Muyuan Foods announces bond as typhoon hits Hong Kong

The debt capital markets in Asia remained quiet on Wednesday, as typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong, cancelling stock trading in the morning. A single Chinese firm, Muyuan Foods Co, announced its plan to go offshore for funding in the morning.

  • By Addison Gong
  • 23 Aug 2017

The impact of the typoon was reasonably limited for capital markets in Asia, since the summer slowdown meant deal volumes were already tepid.

“I don’t think it’s affecting a lot of people, since most of them are away and things have been quite slow already,” said a debt ...

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