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    Each year ASIAMONEY picks the standout deal from each Asian country. In China, the award goes to…

    • 26 Jan 2012
  • CNH development to dry out HKD liquidity

    The development of offshore renminbi will result in tighter Hong Kong dollar liquidity, leading to a slowdown in loans offered and deposits sought in the latter currency, believe analysts.

    • 20 Jan 2012
  • CNH Cross-currency swaps drive up CD yields

    Opportunistic issuers are taking of advantage of favourable CNH cross-currency swaps to finance certificates of deposit (CD), this is turn is driving yields higher curbing near term upside, believes HSBC.

    • 16 Jan 2012
  • State banks could follow CDB with 15-year bonds

    Government-owned lenders capital needs could follow China Development Bank in issuing 15-year CNH bonds, but a lack of pricing arbitrage and interested investors will prevent a large number of such deals. Anita Davis reports.

    • 16 Jan 2012
  • Dim sum bond yields to stay firm

    Yields on offshore renminbi bonds will remain stable in 2012 thanks to robust investor demand in the face of a strong pipeline of deals, say analysts. Anita Davis reports.

    • 13 Jan 2012
  • Citi launches CNY trade settlement in Sri Lanka

    The investment bank has launched its renminbi settlement platform in Sri Lanka to eliminate cross-currency exchange risks as trade volumes between the two nations continue to grow.

    • 12 Jan 2012
  • Offshore renminbi IRS curve comes into view

    The three Hong Kong note issuing banks have begun providing offshore renminbi (CNH) HIBOR fixing rates, taking the market one step closer to a functioning CNH interest rate swap curve.

    • 05 Jan 2012
  • CNH’s long-term prospects look promising: DBS

    Renminbi cross-border trade settlement has become more attractive and issuance of dim sum bonds have quadrupled since 2010. These provide solid prospects for the future of the CNH, says the Singaporean bank.

    • 03 Jan 2012
  • Yen-renminbi trade a positive for Asia: Nomura

    The recent collaboration between China and Japan to promote the use of renminbi in trade and financial transactions could impact future trade invoicing in the region, believes the Japanese bank.

    • 03 Jan 2012