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Hyundai Motors Upgraded to A- by Fitch

Hyundai Motors Upgraded to A- by Fitch

Hyundai Motors along with its senior unsecured debt was upgraded by a notch to A- from BBB+ by Fitch. The upgrade follows Hyundai's improvement in brand strength and market position in key markets due to its improved product line-up especially in the SUV segment and...

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Kenya Announces Tender Offer Results for 2024s

Kenya Announces Tender Offer Results for 2024s

Kenya announced the tender offer results for its 6.875% June 2024s. According to the press release, the maximum accepted principal amount for the notes was revised upward to $1.44bn from $1.4bn announced earlier. It received $1.48bn in the tender offer which expired...

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General Electric Upgraded to BBB+ by Fitch

General Electric Upgraded to BBB+ by Fitch

General Electric (GE) has been upgraded by a notch to BBB+ by Fitch. Fitch also upgraded GE's senior unsecured debt and its subordinated guaranteed notes 7.5% due 2035 and 4.125% due 2035 to BBB+ from BBB along with upgrading its subordinated notes 4.875% due 2037 to...

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UBS Prices S$600mn PerpNC5.5 AT1 at 5.75%

UBS Prices S$600mn PerpNC5.5 AT1 at 5.75%

US Treasury yields ticked higher by 1-3bp on Thursday. US Retail Sales for January were worse than expectations, coming at -0.8% MoM vs expectations of -0.2%. Core Retail Sales also softened, at -0.5% vs expectations of 0.2%. US Initial Jobless Claims for the prior...

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BNP Paribas Prices $ PerpNC7.5 at 8%

BNP Paribas Prices $ PerpNC7.5 at 8%

BNP Paribas raised $1.5bn via a PerpNC7.5 AT1 bond at a yield of 8%, 62.5bp inside initial guidance of 8.625% area. The junior subordinated notes are rated Ba1/BBB-/BBB. If not called by 22 August 2031, the coupon resets then and every five years thereafter at the 5Y...

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China South City’s Dollar Bonds Plummet

China South City’s Dollar Bonds Plummet

Dollar bonds of China South City plummeted by 15 points after it defaulted on its dollar bond due December for the first time. The company did not make a "mandatory redemption payment" that was an installment payment agreed to with creditors and due on February 9. In...

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