Some traders say you should never try to catch a falling knife, but Howard Marks begs to differ.
Singapore Kickstarts Zero-Waste Plan as Recycling Rate Stalls
Yes Bank’s dollar bonds slid by a record 3.3 cents on the dollar to an all-time low of 88.2 cents as of 12:07 p.m. in Hong Kong.
Credit Stress Is Everywhere With Asia Junk Debt at 2011 Lows
Moody’s placed the company’s Baa3 rating on review for a cut to junk grade on concern about weak cash flow generation.
Noble Group Posts Another Loss as Restructuring Costs Mount
Indonesia Corruption Crackdown Adds to Strains on Junk Bonds
Arrests Leave One of Southeast Asia's Biggest Projects in Limbo
Singapore Gives Bondholders a New Way to Chase Default Losses
Embattled Singapore Water Firm Hyflux in Talks With Investors
Company failed to service $4.6 million of debt obligations.
Noble Group's Creditors Seek to Draw Line Under Trader's Crisis
Cash Is King as Hedge Fund Trilogy Erects Trade-War Barricades
Deutsche Bank Raises Bet on Noble Group's $3.5 Billion Rescue
RCom bonds due 2020 decline to lowest since December
Boldholders opposing the rejig include Nikitsky Capital which owns nearly 20% of 2018 notes.
Deutsche Bank says has ‘no constraints’ on scaling up and may add to headcount even as the bank cuts jobs worldwide.
Noble Group Paves Way for Debt Deal With Goldilocks Agreement
In Hong Kong Bankruptcy Case, Rare Golf Club Memberships on Sale
Fallen Singapore High-Flyer Gets Court Protection to Reorganize
Flood of Junk Issuance Raises Risk Factor in China's Bond Market