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Bond Market Blog

PG&E Bond Yields at Record Highs on Bankruptcy Plans

PG&E Corp, owner of the biggest US power utility according to the number of customers, saw nearly all of its roughly $18 billion of bonds trade sharply lower earlier in

Indian Oil Issues Largest Dollar Bond by Non-Bank Indian Corporate in 3 Years

State-backed oil producer Indian Oil set a benchmark with their jumbo dollar bond sale, raising working capital of US$900 million. This is the largest dollar bond by a non-bank corporate

Treasuries Rally Under Growth Warnings and Tepid Inflation Prospects

The benchmark 10-year U.S. government bond hit an 11-month low on 2 January of 2.62%, beginning the year down nearly 50% from its 2018 high of 3.25%, amid concerns about

General Electric Worries Pulls Down U.S Corporate Debt Market, Leading to Worst Year since 2008

General Electric Co, suffering staggering losses and asset write downs, has dragged down the U.S. investment-grade corporate debt market, causing its worst yearly performance since the financial crisis a decade ago.

Optimism for Asia Debt Market in 2019

Asia's dollar bond market is ending 2018 logging its worst performance since 2013. Fund managers, however, believe that strong fundamentals in many sectors and expectations of support from policy makers

US$800 million in New Debt Money Made Available for Restructured New Noble

As Noble Group's restructuring took effect on 20th December, a total US$800 million in new money debt, comprising of the New Trading Finance Facility, the New Hedging Support Facility and

Powell Cautions Against Rapid Rate Hikes as Economic Growth Risks Slowing

The U.S. Federal Reserve defied President Donald Trump to raise interest rates for the fourth time in 2018, by a quarter percentage point to 2.25% to 2.5%, at the recent

AB InBev Downgraded by Moody’s as it Struggles to Decrease Massive Debt Load

Anheuser-Busch InBev NV's senior unsecured debt ratings have been cut by Moody's to 'Baa1' from 'A3', putting the world's largest beermaker 3 steps from junk. AB InBev's liabilities had dramatically

The Fed Might Slow the Pace of Rate Hikes in 2019

Fed Governor Lael Brainard, speaking on the last day before officials enter a blackout period for public comment ahead of their 18-19 December meeting, reiterated an argument for more gradual

What is The Yield Curve Inversion and Should it Cause Panic?

The yield curve between the 2-year and 5-year U.S. Treasury inverted on Tuesday, causing some panic amongst investors, as an inverted yield curve has traditionally been the bond market's signal

What to Look for When Buying Bonds

For an investor looking to buy bonds for the first time, navigating the bond market could be tricky because of the varied terms used to describe the characteristics of any

India’s Yes Bank Bonds Fall Sharply Following Moody’s Cut to Junk Status

Yes Bank Ltd. saw its dollar bonds tumble by a record amount after Moody’s Investors Service cut its credit ratings to sub-invesment grade level.  The issuer's foreign currency issuer rating

Lippo Karawaci Troubles Send Jitters Through Singapore Dollar Bond Market

PT Lippo Karawaci, the Indonesian property developer controlled by South-east Asia's billionaire Riady family, has been the subject of a bribery inquiry, sending jitters reverberating through the Singapore dollar bond

Fed Chairman Highlights Possible Rate Pause After Only Two in 2019

Last week at the Dallas Fed, Chairman Jerome Powell, while generally upbeat about the U.S. economic outlook, laid out a scenario for pausing in the central bank’s trajectory of interest rate

Bond Yields – Explained

A bond’s yield or return is one of the key things that investors assess when evaluating the quality of a bond investment. However, there are many ways in which bond

Debut Green Bonds from The Netherlands Planned for 2019

The Netherlands is expected to be the first triple A-rated country to issue green bonds, when the sovereign completes its debut transaction next year. Government expenses of 3.5 to 5

S&P Leaves Ratings of the United Kingdom and Italy Unchanged

In more sovereign ratings news, Standard and Poor's affirmed the United Kingdom's long-term foreign currency debt rating "AA" last week. The rating agency said in their statement that the negative

Italy Downgraded by Moody’s to One Notch Above Junk On Bond Concerns

Moody’s Investors Service cut Italy’s credit rating by one notch to 'Baa3' from 'Baa2', with a stable outlook, one level above junk. This moves comes amid concerns about the sovereign's

Egypt Considering the Sale of Yen and Yuan Bonds Early Next Year

Egypt may issue in Japanese yen and Chinese yuan for the first time in the early part of 2019, to further diversify its funding sources and boost foreign fund inflows,

Debut Temasek Retail Bonds to Offer Fixed Coupon of 2.7%

Temasek, the Singapore government-linked investment company, is selling S$200 million of 5-year bonds in its first public bond offering for retail investors. Rated Aaa by Moody's and AAA by S&P,

Key Features

#1 Transparent Bond Prices

Two-way bond prices – at your fingertips!

