NEW YORK, Nov 2- Investors poured $3.9 billion into U.S.-based bond funds, a trade group's data showed on Wednesday, dealing the funds their 17th straight week of netting new cash shortly before a major corporate debt selloff. Bonds have been a popular bet this year, winning $123 billion from U.S.-based mutual fund investors and $70 billion for exchange-traded...
BEIJING, Nov 2- Commodity trader Guangdong Zhenrong Energy Co. Ltd is in talks to secure funding for a $5.5 billion plan to upgrade a Caribbean oil refinery and build a natural gas terminal, giving China a foothold in a strategic oil hub. The project, which the state-owned firm aims to lead with support from the country's oil majors, would give the world's No.2 oil...
Tilton, the founder of private equity firm Patriarch Partners, told an SEC administrative law judge in Manhattan that investors were routinely provided information allowing them to know what steps she was taking with regard to those companies. The SEC has accused Tilton of defrauding investors in the three collateralized loan obligation funds by...
Tad Rivelle, TCW CIO for fixed income, discusses why he foresees the next recession due to the high levels of corporate debt.
China’s economic transition has caused a problem for the government — how to avert a sharp slowdown while keeping a lid on debt.
Wells Fargo and Amazon said they had ended a partnership to offer discounted student loans to the online retailer's "Prime Student" customers.
Joe Dennison, Zevenbergen Capital Investments Associate Portfolio Manager, discusses the SolarCity bond offering to Elon Musk and his cousins the Rive brothers. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Stephen Diamond, Professor at Santa Clara University’s School of Law, discusses SolarCity's bond offering to Elon Musk and the Rive brothers, and what corporate governance issues surround the merger between Musk's Tesla and SolarCity.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the details of Elon Musk's and the Rive brothers' deal for SolarCity's debt.
Alix Stewart, fund manager at Schroders, talks about the impact of a weaker sterling and Bank of England policy on corporate bond issuance.
Beijing appears willing to let some of the state-owned enterprises and local bond investors take a haircut, says NAB's Mark Todd.
Central bankers from the U.S., India and Malaysia pointed to debt as a key factor holding back the global economic recovery from the financial crisis.
Dagong Chairman Guan Jianzhong recommends that Beijing sets up a transparent credit rating system to guide the economy towards sustainable debt.
S&P Global Ratings' Terry Chan says there are growing concerns about high-yield corporate debt in China and leveraged finance in the U.S.
Business debt is projected to hit $75-trillion by 2020, according to S&P Global Ratings.
Fully 100 companies have defaulted on debt so far this year, 50 percent more than for the same period in 2015.
China's manufacturing data were disappointing, and Beijing will likely have to introduce fiscal stimulus and cut interest rates, says Commerzbank's Hao Zhou.
Citi Private Bank's Steven Wieting says central bank policies have been more effective in the credit markets than in FX markets.
Brian Jacobsen, Wells Fargo Fund Management Chief Portfolio Strategist, discusses the U.K. exposure for the U.S. energy sector and where investors may be able to find yield going forward.
David Stubbs, global markets strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses the potential problem of firms issuing debt to fund share buybacks.