China's top companies face two key problems: weaker cash flow and a high debt load, according to S&P's Christopher Lee.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Pakistan raises a $1 billion five-year Islamic bond, the latest sovereign to do so, boosting volumes of the asset class to an all-time high since 2012.
The Chinese developer is the latest borrower to tap the perpetual debt market as investors pay for greater pickup in paper that has a high call incentive in year five.
Investors are increasingly prepared to take raw Philippine-peso risk, according to a survey of bond buyers conducted by FinanceAsia, Citi and BPI Capital.
Chinese chemicals company sells its first global debt offering, raising funds for refinancing and working capital purposes despite volatility in the commodity chemical market.
Asia’s biggest internet company sells inaugural six-part jumbo offering, pricing well inside some of the world's largest tech firms and higher-rated Chinese SOEs.
BOC is raising a capped $600m dual-tranche offering, while Alibaba is expected to sell an $8b multi-tranche jumbo on Thursday, buoyed by strong investor sentiment.
Teething issues blight many debut bank capital deals, including Bank of China's recent $6.5b offering, but such problems are unlikely to last.
Australia sees its first renminbi bond issue after Sydney is designated a clearing centre for the Chinese currency.
The Indian bank takes advantage of spread tightening across the country's credit curve.
The Chinese developer launches a $500 million high-yield bond, defying global investor fears towards mainland China's fragile property market.
China’s latest infrastructure-backed dual-tranche note raises funds for the development of Beijing’s metro system.
Its IPO blazed a trail in the equity markets and now Alibaba is coming back with a record-breaking bond deal.