Huawei plays its cards right with $2bn return

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By Rev Hui
29 Apr 2016

Chinese technology group Huawei Investment & Holding left nothing to chance with its $2bn bond return. It paid up to compensate for the size of the deal and to soothe investor concerns over the poor secondary performances of other recent deals.

There are a lot of similarities between Huawei’s latest outing and its debut in May last year when it printed a $1bn 4.125% 2025.

In both the cases, it chose not to obtain a credit rating, opted for a 10 year maturity, and went for a more ...

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