JP Morgan is in talks to sell its stake in a China securities joint venture to its partner First Capital Securities, amid rumours that the US bank was aiming for a stronger joint venture.
The deal marks Canada Pension Plan Investment Board’s second property joint venture with Longfor Properties.
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.
Some bond investors worry that anchor accounts hold too much sway with small deals. But Yuzhou Property is unlikely to complain.
China has lost its sheen for some foreign companies. But although getting into the country might have seemed difficult, getting out can prove even tougher.
Fosun and LeEco executives ask the Russian president for clarity on business relationships at VTB Capital's investment forum in Moscow.
S&P Global Ratings analysts Terry Chan and Chris Lee address some of the most urgent questions investors have about China's growing debt problem.
More than four years after making its initial listing application, the city commercial bank is finally ready to float its shares on the stock exchange.
ACR’s sale to an arm of the Chinese government finally releases 3i from a troubled, decade-long investment and creates a more formidable competitor in the reinsurance market.
China is plugged into the world economy and this will act as a break on strident nationalism, says Primavera Capital’s founder.
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.
China's eighth largest brokerage by assets achieves mid-range price in the face of challenging markets for brokerage stocks.
CK Hutch, New World Development and HNA Group jump into the international bond markets ahead of the Golden Week holiday.
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.
China's eighth largest brokerage by assets also becomes No8 out of the top 10 to attempt a Hong Kong Stock Exchange listing. The IPO is the largest by a brokerage this year.
China National Bluestar, ICBC Leasing and Shui On Land collectively sell $2.75 billion of dollar debt ahead of the US presidential debate.
The mega-merger of two Chinese steelmakers has a lot of benefits for the country. But it is a terrible deal for shareholders.
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.