China’s high-yield bond market is in turmoil as investors assess which property developers can service debts
The bonds will be used to help buy and dispose of non-performing assets, plus other businesses such as bond-to-equity swaps, China's banking regulator said
China bank bonds prices are a picture of tranquility, indicating policymakers are doing just enough to ward off contagion risks.
Sale comes three weeks after China raised $4 billion via a US dollar bond sale that drew robust demand
Climb highlights easier direct access to Chinese markets rather than through financial instruments listed in New York and Hong Kong
Finance ministry says country will issue the three-year, seven-year and 12-year euro bonds in Hong Kong on November 10
Bonds surge to seven times the intended level. Economists say the RBA could drop yield targeting programme on Tuesday, when monetary policy board is due to meet.
Corporate governance, data quality and transparency, and reporting standards cited as the main obstacles to investing in Asian fixed income assets
(AF) The Reserve Bank of India’s decision to allow foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) to invest in debt securities issued...
The bond market has responded positively to comments from China's central bank saying the spillover effects from Evergrande's debt woes on the banking system were controllable
Local developers' shares and bonds fell further on Wednesday after Evergrande missed a third round of interest payments on dollar bonds in three weeks
The Shanghai-based firm has total liabilities of $1.01billion as impact of China Evergrande’s struggles continues to be felt across country’s property sector