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  • 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.

  • *Treasuries compete with $18 bln of Apple, Shell deals. NEW YORK, May 6- U.S. Treasuries fell on Wednesday, weighed down by a global slide in government bond markets that pushed yields to 2015 peaks and large bond sales by Apple Inc and Royal Dutch Shell.

  • *Treasuries compete with $18 bln of Apple, Shell deals. NEW YORK, May 6- U.S. Treasuries fell on Wednesday, weighed down by a global slide in government bond markets that pushed yields to 2015 peaks and large bond sales by Apple Inc and Royal Dutch Shell.

  • NEW YORK, May 6- U.S. Treasuries fell on Wednesday, weighed down by a global slide in government bond markets that is pushing yields to 2015 peaks and competing corporate bond sales by Apple Inc and others. Germany's 10- year yield hit a 2015 high just under 0.6 percent.

  • Banks: Delay reporting these bond trades Monday, 27 Apr 2015 | 10:09 AM ET
    Bond traders

    U.S. banks are pushing for a delay of the reporting of corporate bond trades to avoid liquidity related issues.

  • Moody's on shareholders vs. bondholders   Wednesday, 22 Apr 2015 | 5:13 PM ET
    Moody's on shareholders vs. bondholders

    Moody's head of leveraged finance Christina Padgett says stock-friendly moves are bad news for bondholders.

  • Judge Thomas Griesa came in response to a request by holdout investor NML Ltd, an affiliate of hedge fund Elliott Management, that Deutsche Bank turn over details of the U.S. dollar-denominated debt offering held this week.

  • *Firm warned investors on April 16 about possibly missing payment. SHANGHAI, April 21- A power company in China failed to make an interest payment on a bond on Tuesday marking the first time a state-owned firm has been allowed to default and adding to evidence that Beijing is slowly withdrawing its sovereign guarantee of low-quality bonds.

  • SHANGHAI, April 21- The deadline for Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric Co Ltd to make an interest payment on a bond due on Tuesday passed without payment, a China bond clearinghouse official said, marking the first default by a state-owned firm. Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric is a subsidiary of the Baoding Tianwei Group, which owns 23 percent of the listed...

  • SHANGHAI, April 21- China looks set to see its first default by a state-owned firm after Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric Co Ltd said it had not raised enough funds to make a bond interest payment due on Tuesday. "The probability of making the payment has become highly uncertain," a notice posted by the company on the website of China's bond clearinghouse stated...

  • Why Kaisa’s default isn’t a sign of more to come Tuesday, 21 Apr 2015 | 2:10 AM ET

    Despite fears Kaisa's bond default may herald of a wave of more to come from China, the developer's troubles may be more of a one-off soap opera.

  • SHANGHAI, April 21- China's Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric Co Ltd said it has not yet raised enough funds to make a bond interest rate payment due later on Tuesday. "As of the time of this announcment, our company has not yet raised the funds to pay interest, and the probability of making the payment has become highly uncertain," a notice posted by the company on the...

  • SHANGHAI, April 20- Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric Co. Ltd said it has not yet raised enough funds to make a bond interest rate payment due later on Tuesday. The company made the announcement on the website of China's bond clearinghouse. The firm, a subsidiary of state-owned China South Industries Group Corporation, warned investors on April 16 that it might...

  • If nobody likes bonds, who’s buying? Sunday, 19 Apr 2015 | 6:53 PM ET

    It's a conundrum: bonds aren't likely to win a popularity contest any time soon, but analysts don't expect investor demand will slack off.

  • MILAN, April 14- Italian holding group Exor said on Tuesday it had received several non-binding expressions of interest for U.S.-based real estate company Cushman& Wakefield, and the potential buyers were looking over its books. The outcome of the process to shed the asset, in which Exor holds an 81 percent stake, was uncertain at this point, the company said in a...

  • Energy junk bonds find eager buyers Wednesday, 8 Apr 2015 | 6:51 PM ET
    An oil worker in Mentone, Texas.

    The dangers stalking the oil industry are already reflected in the price of US energy junk bonds. Financial Times reports.