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Korea LH, Gansu Provincial Launch $ Bonds; China to Sanction Boeing, Lockheed on Arms Sales to Taiwan; State-Backed Parent of BMW’s China JV Partner Defaults on Local Bond
US equities fell with the S&P down 1.9% and Nasdaq lower by 1.6% - energy and industrial sectors fell the most, by 3.5% and 2.5% respectively. Increased Covid-19 cases and
Sri Lanka’s $ Bonds Slump on US Pressure; Amazon Gets Stay on Future-Reliance Deal; SSAB Rumored to Merge with Tata Steel Europe
S&P and Nasdaq ended marginally higher by 0.3% on Friday. Barring the energy sector, others were in the green. The upcoming week sees big tech, the likes of Apple, Amazon
Jiaxing Launches $ Bonds; Turkey Keeps Rates Unchanged; WeWork Downgraded; Bailout for Pemex; Goldman Sachs Fined
US equities ended a choppy session up 0.5% with the energy sector up 4% and financials up 2%. US bond yields continued to inch higher with House Speaker Pelosi mentioning
Times, Powerlong, Wens Food Launch $ Bonds; Oman Raises $2bn via Bonds; Tesla Reports Record Operating Income
S&P ended marginally lower by 0.2%. Energy and industrials were down over 1% while communication services were up 1%. Intel, American Airlines and Coca Cola are scheduled to report earnings
Sinochem, Greentown, ICD Launch $ Bonds; EU’s New Bonds Get Record Demand of $275bn; Sri Lanka’s $ Bonds Tank
US equities inched higher with the S&P up 0.5% led by the energy and financials sector up ~1% each. Tesla’s is scheduled to publish quarterly results after market close today.
Foxconn, Everbright, CapitaLand Launch Bonds; EU, Oman & ICD Hire Bankers for New Bond; Softbank’s Stock & Bonds Trade Up
US stock markets fell yesterday with the S&P down 1.6%. Tech heavyweights like Apple, Amazon and Microsoft were down over 2% each. Netflix is scheduled to report earnings after market
Suntec REIT, CDB Launch S$/$ Bonds; UK, Oman, Genting Downgraded; Boeing 737 Max Gets Approval to Fly
After moving ~1% higher mid-day, S&P ended flat on Friday. The energy sector lagged, down over 2% while utilities and healthcare were up over 1%. This week sees Intel, Tesla,
China Minsheng Launches $ Bond; Country Garden Raises $1bn via Bonds; Credit Agricole Rumored to Merge With Banco BPM
US equities recovered early losses (1% down) with S&P ending 0.15% lower - financials and energy were higher by ~1% while healthcare and IT were down ~0.5%. Morgan Stanley topped
11 New $ Bonds Launched; Lenovo Gets IG Rating from The 3 Majors; Rolls Royce Raises $2.6bn via Bonds
S&P ended 0.7% lower with consumer discretionary, real estate and financials dragging the index, all down over 1%. Nasdaq was down 0.9% with Amazon falling 2.3% and Facebook 1.6% lower.
2020 has been a record-setting year for the bond markets, particularly in terms of new bond issues. We have seen new records being set and subsequently broken time and again
China, BEA & Comm Bank of Dubai Launch $ Bonds; Evergrande Raises $555mn via Shares; Sri Lanka Looking to Raise $500mn from Chinese Lenders
S&P took a breather, ending lower by 0.6% after four days of rally with financials and energy sectors leading the move. Apple ended 2.6% lower while falling almost 7% mid-day
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China Merchants, Shinhan Card Launch $ Bonds; Deutsche’s AT1s & Tesla Upgraded; All But One Vedanta Bonds Fall; Lenders Reduce Exposure to Evergrande
S&P trended up by 1.6% led by tech and consumer discretionary sectors, which were higher by ~2.5%. Apple and Amazon were up 6.3% and 4.8% respectively ahead of their respective
JSW Steel, Fosun, Logan Launch $ Bonds; Vedanta’s Delisting Efforts Fail; Weibo Downgraded to Baa2; Saudi’s NCB Merges With Samba
S&P ended up 0.9% on Friday led by tech and consumer discretionary sectors up ~1.5%. 10Y US Treasury yields moved 3bp higher mid-day but came back to end almost unchanged.
Pemex Returns with $1.5bn 5Y Bond; Evergrande Reports Sales of $21bn; Serba Dinamik Launches Tender for $ Sukuk
US equities made another leap higher with the S&P up 0.8%. The energy sector led most of the gains going up 3.8% while utilities and financials were up 1.8% and
Kasikornbank Launches $ AT1; JLR Raised $700mn via 5NC2 Bond; Santander’s Euro Perp Jumps on Redemption Speculation
A day after disappointment from Trump on calling off negotiations for a relief bill, US equities moved higher by 1.7% with Nasdaq higher by 1.9%, industrials and consumer discretionary sectors
Agile Launches $ Bond; Congress Report Calls for Restructuring of Big Tech; San Miguel Plans to Re-Enter Airlines
US equities dropped yesterday with S&P down 1.4% as tech (down 1.6%) and other sectors fell after Trump halted negotiations with Democrats on the Covid-relief stimulus until after the elections.
Baidu, Thai EximBank Launch $ Bonds; JSW to Issue $ Bonds; Mexico Govt’s New Inv Plan Focuses on Pemex; JLR Sales Improve; ArcelorMittal Tender Offer
S&P rallied over 1.8% led by tech, energy and financial sectors. Nasdaq Composite was up 2.3% with big tech companies up 2-3% while banking and energy were up 1.6% and
Jingye Exploring a Takeover of Tata Steel UK; Lippo Wins Approval for Mall Sale to LMIRT; Malaysia Airlines Warns of Cash Crunch
President Trump testing positive for Covid-19 led S&P lower by ~1% on Friday though equities recovered some of the initial losses at the open. Major tech stocks like Amazon and
Trump Tests Positive for Covid-19; Rolls Royce to Raise $6.4bn via Stock & Debt; Rating Actions on CapitaLand After Approved Merger
US equities ended slightly higher by 0.5% even as tech led the way with NASDAQ up 1.4%.The Institute of Supply Management (ISM) Manufacturing number printed at 55.4 indicating pick-up in