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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.

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Established in 2016, BondEvalue is the first to develop a mobile platform exclusively for bond investors. We are bond specialists with a passion for simplifying bond markets for investors

Bond Market Blog

China sells $6 Billion in Dollar Bonds, Double Initial Target

China's Ministry of Finance issued $6 billion worth of dollar-denominated bonds earlier this week, less than a month after its €4 billion sale of euro-denominated notes. Both transactions were well

China Cuts Short-Term Rates for First Time in 4 Years, Signalling Further Global Easing

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) lowered one of its key interest rates for the first time since 2015, signaling further easing across the globe. China's central bank cut its

Ecuador Bonds Sink to Record Low Amid Doubts Over Repayment

Ecuador's dollar bonds slumped to a record low amid doubts over repayment, as hopes of more loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) become diminished. The country's Congress had rejected

State-Backed Chinese Chipmaker Tsinghua Unigroup’s Bonds Selloff, Highlighting Investor Concerns

Tsinghua Unigroup Co., one of China’s most strategically important technology companies, has seen the price of its dollar-denominated bonds sink as investors expressed fears over the chipmaker's financial health. Its

Where Can Bond Investors Find Bond Prices?

Before we get into details about where investors can find bond prices, it is important to understand how bonds are traded and how the trading process is different from stocks.

China Issues Euro Bonds for the First Time in 15 Years

China sold bonds denominated in euros for the first time in 15 years, in a bid to lessen its reliance on US dollar funding. The 3-part debt deal, €2 billion

BondEvalue Unveils BondbloX – World’s First Blockchain-Based Bond Exchange

Press Release 4 November 2019 Platform to launch via the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Sandbox Express BondEvalue to make bonds accessible by reducing denominations to US$1,000 Singapore, 4 November 2019

Fed Lowers Interest Rates But Signals Future Pause in Rate Cuts

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) voted to lower its benchmark funds rate, which governs what banks charge each other for overnight lending and also most forms of revolving consumer

HY Bonds Outperform in Sept Amid Record 9M19 Issuance

The month of September was mixed for bond investors with 41% of bonds in the BEV universe having a positive price return (ex-coupon), while 59% delivered a negative price return.

India’s Yes Bank Bonds Sell-off After Shares Collapsed

Yes Bank Ltd., one of India’s largest private sector lenders, saw its dollar bonds sell-off by a record 5.5 cents to 80.9 cents on the dollar, the lowest since the

Close to 10 billion of China Offshore Bonds Due in 2020, Prompting Fears of Record Bond Defaults

A record amount of China offshore bond defaults could hit the markets next year as close to US$10 billion in dollar debt from the country matures. US$8.6 billion of offshore

Hong Kong’s Rating Outlook by Moody’s Turns Negative

Hong Kong’s rating outlook has been downgraded by Moody’s to “negative” from “stable” as a result of the weakening of the Special Administrative Region’s (SAR’s) institutions amid ongoing protests in

Flight to Quality Continues for Bond Investors

Bond investors continued to move towards safety and quality amid negative sentiment world over. US President Trump upped the ante on the trade war with additional tariffs on US$ 300

Egypt to Issue up to US$7 Billion Offshore Bonds by 2020

Egypt plans to issue US$3 billion to US$7 billion of international bonds by the end of its 2020 financial year. The sovereign had borrowed heavily from overseas sources since a

US Ultra-Long Treasury Bonds Likely to Meet Resistance

The U.S. government's most recent re-look at plans to issue treasuries beyond 30-years will likely not only encounter resistance from the Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee but also risk unsettling markets.

Argentina Century Bonds Likely Worth Less Than 40 Cents in a Default

In June 2017, Argentina set a benchmark in the markets with its issuance of 100-year bonds. Investors’ orders stood at $9.75 billion for a final issue size of $2.75 billion

Renewed Trade Tensions Trigger Risk-Off in Bonds

Renewed trade tensions coupled with neutral commentary from the Fed Chair, after the FOMC cut interest rates by 25 basis points, triggered a move towards safer assets globally in the

Fed Certainly Uncertain – Cuts Rates by 25bps

The U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in more than a decade on Wednesday 31 July, citing “implications of global developments for the economic outlook as well

Indonesian Textile Bond Default Highlights Risks in Asian Junk Bonds Market

Delta Merlin Dunia Textile (DMDT), an Indonesian textile manufacturer within the Sumitro family's Duniatex group, had its bonds plummet by nearly 67 cents on the dollar last week in a

Transition Bonds – Helping Polluters Turn Green

As a supplement to our 16th July article on Green Bonds, we introduce a relatively new concept that's fast gaining traction in the 'green' credit field - transition bonds. What

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

China sells $6 Billion in Dollar Bonds, Double Initial Target

China's Ministry of Finance issued $6 billion worth of dollar-denominated bonds earlier this week, less than a month after its €4 billion sale of euro-denominated notes. Both transactions were well received by investors, with the dollar bonds garnering an order book...

China Cuts Short-Term Rates for First Time in 4 Years, Signalling Further Global Easing

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) lowered one of its key interest rates for the first time since 2015, signaling further easing across the globe. China's central bank cut its seven-day reverse repurchase rate to 2.50% from 2.55%, bringing a spark of optimism to...

Ecuador Bonds Sink to Record Low Amid Doubts Over Repayment

Ecuador's dollar bonds slumped to a record low amid doubts over repayment, as hopes of more loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) become diminished. The country's Congress had rejected a bill designed to narrow the budget deficit through a tax raise, paving...

State-Backed Chinese Chipmaker Tsinghua Unigroup’s Bonds Selloff, Highlighting Investor Concerns

Tsinghua Unigroup Co., one of China’s most strategically important technology companies, has seen the price of its dollar-denominated bonds sink as investors expressed fears over the chipmaker's financial health. Its Hong Kong-traded $750 million bonds due in 2023...

Where Can Bond Investors Find Bond Prices?

Before we get into details about where investors can find bond prices, it is important to understand how bonds are traded and how the trading process is different from stocks. Trading Process for Stocks vs. Bonds Stocks are traded on an exchange where the buyer and...

China Issues Euro Bonds for the First Time in 15 Years

China sold bonds denominated in euros for the first time in 15 years, in a bid to lessen its reliance on US dollar funding. The 3-part debt deal, €2 billion in 7-years at a yield of 0.197%, €1 billion in 12-years yielding 0.618% and €1 billion in 20-years yielding...

BondEvalue Unveils BondbloX – World’s First Blockchain-Based Bond Exchange

Press Release 4 November 2019 Platform to launch via the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Sandbox Express BondEvalue to make bonds accessible by reducing denominations to US$1,000 Singapore, 4 November 2019 – Singapore based BondEvalue today announced that it has...

Fed Lowers Interest Rates But Signals Future Pause in Rate Cuts

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) voted to lower its benchmark funds rate, which governs what banks charge each other for overnight lending and also most forms of revolving consumer credit, in its October 30 meeting. The quarter-point cut, leaving the fed funds...

HY Bonds Outperform in Sept Amid Record 9M19 Issuance

The month of September was mixed for bond investors with 41% of bonds in the BEV universe having a positive price return (ex-coupon), while 59% delivered a negative price return. It was a month of recovery for high-yield (HY) bonds, which saw a sell-off during July...

India’s Yes Bank Bonds Sell-off After Shares Collapsed

Yes Bank Ltd., one of India’s largest private sector lenders, saw its dollar bonds sell-off by a record 5.5 cents to 80.9 cents on the dollar, the lowest since the bonds were sold in 2018. This was on the back of investor concerns over the health of India’s finance...

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