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  • Asia renewable bond market set for takeoff: ADB Monday, 22 Jun 2015 | 9:34 PM ET
    Cows graze in front of wind turbines at the Bharat Light & Power Amberi wind farms in Rewalkawadi, Maharashtra, India.

    Renewable energy bond issuance is set to take off in Asia as new regulations push banks to step back from extending loans to projects, the ADB said.

  • In a response to AirAsia shares falling to five-year lows, the CEO said the group plans to issue as much as $150 million in convertible bonds at each of its Philippine and Indonesian associates. Fernandes, who has led AirAsia's rise to a billion-dollar business from a two-plane operation in 2002, wrote in his letter that the company may also sell and lease back up...

  • Is it time to get out of junk bonds? Sunday, 14 Jun 2015 | 8:30 PM ET

    Yield chasers have plowed into junk bonds, but with rate hikes looking increasingly likely, it may be time to head for the exit, analysts said.

  • Huge growth in China’s money funds poses risk Sunday, 14 Jun 2015 | 2:43 AM ET

    China's online money market funds have transformed how millions of Chinese invest their savings, but some see red flags. The FT reports.

  • Hunt for returns forces funds into EM debt Saturday, 13 Jun 2015 | 1:50 AM ET
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Record low rates are forcing pension funds and other conservative institutional investors into risky emerging markets, analysts say. The FT reports.

  • NEW YORK, June 12- Global corporate bond defaults are running at their fastest pace, year-to-date, since 2009, Standard& Poor's said in a study published on Friday. More than half of the 2015 defaults are in the United States, the study showed. "We have clearly hit a fair amount of volatility in the market right now," Diane Vazza, head of global fixed income research at...

  • NEW YORK, June 12- Overstock.com Inc may soon expand its first private offering of digital bonds from $25 million to as much as $200 million after its initial offering was significantly oversubscribed, Chief Executive Officer Patrick Byrne said. "At 5 percent, I would definitely take the $200 million," he said. Overstock was the first U.S. company with annual sales...

  • How the Fed screwed up the bond market Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 2:39 PM ET
    The Federal Reserve Building in Washington, D.C.

    Recent weeks have marked a heightened level of concern that the real challenges for bonds are closer than any time since the financial crisis.

  • *Picks Fransi Capital, GIB Capital, NCB Capital for deal. DUBAI, June 9- Saudi Arabia's Al Othaim Real Estate and Investment Co, owner of five shopping malls in the kingdom, has revived plans to issue a debut local currency Islamic bond, probably after the summer, two sources aware of the matter said on Tuesday. Also known as Othaim Malls, the firm has picked the...

  • SHANGHAI, June 8- China's Guangxi Non-Ferrous Metals Group Co. Ltd., a state-owned metal producer controlled by the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China, warned on Monday that it might miss a payment on a bond maturing on June 13. The default risk was related to a 1.3 billion yuan 4.48 percent coupon medium term note issued in 2012, the firm said in a...

  • Michael Thompson, Pimco's Singapore- based executive vice-president, told Reuters that Pimco's Income Fund invested in Australian bonds for their appealing yields- despite the risk posed by the currency. California- based Pimco, full name Pacific Investment Management Co, had assets $9.4 billion under management in the Income Fund at end-April.

  • SHANGHAI, May 28- Zhuhai Zhongfu Enterprise Co. Ltd, a Chinese bottle manufacturer, is poised to become the fourth firm to publicly default in China's onshore bond markets today. The firm has not raised sufficient funds to fully repay principal and interest due to investors on May 28, company statements posted on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange website on May 27...

  • Goldman turns bearish on credit and oil Thursday, 21 May 2015 | 11:33 AM ET
    Oil traders on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange.

    Credit markets are likely to face heightened short-term volatility, while oil prices will revisit recent lows, according to Goldman Sachs.

  • *April FOMC minutes support view June rate hike unlikely Greece debt concerns spurred earlier safety bids for bonds. *Nearly $40 bln corporate bonds sold so far this week- IFR. NEW YORK, May 20- U.S.

  • *America Movil first bought KPN stake in 2012. AMSTERDAM/ LONDON, May 20- Mexican telecoms group America Movil completed a 3 billion euros sale of bonds exchangeable for KPN shares, leading to a possible exit by the Dutch firm's largest shareholder after three difficult years. "America Movil has received cash today for the value of that stake, then they look five...

  • SHANGHAI, May 20- Holders of a medium term note on which state-owned Baoding Tianwei Group missed a payment in April, including bond underwriter China Construction Bank, have asked Tianwei's parent company to guarantee the bond unconditionally. Tianwei's bondholders asked China's National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors to...

  • IFC eyes Panda bond issue in China this year Tuesday, 19 May 2015 | 2:05 AM ET

    BEIJING, May 19- The International Finance Corp, the World Bank's private-sector arm, plans to sell so-called yuan denominated Panda bonds in China this year and is awaiting regulatory approval, a top official at the agency said on Tuesday. Jingdong Hua, vice president and treasurer of the International Finance Corp, said the IFC is having "close discussions" with...

  • Last month, solar producer Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric became China's first ever state-owned company to default on a bond coupon payment, showing Beijing's increasing willingness to let companies go bust in a bid to reform its corporate market. Although onshore and offshore bondholders have equal standing in China's bankruptcy law, lawyers and...

  • NEW YORK, May 11- The rebound in oil prices since mid-March is paying off for holders of corporate bonds of energy companies, and investors are confident that they will outperform Treasuries this year, despite lingering risks. "Treasuries are significantly overpriced in the current market while energy bonds are cheap," said Kevin Dachille, institutional...

  • SAO PAULO, May 7- Votorantim Cimentos SA on Thursday became the first Brazilian company to tap international bond markets since November, after clinching the sale of 500 million euros in 10- year debt. Proceeds from the deal will be used to repurchase a $303 million euro bond due in 2017, Chief Financial Officer Lorival Luz said in a phone interview from London.