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Turkey Raises Rates by 2%; Evergrande Bonds Slump on Default Rumors & Lowered Outlook; Strong ESG Bond Supply Continues

S&P, which has been leading Asian markets, ended marginally higher by 0.3% with most sectors in the green. 10Y US Treasury yields were slightly changed and Asian equities are higher

China Huarong Launches $ Bond; US Junk Issuance at Record High of $329.8bn; China to Ease Laws for Foreign Inv in Bonds

US stocks once again took a turn for the worse, falling 2.4% with tech and energy being the culprits again down over 3% and 4.5%. Apple and Amazon were both

TSMC, KNOC, Kaisa Launch $ Bonds; Italian Bond Yields Fall on Regional Election Results; Pemex & Sri Lanka Dollar Bonds Fall

S&P ended 1.05% higher led by tech and most sectors barring financials and energy, which lagged ~1%. Amazon led big-name tech, up by 5.7% while Facebook and Microsoft closed higher

CDB, Power Construction Launch $ Bonds; Julius Baer Pulls AT1 Deal; Banks’ Stocks & Bonds Fall After Reports of Illicit Flows

S&P ended 1.16% lower after making a late stage recovery as Nasdaq100 made back losses earlier in the day to end 0.40% up – major drag was seen in financials,

Julius Baer, CCB, Shandong Marine Launch $ Bonds; Spain’s Outlook Lowered; Country Garden Upgraded to Baa3

US stocks fell further with the S&P ending 1.12% lower on Friday, quadruple witching day – the day when index futures, index options, stock options and stock futures expire. Apple,

ECB Relaxes Leverage Ratio for Banks; Spain’s Caixa & Bankia Get Board Approval for Merger; Turkish Lira Falls to Record Low

US stocks had another down session with S&P ending 0.84% lower while the 10Y Treasury yields were almost unchanged after moving 4bp lower mid-day. Laggards again included big tech like

CCB, Aoyuan Launch Bonds; Fed Dot Plot Shows Low Rates Through 2023; Delta Issues Largest Airline Debt; Argentina Tightens FX Policy

The Fed Meeting showed dot plots of 2023 for the first time (click here for the older dot plot) with rates projected to be unchanged for the next three years.

ICBC, Trafigura Launch $ Bonds; ABN, Rabobank, Europcar Downgraded; China SOEs on Pentagon List Raise $4.3bn in Bonds

Better economic data improved sentiment and lifted US and European markets as the FOMC meeting got underway. US factory output climbed 1% and Germany's ZEW economic sentiment index came at

Hyundai, Bangkok Bank, AVIC Launch $ Bonds; UBS Mulls Merger with Credit Suisse; Delta to Raise $6.5bn via Mileage Prog Backed Debt

Wall Street gained overnight after more than a week of losses on news that drugmakers are making progress on coronavirus vaccines. AstraZeneca announced the resumption of its advanced clinical trials

CapitaLand, BOC, ChemChina, SMFG Launch Bonds; Turkey Downgraded to B2; LVMH Pulls Out of $16bn Tiffany Acquisition

Mixed session on Friday as a lack of news failed to give any strong direction. Technology stocks suffered for another day with the Nasdaq down 0.6% but the S&P was

Status Quo at The ECB Meeting; Nissan Raises $8bn via Four Trancher; Tsinghua Unigroup Bonds Fall on Possible US Sanctions

Wall Street dropped on Thursday led by technology stocks as US weekly jobless data showed sluggishness in the pace of the economic recovery. Initial claims came unchanged at 884,000 (above

Nissan, ENN, Guangzhou Metro Launch $ Bonds; Raizen to Acquire Dreyfus Unit; Tullow Warns of Default

Following a 10% correction on Nasdaq in the last few days, the index saw investors come back to buy up relatively cheaper technology stocks triggering a 2.7% rally. Apple, Microsoft

Korea, AIA, Transurban Launch $ Bonds; EDF Raises €4.5bn via Green Converts & Perps; Gol’s Bonds Trade Up on Improving Domestic Demand

Technology stocks led a sharp sell-off overnight. Investors in the US returned after the Labor Day holiday feeling bearish and in the mood for profit taking mostly because of the

UOB, BOC Aviation, HDB Launch Bonds; Ryanair Planning a Euro Bond Issue; SMIC Likely to be Put on US Blacklist

With the US on holiday due to Labor Day, Asian markets can get support this morning from a sizable rally in the European markets on growing hopes for a coronavirus

Logos, Keppel Launch S$ Bonds; UK Hires Bank to Help with Rescue of Tata Steel; Softbank Took $30bn Bet on US Stocks

Friday saw a volatile session with major indices ending in the red after a mixed US Non Farm Payrolls number that came out at +1.371mn vs an expected +1.4mn. Unemployment

Chinese Developers Face Liquidity Test; Teva, Nordstrom, Sappi Downgraded; Macy’s Q2 Earnings Beat Estimates

Wall Street witnessed its worst trading session since June as profit booking and reality checks kicked in. The Nasdaq Composite fell by a massive 4.96% led by an 8%, 6.2%

CK Asset, First Pacific, BOCOM Launch $ Bonds; Germany Raises €6.5bn via Debut Green Bond; Tesla Plans $5bn Share Sale

Despite a disappointing ADP employment report (428,000 vs 950,000 expected), Wall Street continued its rally setting new record highs overnight. Factory orders for August were up 6.4% vs an expected

OCBC US, China Merchants Bank, BOSC Launch $ Bonds; Chinese Government Bonds Likely To Be Included In WGBI Later This Month, Triggering Huge Inflows

WallStreet continues the rally with encouraging economic data and progress in the US fiscal stimulus talks making major indices hit new records. The US ISM manufacturing index for August rose

ICBC Singapore, Fujian Yango Launch $ Bonds; Argentina Gets Near-Unanimous Backing For Deal Restructuring; BUMA’s Credit Quality Under Moody’s Lens

Western markets ended the month on a mixed note with huge rallies in Apple and Tesla that surged 3.4% and 12.6% respectively after their stock splits. This caused the Nasdaq

Nan Fung, Modern Land Launch $ Bonds; Reliance Acquires Future Group for $3.37bn; 65% Bonds Traded Up in August

Asian markets are expected to open higher this morning after Friday saw strength on Wall Street with major indices continuing to hit new highs. Sentiment was positive with an uptick

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