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Bonds

  • Kexim makes long-awaited return to Thai baht

    The Export-Import Bank of Korea (Kexim) has returned to the Thai baht bond market after a gap of two years, with the hiatus helping it find strong pent-up demand. The issuer printed the largest single tranche trade from a foreign issuer in the currency, while also pricing tighter than its existing bonds.

    • 10:15 AM

Equities

Loans

  • HKR swells to HK$8bn as 14 banks pile in

    Property developer HKR International has increased the size of its borrowing to HK$8bn ($1.032bn) to accommodate the 14 lenders that form the syndicate group.

    • 11:30 AM

People & Markets

  • Former RBS debt bankers find new homes

    Several former bankers from Royal Bank of Scotland have joined new institutions recently, as the UK firm continues to dismantle a large part of its Asia business.

    • 27 Aug 2015

RMB

  • StanChart: Chinese corporates bearish on economy, renminbi outlook

    Chinese onshore corporates are generally bearish on the short-term outlook for the economy, as the sentiment remains fragile, and a lowest 6.60 USD/CNY exchange rate is expected by the year end. Meanwhile, CNY volatility has likely increased the corporate’ interest in managing FX risk, says Standard Chartered in a report on August 31.

    • 11:45 AM

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