China Meets Growing Investor Demand for High-Yield Bonds

Chinese corporates have issued two-thirds of Asian sub-investment grade bonds outside of Japan year-to-date, from less than half of the total in 2013. This trend is likely to continue with China’s share of Asia ex-Japan high-yield issuance set to rise for a fourth...

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Moody’s Upgrades India for the First Time in 14 Years

Moody’s Investor Service showed its confidence in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s policy reforms when it raised the country’s local and foreign currency debt ratings for first time since 2004, to Baa2 from Baa3, and changed its outlook to stable from positive....

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BOE Raises Rates for First Time in a Decade

Bank of England ("BOE") policy makers raised interest rates in the U.K. for the first time in a decade last Thursday, voting to increase the benchmark rate to 0.5% from 0.25%. In support of this, the central bank notes that it expects inflation to have peaked at 3.2%...

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Huge Potential for the Panda Bond Market to Grow

China’s panda bonds, yuan-denominated notes issued in China by foreign borrowers, have the potential to grow into a much bigger market, garnering good interest from both issuers and investors alike. The panda bond market, which birthed in 2005, is still relatively...

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