The Hong Kong-listed property group returns to the US dollar bond markets after funding costs fall.
The capital city of Shandong province joins the offshore fundraising bandwagon.
New dollar-denominated deal stalls during syndication, adding a new woeful chapter in the collapse of the carrier's affiliate Hanjin Shipping.
New dollar-denominated offering hits a market struggling under the twin pressures of strong supply and concerted selling following recent new issue underperformance.
China National Bluestar, ICBC Leasing and Shui On Land collectively sell $2.75 billion of dollar debt ahead of the US presidential debate.
Asia-based bond investors switch out of high-yielding Australian corporate bonds in a flight to quality, survey reveals.
China Cinda Asset Management topped up its capital with a $3.2 billion alternative tier one bond, generating blow-out demand despite an aggressive approach.
Chinese state-owned oil giant's latest dollar-denominated debt offering benefits from conducive market conditions after the Fed kept its interest rates unchanged.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
South Korea's second-biggest lender taps bond market ahead of US Fed's interest rate decision but finds a poor reception from investors.
Country Garden and Dongxing Securities take advantage of calm market conditions ahead of potential rate induced volatility.
South Korea's second-largest lender set to print new additional tier one debt, turning to the market on the cusp of a crucial interest rate meeting in the US.
The country's largest commercial bank ends up having to cut the size of the sector's debut dollar-denominated AT1 deal after investors steer clear.
The Taiwanese technology group taps the US dollar market after completing its $3.8 billion takeover of Japan's Sharp.