China scoops a fistful of euros

China returns to the euro-denominated bond market for the first time in 15 years. But how much has really changed since its last outing?
November 05, 2019

Indonesia eyes euro, Samurai return

The sovereign plans to tap both the euro and Samurai markets this year — and could sell three global bonds within the next six months.
January 09, 2017

Shanghai Electric stuns with €600m bond

Chinese power generation firm debuts its first euro-denominated offering, upsizing it from an initial €500 million as yield-hungry European investors clamour for the notes.
May 20, 2015

Chinese duo raise $780m in euro debt

Chinese state-owned firms Beijing Enterprises and Yuexiu Transport successfully raised €700 million by selling euro-denominated bonds to yield-starved eurozone investors.
April 29, 2015

CCB Asia prices first euro offering

China Construction Bank Asia raises a €500 million bond, the first euro-denominated offering from a Chinese bank as basis swaps improve.
February 05, 2015

PBoC and ECB establish currency-swap line

The facility will make available a maximum of Rmb350 billion to the ECB and up to €45 billion to the People’s Bank of China, and is an important step forward in the internationalisation of the renminbi.
October 10, 2013

Kogas sells first Korean euro bond since June

The world’s largest buyer of LNG sells the first euro bond from a South Korean corporate since June as Asian companies line up to take advantage of the lower borrowing costs on offer.
October 09, 2013