Sunday, 18 August 2019

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  • China's bond market keeps calm

    Emerging Markets | 09 August 2019

    China’s onshore bond market stayed on course after the renminbi sank to its lowest level against the US dollar since the global financial crisis, even though this added to investors’ concerns about economic headwinds and the escalating US-China trade war.

  • Trio steady Bank of Jinzhou

    People & Markets | 02 August 2019

    Three strategic investors have agreed to take stakes in Bank of Jinzhou as the Chinese government seeks to save the country’s troubled lenders through market-based measures, with more policy easing on the way to ease stress in the financial sector.

  • China's MoF markets 3yr CNH bonds in Macau at 3.2%

    China woos overseas bond buyers

    Top News | 05 July 2019

    China is expanding its footprint in the international bond markets as it looks to enhance its profile at a time when global attention is focused on trade tensions with the US.

  • Investors shun China bond auction

    People & Markets | 05 July 2019

    China’s first auction of bonds seized as a result of defaulted repo transactions flopped last week, dealing a setback to efforts to create a market for illiquid and non-performing assets.

  • China eases non-bank cash crunch

    China eases non-bank cash crunch

    People & Markets | 28 June 2019

    The Chinese government is attempting to spur lending to small firms by relaxing financing channels for large securities companies, amid worries that an ongoing credit crunch may still continue.

  • Last hurrah for offshore LGFV bonds

    Top News | 21 June 2019

    More than a dozen Chinese local government financing vehicles rushed to the international bond market in the busiest week of the year for these issuers, days after China’s state planner clamped down on new borrowing from the sector.

  • China's Baoshang creditors escape haircuts

    People & Markets | 21 June 2019

    Practically all of Baoshang Bank’s creditors have been repaid in full only a few weeks after China’s takeover of the ailing bank prompted concerns that it would impose heavy losses on liability holders.

  • 'Special bonds' set to power China projects

    People & Markets | 14 June 2019

    China has allowed some of the proceeds from “special bonds” used to fund local government infrastructure projects to count as capital, in a move that could inject trillions of renminbi into the country’s slowing economy.

  • China calms nerves over banks

    People & Markets | 14 June 2019

    China last week moved to ease concerns over the health of smaller lenders with an unprecedented credit guarantee, amid warnings that low-tier banks may still find it hard to access funding after the state takeover of troubled Baoshang Bank.

  • Trading boost for Chinese bad debt

    Trading boost for Chinese bad debt

    People & Markets | 07 June 2019

    China’s second-largest exchange operator is making efforts to stimulate trading in distressed debt, in a move to add depth and transparency in the fast-growing asset class.

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