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HK Airport, Kaisa, Fosun, Fantasia Launch $ Bonds; 80% of $ Bonds Traded Up in Nov; Sri Lanka’s Bonds Fall on Downgrade
US equities slipped as S&P closed lower by 0.5% while Nasdaq was flat. European equities were much weaker as the FTSE and CAC fell 1.59% and 1.42%, though the DAX
After a mixed bag in October, November saw a strong revival in demand for dollar bonds across the spectrum. Overall, 80% of the dollar bonds in our universe delivered a
CMT Launches S$ Bond; Sri Lanka Downgraded to CCC; BBVA-Sabadell Merger Scrapped; Amundi Warns SBI Over Aussie Coal Project
S&P closed higher by 0.2% while Nasdaq outperformed, up 0.9%. US 10Y Treasury yields fell 2bp on Friday while the 2s10s curve steepened over the week by 3bp. This week
ECB Signals Dovish Tone; Tata Steel to Sell Dutch Biz for $7bn; TML Raises $300mn via 3.5NC2.5 at 5.5%; CIFI Upgraded
US markets were closed on account of Thanksgiving while European equities were flat. German 10Y Bund yields fell 3bp to -0.59% with dovish messaging from ECB Chief Economist Philip Lane
TML, Sunac Launch $ Bonds; AT1s Trade Up MTD; DIAL Downgraded; Regulators Probe EV Makers Incl. Evergrande
US equities retreated from the rally over the last week as S&P ended marginally lower 0.16% while Nasdaq outperformed, up 0.5% as Tesla continued its rally. US Treasury yields were largely stable
Nexco Launches $ Bond; EU Raises €8.5bn via 15Y Bond; Turkey Issues $2.25bn 10Y Bond at 6%; UOB Prices SG’s Largest EUR Covered Bond
The Dow topped 30,000 for the first time while S&P and Nasdaq rallied 1.6% and 1.3%. Cyclicals like energy and financials rallied 5.1% and 3.5% respectively. US Treasury yields were
HDB, Shui On Launch Bonds; Zhongyuan AM’s $ Bonds Plummet; Oman Raises $500mn via Tap; Moody’s Says Refinancing to Be Difficult for Sri Lanka
US equities ended slightly higher with S&P up 0.6% led by energy, financials and industrials. US yields were higher with the 10Y and 30Y Treasury yields up 4bp and 5bp.
South Africa Downgraded; SOEs Buy Stake in Evergrande from Strategic Inv; China Regulator Promises Zero Tolerance for Bond Market Violations
S&P closed lower by 0.7% and Nasdaq down 0.4% with IT, financials and industrials dragging the broader market lower on Friday. US 10Y Treasury yields were almost unchanged on Friday
Greenland & China Fortune Land $ Bonds Drop; Turkey Hikes by 475bp to 15%; Carnival & Frontier Market New Bonds
S&P inched 0.4% higher and Nasdaq rose 0.9%. Tesla continues to move higher, up over 20% this week continuing its index inclusion rally. US initial jobless claims for the week ending November
Changxing, Nanjing Luhe Launch Bonds; ESG Bonds; China Raises €4bn; Tsinghua Suspended from HEX; Boeing 737 to Return to Skies
US markets took a dive late in the day, reversing gains early on. S&P ended 1.2% lower and Nasdaq fell 0.8% as increased cases and closure of New York public
China Govt, AC Energy Launch Bonds; Aramco, Mexico & Italy Price $ Bonds; Amundi, BNP Eyeing SocGen’s Fund Mgmt Business
US markets ended lower with the S&P down 0.5% and Nasdaq down 0.2% as most sectors were in the red, led by utilities down 2%. US Retail Sales for October
By Raahil Shah & Amruth Sundarkumar The concept of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) bonds is not new to the markets – the first such bond was issued by European
ANZ, Aviva Singlife Launch Bonds; China & Aramco Plan Offshore Bond; BBVA-Sabadell in Merger Talks; CAR Inc to Sell 21% Stake to MBK
S&P continued to make a record high, up 1.2% with Moderna’s vaccine trial showing 94.5% efficacy in preventing Covid in participants. With oil up 3% yesterday, the energy sector led the gains
Jingrui Launches $ Bond; Evergrande’s Trust Financing Drops; Genting, Future Retail Q3 Earnings; Zambia Defaults on Debt After Holders Reject Proposal
S&P closed at a record high of 3,585 on Friday led by energy, industrials and the financial sectors. 10Y US Treasury yields were up 1bp to 0.88% with slight risk-on
Chinese SOEs’ Bonds Drop With Doubts on Government Support; Middle East Looks at More Sukuks; Emirates Suffers First Loss in 30 Years; Revlon Staves Off Bankruptcy
S&P and Nasdaq posted losses of 1% and 0.65% yesterday. Sectors that dragged the broad market included energy down 3.3% while utilities and financials were down 1.7% each. Both headline
Wuhan Trading, Shandong Hi-Speed Launch $ Bonds; Turkish President to Support Markets; BOCOM raises $2.8bn via AT1s; Fitch Rates UAE; Revlon Investors Brace For 11th Hour Rescue
S&P ended higher, up 0.8% while Nasdaq took a breather from the prior few days of sell-off as it rallied 2% with big tech stocks leading the way. The DAX
Bank of Communications, Aoyuan Launch $ Bonds; Verizon Issues $12bn Bonds; Tsinghua $ Bonds Beaten Down; EU issues SURE bonds, China Issues Draft Antitrust Guidelines
S&P ended marginally lower 0.14% while the rotation trade continued with Nasdaq down 1.4% as big tech stocks and those that benefitted from Covid got hit. Besides, the EU hit
StanChart, Bluestar Launch $ Bonds; Oman Plans Block Transfer & Bond Issue; Outlook on Saudi Lowered; Softbank, SIA, Oxy Report Earnings
Global equities rallied late yesterday with news of Pfizer and BioNTech’s experimental Covid vaccine being more than 90% effective based on initial trial results. The risk-on sentiment particularly bolstered pandemic
Westpac, China Orient, Agile Launch $ Bonds; Turkey’s Central Bank Chief Fired & FM Resigns; Greece Upgraded to Ba3; Alibaba Sells Stake in Meinian
US equities ended the week flat on Friday with the S&P and NASDAQ almost unchanged. European equity indices were slightly lower, down ~0.5%. Treasury yields jumped with the 10Y up
CIFI, KWG Launch $ Bonds; Status Quo at The Fed; Maldives & Carnival Downgraded; IMF Calls For Strategy Change at Pemex
US equities continued to rally with the S&P and NASDAQ up 1.9% and 2.6%. Similar gains were seen in European equity indices. The FOMC meeting was a non-event with Chairman