Loan market suffers worst start to the year since 2005

Loans bankers in Asia ex-Japan have suffered their worst start to the year in seven years, after managing to close deals for just $10bn in January across domestic and offshore loan markets.

  • 03 Feb 2012
Asian borrowers have signed a total of 42 deals this month, according to Dealogic, raising a combined $10.09bn across all currencies. That is one of the worst months in the last seven years — and the slowest January in volume terms since 2005, when $7bn of loans were ...

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