China Company That Paid Debt in Ham Instead of Cash Is Running Low on Pigs
The Asian dollar bond market is finishing its worst year since 2013. But 2019 may not be as bad.
China Builders Swallow Exorbitant Costs for Year-End Bond Deals
The 2018 Dollar-Bond Bust in Asia Got Missed by Analysts
China's Offshore Creditors Are Watching for New Kind of Default
Coal miner moves to commingle a subsidiary’s dollar bonds.
HNA Offers Airline Vouchers to Repay Investors Instead of Cash
Short-Dated Bond Spree by China Builders Flashes ‘Systemic Risk’
China's Top Bank Fails in Attempt to Sell Dollar Bonds in U.S.
Default Risks Rise in $355 Billion China Property Bond Market
The Zhengzhou-based pork producer failed to repay 500 million yuan of local bonds due this week.
Struggles in Asia Dollar Bond Market Emerge in Smaller Deals
China Ratings Firm Bets on LGFV Bond Rush for Offshore Push
China Sets Price Guidance for $3 Billion Dollar Bond Sale
A year after its first sovereign sale of dollar bonds in well over a decade, China’s about to tap that well again.
Asia Dollar Bond Sales Drop to Spill Into 2019 on Yield Woes
Qinghai Provincial Says Wired Funds to Repay Bond Due Today
DBS Sets Its Sights on China for Debt Capital Markets Push
AXA Says Asia Junk Bond Rally Still Has Legs, Likes BB Names
Papua New Guinea Considers Debut Dollar Bond at `Peculiar' Time
Asian borrowers in need of refinancing are expected to engage bondholders ahead of debt maturities to stave off default risks.