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Under pressure to cut a $49 billion bad-debt mountain, India's state-owned banks are reversing years of lax recovery efforts with creative collection tactics.
Gun maker Colt filed for bankruptcy protection and has put itself up for auction with an unusual opening bid: Zero dollars.
China's online money market funds have transformed how millions of Chinese invest their savings, but some see red flags. The FT reports.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on home owners that are deep underwater and 52% of underwater borrowers owe more on loans than the value of their home.
James McCormack, Fitch global head of sovereign ratings, weighs in on Greece's new reform plan.
A China infrastructure tycoon who is suing local governments for failing to pay their bills said he reached settlement deals. The Financial Times reports.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on concerns regarding Greece repayments. Alberto Gallo, Royal Bank of Scotland, gives perspective.
Companies are gearing up for a plethora of share buybacks, but investors may want to look past the short-term boost to a potential sell signal.
Alexandra Lebenthal, Lebenthal Holdings CEO, discusses buyer risks and investing in Puerto Rico debt.
Moody's head of leveraged finance Christina Padgett says stock-friendly moves are bad news for bondholders.
Across Asia, governments are trying to boost renewables' share of the energy mix, but often, there's one big obstacle holding projects back: money.
While corporate bonds may not look terribly attractive amid rising rate expectations, Goldman tips a good performance – but only in the short term.
Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, is due to meet German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, to discuss debt negotiations. CNBC's Annette Weisbach discusses what to expect.
Volatility has become a market hallmark this year and investors across Asia are grappling with a slew of issues. Here are the top five themes.
Insight to the second largest corporate debt issuance in the history of the market, with John Koudounis, Mizuho USA CEO.
Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein told CNBC he is not waiting for oil to hit a bottom before investing in beaten-up energy companies.
Christopher Yip, director of Corporate Ratings at Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, discusses Chinese developer Kaisa's restructuring plan for its onshore debt.
A jump in homebuilder Kaisa's debt levels has left investors worried that leverage at other Chinese developers could be much higher than estimated.
Consumers are turning to credit unions more and more for loans as credit at traditional banks remains tight. CNBC.com Finance Editor Jeff Cox reports.
Some are asking why Apple is selling Swiss franc bonds, but the more apt question may be: Why not?