SMFG & Times China Launch $ Bonds; S&P ‘Junks’ Axis Bank & PFC; Fed Discloses Bond Purchases

SMFG & Times China Launch $ Bonds; S&P ‘Junks’ Axis Bank & PFC; Fed Discloses Bond Purchases

As coronavirus cases globally cross the 10 million mark, with more than half a million deaths, markets are now worried about the potential impact of economies not reopening as soon as expected. With more than a quarter of cases globally in the US, and states like...
Sino-Ocean Cap, Agile, Ronshine Launch $ Bonds; Hilong Defaults; Lufthansa Deal Hits Roadblock

Sino-Ocean Cap, Agile, Ronshine Launch $ Bonds; Hilong Defaults; Lufthansa Deal Hits Roadblock

Markets started this week on a positive tone as investors look towards recovery as we get closer to quarter end. Economic growth and data this quarter have been some of the worst but markets have seen a record return primarily driven by central bank stimulus’...
Tata Motors Downgraded; BoE Ramps Up Purchases by £100bn; ECB Offers Loans to Banks at -1%

Tata Motors Downgraded; BoE Ramps Up Purchases by £100bn; ECB Offers Loans to Banks at -1%

Market sentiment is mixed at the end of the week after the US jobless claims report stayed above one million and reduced the hope for a V-shaped recovery. Investors see economic damage as an unavoidable consequence of rising coronavirus cases despite the Trump...
ICTSI, Powerlong Launch $ Bonds; $5bn Bailout Package for Cathay Pacific; Indian Dollar Bond Market Reopens

ICTSI, Powerlong Launch $ Bonds; $5bn Bailout Package for Cathay Pacific; Indian Dollar Bond Market Reopens

The rally in markets cooled off overnight over concerns that the move could have overshot economic prospects as well as some profit taking. Tuesday also saw German figures that pointed to the biggest collapse in exports from Europe’s largest economy on record in...
Risk-On; Singtel, Kaisa Launch $ Bonds; Indian Corporates Downgraded; Repsol Issues €1.5bn Corp Hybrid

Risk-On; Singtel, Kaisa Launch $ Bonds; Indian Corporates Downgraded; Repsol Issues €1.5bn Corp Hybrid

Rallying technology, industrial and financial stocks led the way as global stocks advanced for another day. Wall Street is focused on the prospects of economic recovery as lockdown restrictions are relaxed. German auto stocks found a strong bid as the government...
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