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Genting, Rolls Royce, American Airlines & British Airways Downgraded; HSBC Tender Offer; China Jinjiang on Review for Downgrade
Markets in Asia are opening with a negative tone this morning after a late reversal of earlier gains on Wall Street. The main indices had started the day extending earlier
Markets have shrugged off heightened Sino-American tensions to close higher overnight across the US and Europe. The trump administration has stated that it no longer views Hong Kong as autonomous,
Bond Barrage, 7 New Deals Today Including Tencent, Macquarie & CITIC; Macy’s Downgraded; Pacific International Warns of Default
Asian markets are set for a mixed start. Overnight markets sputtered towards the end of trading after a strong session. Economic recovery and coronavirus vaccine hopes by Novavax and Merck
Asian markets open with a strong positive tone after overnight gains seen across European equity exchanges and US index futures. The moves were primarily driven by economies reopening as hopes
Australia’s Outlook Lowered; Maldives Downgraded; L Brands Bonds Rise on Bath & Body Works’ Earnings; Fallen Angel List
Markets turned sour as US-China tensions escalated with ongoing disputes over China's adherence to phase one of the trade deal, White House criticism of Beijing's handling of the virus outbreak,
Rally in US and European markets continue and Asian stocks are set to open higher today as investors concentrate on economies reopening. The number of newly reported coronavirus cases worldwide
Henderson Land Launches $ Bond; Genting & Carnival Downgraded; Garuda Announce Restructuring Proposal
Rally stalls as markets gave up some of the gains from Monday after hopes quickly faded for a quick approval, production and dissemination of a working coronavirus vaccine. This was
Abu Dhabi, Country Garden, Hongkong Land Launch $ Bonds; Redco Exchange Offer; FAB $750mn AT1 Redemption Time?
Asian markets are set to open on a strong risk-on tone as US and European equity and credit markets rallied overnight. Wall Street had its biggest gain in six weeks
Markets are opening higher this morning after Wall Street ended last week on a positive note. US Fed Chair Jerome Powell's interview with CBS's Scott Pelley aired on 60 Minutes
Wall Street saw a late rally yesterday as investors focused on the prospects of additional fiscal stimulus and a quicker than expected relaxation on lockdowns. News was mixed with President
Zhenro Launches $ Bond; Sri Lanka Halts Dividends & Repatriation for Banks; Fitch Downgrades Philippine Natl Bank; Vedanta Bonds Rise
Asian markets are set to open with a risk-off tone as Wall Street saw another day of a move lower. This came mainly after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's surprisingly pessimistic
India Announces $260bn Stimulus; Oman Likely to Be Bailed Out By GCC Members – S&P; Vedanta To Go Private; ArcelorMittal Raises $2bn
Markets fell as investors took profit after hearing senate testimony from the director of NAIAD, Anthony Fauci. Fauci told the Senate health committee that reopening the economy too soon ran
Mubadala, NWD, Tuan Sing & REC Launch $ Bonds; Moody’s Sees Rise in EM Corp Defaults; Saudi Announces Austerity Measures
Asian stocks are opening cautiously today as investors think about the severity of a second wave as governments start relaxing lockdown restrictions. US markets were mixed but European shares were
INALUM Launches $ Bond; ArcelorMittal Downgraded to Junk; Indonesia Plans to Restructure Garuda Debt
Friday saw the worst US unemployment numbers since the Great Depression. Despite this, US and European markets rallied as the numbers were better than expected. Non Farm Payrolls for April
Philippines Outlook Revised; Lippo Malls Considers Coupon Deferral; AMTD Issues Perps Under Exchange Offer
China exports numbers (+3.5% vs -15.7% expected) along with hopes of a coronavirus vaccine buoyed sentiment as markets rallied. US markets climbed and notably the Nasdaq composite climbed 1.4% to
Markets are optimistic as investors look beyond the string of bad data releases to a time of rising demand and employment growth. This is due to the expectation that easing
Bank Mandiri & CK Hutch Launch $ Bonds; Starbucks Downgraded; J Crew Files for Bankruptcy Protection
US markets inched up late on Monday on hopeful commentary from the California and New York governors, and the daily death toll dropping below 1000 for the first time
The S&P 500 is now only 11% lower from the start of the year. Investment grade credit spreads have recovered more than half their move higher during the Covid-19 crisis.
Markets in the US and Europe saw gains overnight as sentiment improved with lockdowns easing and the BOJ pledging to buy unlimited amounts of JGBs. The DJI, S&P and Nasdaq
Markets are cautious ahead of the quarterly earnings season with US stocks giving up some of last week's huge gains. The S&P 500 declined by 1% and DJIA declined by