Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) returned to the dollar bond market on Friday. But the company's attempt to sell a masala bond was abandoned shortly after take-off.
Chinese issuers had been absent for the samurai bond market for 16 years. But after Citic Group broke the mold, they now have a pricing benchmark.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
Some bond investors worry that anchor accounts hold too much sway with small deals. But Yuzhou Property is unlikely to complain.
The Philippine lender returns to dollar bonds after five years off, telling FinanceAsia it wants to get ahead of the US rate hike.
Philippine port operator ICTSI pulled off a neat trick last week, boosting its capital at the same time as cutting its interest costs.
After more than a decade away from the debt markets, Malaysia's Tenaga returned this week.
Falling bond yields convince Bumi Serpong Damai to redeem an old bond — and to quickly replace it with cheaper funding.
Asia’s oil and gas companies have suffered defaults, delayed results and stock price plunges. But their problems are only just beginning.
Pakistan returns with record breaking sukuk, while Indian agro-chemicals company makes its offshore debut.
Local government financing vehicles in China are raising many questions for bond investors. They will need answers soon — a big jump in supply looms large.
After a week of heavy bond supply from Hong Kong and Chinese credits, Jubilant Pharma, Kasikornbank and RHB Bank added some variety — and all got a strong welcome.