Bonds

  • Sino-Ocean pushes out curve with bond return

    Sino-Ocean pushes out curve with bond return

    Sino-Ocean Capital Holding has raised $500m from a two year bond. The deal was the company’s longest in the offshore market, but came with a weaker structure than its past outings.

  • BOCGI plots Rmb2.5bn Panda return

    BOCGI plots Rmb2.5bn Panda return

    Hong Kong-based Bank of China Group Investment is preparing to sell Rmb2.5bn ($391m) of Panda bonds, returning to the onshore market after more than a year.

  • eHi drives off with $150m tap

    eHi drives off with $150m tap

    eHi Car Services tapped its 2024 notes for an additional $150m on Wednesday, bringing the total deal size to $450m.

  • Aoyuan bonds drop to new lows on debt woes

    Aoyuan bonds drop to new lows on debt woes

    China Aoyuan Group’s attempt to woo investors to its $200m bond with a generous yield fell flat on Tuesday. Recent concerns about the property developer’s leverage, and the subsequent fall of its dollar bonds in the aftermarket, held investors back from the new deal — and caused a further spiral in secondary. Morgan Davis reports.

  • Updated: BMW gets tight pricing on public Panda debut

    Updated: BMW gets tight pricing on public Panda debut

    Germany’s BMW sold two Panda bonds in China’s interbank market on Thursday, tapping onshore liquidity with a publicly syndicated deal for the first time. The transaction was also a rare public outing from a ‘real’ Panda issuer.

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