Asia’s bond market shows resilience amid Covid-19 spread

By Morgan Davis
14 Feb 2020

Asia’s credit markets have held up well despite the news around the spread of the novel coronavirus, with another spate of Chinese issuers pricing bonds that proved a hit with investors.

SF Holding Co, a Shenzhen-based Chinese delivery services company, raised a $700m bond on the back of a $6.2bn order book on Thursday.  

Global co-ordinators Bank of China (Hong Kong), DBS, HSBC and ICBC International began marketing the company's 10 year bullet at the 170bp over ...

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