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  • Triple whammy: KDB squeezes price on dollar deal

    Triple whammy: KDB squeezes price on dollar deal

    Korea Development Bank returned to the bond market on Monday with a three-tranche transaction, marketing one of the notes with a green label. Despite pricing its trade at one of the tightest levels seen among the country’s lenders, the borrower still received strong demand.

  • India Exim bags $1bn curtain raiser

    India Exim bags $1bn curtain raiser

    Indian borrowers re-entered the bond market on Monday, led by the Export-Import Bank of India which printed the country’s first dollar deal of 2021.

  • Mexico launches 50 year Formosa to reopen Lat Am

    Mexico launches 50 year Formosa to reopen Lat Am

    Mexico returned to familiar territory by becoming the first Latin American borrower of the year to issue bonds on Monday. The format, however, was less familiar, as the 50 year SEC-registered $3bn bond — launched at around 11am New York time — will be listed on the stock exchanges of both Luxembourg and Taipei.

  • GlobalCapital China announces 2020 awards winners: Part I

    GlobalCapital China announces 2020 awards winners: Part I

    GlobalCapital China is pleased to announce the winners of its annual awards, recognising the banks, issuers and individuals that have made the biggest contribution to developing China’s onshore markets. In part one, we reveal the most impressive issuers in the FIG, corporate and SSA categories.

  • Swiss franc investors go back to their roots

    Foreign central bank action sparked arbitrage opportunities in Swiss francs to shrink in 2020, so investors took a more domestic approach. As foreign issuance dries up, so too do Swissie mandates for international desks. Frank Jackman reports.

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