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.
Frank Tang’s private equity firm handily gathered capital despite the gloomier outlook for returns and increased competition for LPs’ money.
First class stamp for China; second class outcome for institutional investors from world's biggest IPO of the year.
Country Garden and Dongxing Securities take advantage of calm market conditions ahead of potential rate induced volatility.
China's fluctuating relationship with the game of golf tested by the flotation of upmarket equipment manufacturer.
Chinese lender attracts strong order book and responds with aggressive spread tightening.
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The British conglomerate has sold its China cane sugar business to Nanning Sugar; making it the latest foreign company to bow out in the face of fierce local competition.
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Another busy day in the dollar bond market, with few signs of investor fatigue as three property developers successfully raise fresh debt funds.
Chinese issuers descend on force ahead of almost week-long public holidays across Asia.
Chinese regulator gets aggressive under new boss.
Issuers ignore heavy pipeline with two tightly priced deals.