HKBN raises $748m in HK’s biggest IPO this year

HKBN raises $748m in HK’s biggest IPO this year

The broadband provider prices shares at the top of the range valuing the company at HK$9 billion.
Chinese cement company sells its first bond in three years, significantly compensating investors buying into a sector that continues to be structurally challenged.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Demand outstrips supply for Li Ka-shing-backed Cheung Kong Property's jumbo loan as banks shrug off nagging Chinese real estate worries.
The Southeast Asian nation’s bond issuance sputters back to life but only for selected borrowers as they battle with the ever-evolving local regulatory environment.
Asset management has become the nexus of competition among China’s diverse financial groups.

POLLS

What is the most likely outcome following the plunge in oil prices?




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Oil majors will pick up assets on the cheap
  29%
 
Consolidation as small and mid-tier energy groups merge
  52%
 
Bankruptcies, with opportunities for investors to buy distressed assets
  10%
 
Plane tickets will get cheaper - more bankers flying business class
  10%
TOTAL VOTES: 63

 

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