Canara Bank, BRI herald non-China supply pick-up

India’s Canara Bank and Bank Rakyat Indonesia this week gave investors a chance to diversify away from Greater China supply, pricing their respective five year dollar bonds.

  • By Addison Gong, Morgan Davis
  • 22 Mar 2019
“Neither Indian nor Indonesian bonds had a good year in 2018, so it’s very encouraging to see these deals come through and do reasonably well,” said a syndicate banker away from the two trades, which were priced on Thursday. “Hopefully it bodes well for the rest of the ...

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