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  • Chexim leads policy bank peers in onshore perp market

    Chexim leads policy bank peers in onshore perp market

    The Export-Import Bank of China (Chexim) has sold a renminbi-denominated perpetual bond, becoming the first of the country’s three policy lenders to tap the onshore debt market for additional tier one capital. Addison Gong reports.

  • Chexim debuts Rmb60bn perp

    Chexim debuts Rmb60bn perp

    The Export-Import Bank of China has sold a renminbi-denominated perpetual bond, becoming the first among the country’s three policy lenders to tap the onshore debt market for additional tier one capital.

  • Temasek pushes to longer tenors

    Temasek pushes to longer tenors

    Singaporean sovereign wealth fund Temasek offered investors 10 year, 20 year and 40 year bonds this week when it priced its $2.5bn deal.

  • Indonesia spies dollar, euro bond window at tight levels

    Indonesia spies dollar, euro bond window at tight levels

    The Republic of Indonesia veered off its usual funding plan by heading into the bond market this week with a dollar-euro combination trade, at a time when it is feeling the brunt of a big spike in Covid-19 cases. But the stability in secondary market trading and a fall in US Treasuries offered the sovereign an opportunity to top up its coffers, writes Morgan Davis.

  • Philippines eyes dollar bond for retail investors

    Philippines eyes dollar bond for retail investors

    The Philippines' treasury department is readying a dollar bond offering for retail investors as part of its efforts to shore up cash for the government's recovery and resilience programmes.

  • Sri Lanka quells debt concerns

    Sri Lanka quells debt concerns

    Sri Lanka's dollar bonds bounced back at the end of last week, following news that the country's central bank is ready to repay debt set to mature this month.

  • Chinese bonds rally after govt signals RRR cut

    Chinese bonds rally after govt signals RRR cut

    Bonds issued by the Chinese government and policy lenders saw a strong rally on Thursday after the State Council signalled a cut in banks’ reserve requirement ratio (RRR), a move that could unleash hundreds of billions in renminbi liquidity into the market.

  • Mongolia makes comeback for $1bn deal

    Mongolia makes comeback for $1bn deal

    The Government of Mongolia made a strong return to the debt market this week for a $1bn bond, marking the country's second dollar trade in 10 months as it tackles some upcoming maturities.

  • Philippines seals jumbo dollar deal

    Philippines seals jumbo dollar deal

    The Republic of the Philippines focused on investors keen to buy long-dated bonds by selling a dual tranche dollar deal this week. The $3bn trade featured a chunky $2.25bn 25 year portion that easily trumped the sovereign's last similar outing.

  • Kexim sets new benchmark with 20yr bond outing

    Kexim sets new benchmark with 20yr bond outing

    The Export-Import Bank of Korea (Kexim) sold the first public 20 year dollar bond from a FIG issuer from the country this week — potentially paving the way for other borrowers to also opt for the same tenor. Morgan Davis reports.

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