The UK government has begun the planned sale of its renminbi bond, the world’s first non-Chinese sovereign bond in the currency.
The Russian president pledges to refrain from capital controls while China’s Huawei and Fosun offer investment.
It was a case of open sesame for Alibaba's IPO investors, with the company making a strong debut on the New York Stock Exchange after significantly scaling back allocations in its $320 billion order book.
Jack Ma's group launches what could be the largest IPO in history, not to mention one of the most eagerly anticipated, at a discount to its closest rival.
Offshore support services provider begins roadshows for the deal, which is being pitched on a range of S$194 million to S$230 million.
Singapore's EZRA Holdings sets sail with plans to raise up to $250 million from a domestic offering of shares in associate company EOC Ltd.
Despite the recent sell-off of US high yield bonds, Kenneth Leech, CIO at Western Asset Management, says he remains overweight the sector; plus why he is short the yen.
Kenneth Leech, chief investment officer at the $465 billion Western Asset Management, explains why US bond markets still offer value.
Concentrated order book for German property IPO.
PizzaExpress raises $1 billion to fund its LBO despite weakening markets and its new owner Hony talks to FinanceAsia about expansion plans.
Baring Asia is buying a stake in the UK’s clothing retailer Cath Kidston, the latest private equity firm to see opportunities in helping western brands expand in Asia.
Beijing-based Hony Capital is buying Britain's iconic PizzaExpress for about £900 million.
German office trust offers high yield spread to S-Reit sector.
Bank of China makes its renminbi bond debut in Paris, another step in the globalisation of the currency.
Spin-off from Japan's Accordia Group targets S$758.5m-S$782m IPO in Singapore. Germany's I-REIT Global could yet follow.