The Chinese electronics retailer completed its maiden US dollar bond sale as investors overlooked their corporate legacy and challenging operating outlook.
Power producer shows that the high-yield bond markets are very much open for Indonesian credits after securing a very large order book for a tightly priced deal.
It has been a long time coming but the hotels, property investment and car park group finally makes its debut in dollars.
The Taiwanese company's CEO tells FinanceAsia the rationale behind its $683 million deal to acquire SunEdison Semiconductor.
The power sector company adds some green flavouring to the nascent Masala bond market, selling the sector's first environmentally-friendly bond, while Motherson completes tap.
A debut dollar bond for Adani Transmission receives a strong reception, continuing a run of well received deals from the sub-continent.
Rare opportunity to access pure sovereign credit brings US investors to the forefront.
Generic drug manufacturer takes advantage of rising order books for Indian high-yield deals to price significantly through many brokers' fair value estimates.
Two Chinese companies from either end of the credit spectrum jump into the market after the Fed's dovish policy statement.
Republic raises €3 billion from dual-tranche transaction, more than double the amount raised from its 2015 euro-denominated issue.
Among the casualties as the Australian bank looks to cut costs is Shanghai-based veteran analyst Matthew Smith and head of sales for Asia cash equities Jeffrey Chung.
Chinese car firm takes green bond market to new stage of development with an inaugural bond financing the development of an environmentally friendly black cab.
Is the company a tech play or a consumer operator? Fair value depends on the answer.
One of China's leading policy banks and a provincial issuer from Yunnan seek to take advantage of low supply with aggressively priced deals.
Li Ka-shing's ports-to-telecoms conglomerate raises €2 billion through the sale of a dual-tranche euro-denominated bond.
India's largest private sector bank hopes scarcity value will overcome aggressive pricing.
Two of Asia's rarest quasi-sovereign credits choose the same day to launch landmark bond deals.
Country's first offshore corporate bond of the year receives a warm reception as the government launches a new divestment in its largest power generator.
Rival brokers are looking to poach the British bank's remaining HFT and prime brokerage clients now it has lopped off research and high-touch trading.
Borrowers take advantage of positive technical factors, leading to a second day of heavy issuance in the dollar bond market.