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  • UBS markets $221m sell down in JG Summit

    JG Summit is out with the first post-national election accelerated bookbuild of size in the Philippines, with the sell-down expected to net up to Ps10.29bn ($220.53m) for a shareholder.

    • 25 May 2016

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People & Markets

  • SGX mulls cash offer for Baltic Exchange

    Singapore Exchange (SGX) said it has entered into exclusive discussions with the Baltic Exchange for a possible cash offer for 100% of the shipping-based bourse.

    • 25 May 2016

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Comment

  • Myanmar stocks: down but not out

    Myanmar has welcomed its second ever listing with Myanmar Thilawa SEZ Holdings making its debut last Friday to a rousing reception, with its shares jumping by a third in the first two days and even hitting its daily trading limit. While impressive, the rally throws light on the problems ailing the budding stock market.

    • 24 May 2016
  • Chinese issuers: Forget the American dream

    Debt capital market bankers have long preached that diversifying into the US investor base is the next stage of development for Chinese issuers. But with recent transactions failing to resonate with stateside accounts, Chinese names should give up on US investors for now.

    • 17 May 2016
  • Dear China, stock market meddling will not help

    There are fresh signs that the China Securities Regulatory Commission is looking to crack down on backdoor listings by overseas-listed Chinese companies, with talk that it could move to block such deals. While clamping down on excessive speculation for reverse takeovers will do the market some good, the regulator should refrain from meddling.

    • 10 May 2016

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