Ecuador Bonds to Pay Highest Yield Since 2011

Ecuador’s Finance Ministry sold $1 billion in bonds due 2029 at a yield of 10.75%, the steepest yield the nation has offered to investors since the financial crisis, when government officials had previously ruled out selling at double-digit rates. Markets had not...

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PG&E Bond Yields at Record Highs on Bankruptcy Plans

PG&E Corp, owner of the biggest US power utility according to the number of customers, saw nearly all of its roughly $18 billion of bonds trade sharply lower earlier in the week after the company announced it was preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection....

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Optimism for Asia Debt Market in 2019

Asia's dollar bond market is ending 2018 logging its worst performance since 2013. Fund managers, however, believe that strong fundamentals in many sectors and expectations of support from policy makers in several countries could mean certain areas of the market...

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