#2 News – Curated for the bond investor

Artificial intelligence powered news engine to help you make informed investment decisions.
BondEvalue emerged as the 2017 Asia-Pacific champion of the IBM Watson Build Competition. The award was given to BondEvalue for successful implementation of an artificial intelligence-based fixed income news engine.

#3 New Bond Issue Alerts

Stay updated on the primary markets – from new bond deal alerts to pricing on the secondary market post issuance

#4 Bond Screener

Find the right bond for you by filtering for bonds based on country, currency, tenor, yield, etc.

Bond Market Blog

PG&E Bond Yields at Record Highs on Bankruptcy Plans

PG&E Corp, owner of the biggest US power utility according to the number of customers, saw nearly all of its roughly $18 billion of bonds trade sharply lower earlier in the week after the company announced it was preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection....

Indian Oil Issues Largest Dollar Bond by Non-Bank Indian Corporate in 3 Years

State-backed oil producer Indian Oil set a benchmark with their jumbo dollar bond sale, raising working capital of US$900 million. This is the largest dollar bond by a non-bank corporate out of India since June 2015, when Bharti Airtel raised US$1 billion from a...

Treasuries Rally Under Growth Warnings and Tepid Inflation Prospects

The benchmark 10-year U.S. government bond hit an 11-month low on 2 January of 2.62%, beginning the year down nearly 50% from its 2018 high of 3.25%, amid concerns about a global growth slowdown.  Investors had switched into safe-haven investments like Treasuries and...

General Electric Worries Pulls Down U.S Corporate Debt Market, Leading to Worst Year since 2008

General Electric Co, suffering staggering losses and asset write downs, has dragged down the U.S. investment-grade corporate debt market, causing its worst yearly performance since the financial crisis a decade ago.  The $120 billion of bonds outstanding for the...

Optimism for Asia Debt Market in 2019

Asia's dollar bond market is ending 2018 logging its worst performance since 2013. Fund managers, however, believe that strong fundamentals in many sectors and expectations of support from policy makers in several countries could mean certain areas of the market...

US$800 million in New Debt Money Made Available for Restructured New Noble

As Noble Group's restructuring took effect on 20th December, a total US$800 million in new money debt, comprising of the New Trading Finance Facility, the New Hedging Support Facility and the Increase Trade Finance Facility, has been made available to New Noble, the...

Powell Cautions Against Rapid Rate Hikes as Economic Growth Risks Slowing

The U.S. Federal Reserve defied President Donald Trump to raise interest rates for the fourth time in 2018, by a quarter percentage point to 2.25% to 2.5%, at the recent FOMC meetings on 18-19 December. The FOMC vote was unanimous, with all four of the Fed governors...

AB InBev Downgraded by Moody’s as it Struggles to Decrease Massive Debt Load

Anheuser-Busch InBev NV's senior unsecured debt ratings have been cut by Moody's to 'Baa1' from 'A3', putting the world's largest beermaker 3 steps from junk. AB InBev's liabilities had dramatically increased in part due to its 2016 acquisition of SABMiller. The...

The Fed Might Slow the Pace of Rate Hikes in 2019

Fed Governor Lael Brainard, speaking on the last day before officials enter a blackout period for public comment ahead of their 18-19 December meeting, reiterated an argument for more gradual rate hikes in the "near term", a message that her colleagues have also...

What is The Yield Curve Inversion and Should it Cause Panic?

The yield curve between the 2-year and 5-year U.S. Treasury inverted on Tuesday, causing some panic amongst investors, as an inverted yield curve has traditionally been the bond market's signal of a recession.  The market fears that a yield curve inversion would mean...

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