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  • China's debt load is worrying investors and observers.

    China vowed on Tuesday to contain high company debt levels and further cut excess coal and steel capacity, as Beijing attempts to maintain solid and more balanced economic growth while avoiding destabilizing asset bubbles.

  • *China vows to cap corporate debt ratios at current levels. BEIJING, Jan 10- China vowed on Tuesday to contain high company debt levels and further cut excess coal and steel capacity, as Beijing attempts to maintain solid and more balanced economic growth while avoiding destabilising asset bubbles. China's credit growth has been "very fast" by global standards,...

  • MILAN/ PARIS, Jan 9- Alitalia and its shareholders presented their latest business plan to Italy's government on Monday, paving the way for crunch talks with unions over up to 2,000 job cuts that could decide the future of the struggling carrier. Italy's flag carrier approved on Dec. 22 a short-term financing deal and a new strategy, including job cuts, that allowed...

  • *Le Pen has pledged to ditch euro, change debt denomination. LONDON, Jan 6- Should France ditch the single currency under a president Le Pen, redenominating nearly 2 trillion euros of government bonds in "new francs" could be legally straightforward, but hundreds of billions of corporate debt would be left in limbo. Such a scenario became a possibility this week...

  • *Bankers expect to maintain loans despite credit downgrades. TOKYO, Jan 6- Toshiba Corp plans to meet with creditor banks on Tuesday to explain how it is addressing a massive charge that the Japanese company says it must take on its U.S. nuclear business, three bankers briefed on the meeting said. Toshiba, still recovering from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal in...

  • TOKYO, Jan 6- Toshiba Corp plans to meet with creditor banks on Tuesday to explain how it is addressing a massive charge the company says it must take on its U.S. nuclear business, two bankers briefed on the meeting said. The bankers told Reuters they expect creditors will agree not to call in loans while they discuss steps to aid the laptops-to-engineering...

  • Jan 4- Boeing Co said on Wednesday it had received a firm order for 75 of its 737 MAX 8 aircraft, valued at $8.25 billion at list prices, from General Electric Co's commercial aircraft leasing and financing arm. Through December 20, it had booked 470 net orders. On Dec. 27, Delta Air Lines said it was cancelling an order for 18 Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

  • Jan 4- Boeing Co said on Wednesday it had received an order for 75 of its 737 MAX 8 aircraft, valued at $8.25 billion at list prices, from General Electric Co's commercial aircraft leasing and financing arm. The deal increases firm orders from GE Capital Aviation Services for the latest generation of Boeing's best-selling 737 aircraft to 170, Boeing said.

  • Jan 4- Boeing Co said on Wednesday it had received an order for 75 of its 737 MAX 8 aircraft, valued at $8.25 billion at list prices, from General Electric Co's commercial aircraft leasing and financing arm.

  • Jan 3- Jefferies Group LLC has hired four senior Credit Suisse AG loan team members, according to people familiar with the matter, reflecting anticipation for new trading opportunities around leveraged finance. The hires include Credit Suisse veteran Jonathan Moneypenny, who will co-head global leveraged finance capital markets alongside Brian Wolfe.

  • China has same problems as other developed countries: Expert

    Kumar Palghat at Kapstream Capital looks at China's problems with non-performing loans.

  • Dire warning from top investor

    Tad Rivelle, TCW CIO for fixed income, discusses why he foresees the next recession due to the high levels of corporate debt.

  • China's debt load is worrying investors and observers.

    China’s economic transition has caused a problem for the government — how to avert a sharp slowdown while keeping a lid on debt.

  • Interns from around the city protest near the Senate steps to urge the Senate to act on a House passed bill, Smarter Solutions for Students Act, which would prevent student loan interest rates from doubling.

    Wells Fargo and Amazon said they had ended a partnership to offer discounted student loans to the online retailer's "Prime Student" customers.

  • Tesla investor on bond buy

    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.

  • Diamond: SCTY bond deal 'troubling governance move'

    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.

  • Musk's backing of SolarCity

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the details of Elon Musk's and the Rive brothers' deal for SolarCity's debt.

  • Is the UK now an attractive place to issue corporate debt?

    Alix Stewart, fund manager at Schroders, talks about the impact of a weaker sterling and Bank of England policy on corporate bond issuance.

  • China Bonds

    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.