  • BC back with bigger and longer

    BC back with bigger and longer deal

    Bonds | 31 October 2014

    The Canadian Province of British Columbia

  • The AT&T logo is pictured by its store in Carlsbad, California

    Formosa market diversification haven

    Bonds | 31 October 2014

    US telecoms giant AT&T has demonstrated the potential for Taiwan’s Formosa market to become a main port of call for US companies increasingly needing to diversify away from their investor base at home, by issuing a record-sized US$1.295bn offering targeted at the island’s insurance sector.

  • SGX joins renminbi futures game

    Derivatives | 24 October 2014

    Singapore Exchange last week launched its first renminbi futures products in a move to enhance the city state’s status as an offshore hub for the currency outside Greater China.

  • UK set to score renminbi first

    Bonds | 10 October 2014

    A plan for the United Kingdom to become the first foreign country to issue an offshore renminbi bond is moving forward with the UK government’s appointment of three banks to handle a debut offering, according to a statement from HM Treasury.

  • Agile under pressure as rights issue fails

    Agile under pressure as rights issue fails

    Top News | 10 October 2014

    Allegations linking Chinese developer Agile Property to a communist party official at the centre of a corruption probe forced it to scrap a rights issue and sent its bond prices plunging last week.

  • China

    UK mandates banks for first renminbi bond deal

    Capital City | 09 October 2014

    The United Kingdom is in line to become the first foreign country to issue an offshore renminbi bond, as the government has appointed three banks to handle the sale.

  • China builders in onshore MTN rush

    Emerging Markets | 26 September 2014

    Some of China’s biggest property developers are lining up to issue medium-term notes in the onshore market, taking advantage of a recent rule change to reduce their funding costs. 

  • China opens door for foreign banks

    People & Markets | 26 September 2014

    The China Banking Regulatory Commission has decided to allow foreign banks to open up additional branches and issue bank capital instruments, new rules that could help international firms better compete with dominant local institutions.

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