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China Inc borrows $14 trillion, overtakes US as top corporate borrower HONG KONG: The Chinese corporate bond market has overtaken the United States as the world's biggest with the Asian giant looking to soak up a third of global company debt needs over the next five years, Standard & Poor's said on Monday. The rating agency said Chinese corporate borrowers owed $14.2 trillion at the end of 2013 versus $13.1 trillion owed by US corporations with the switch in rankings taking place a year earlier than it had expected. The Asia-Pacific region, led by China, is seen accounting for half of global corporate debt financing needs of $60 trillion over the five-year period to 2018 when the region will account for more than half the projected total debt outstanding of $72 trillion. China, the world's second-largest economy is currently financing a quarter to a third of its corporate debt through its shadow banking sector and this had global implications, S&P said. ...

Indian bond yield end up tracking oil prices; biggest weekly rise in 2-1/2 months MUMBAI: Indian government bonds ended sharply down on Friday, marking a second straight session of falls, as investors feared a potential spike in inflation after global oil prices scaled nine-month highs.Brent crude oil hit a nine-month high near $115 a barrel on Friday as the United States threatened military action against Islamist militants who have taken towns and cities in Iraq, raising concerns over its oil exports.On the week, the 10-year benchmark yield rose 9 ...
Sri Lanka rupee tad weaker on importer dollar demand COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan rupee edged down from a near a one-year high on Friday as importer dollar demand outpaced greenback sales by banks and exporters while state banks bought dollars to prevent volatility, dealers said. The rupee ended at 130.25/28 per dollar, little changed from Wednesday's close of 130.25/27, which was its highest since June 28, 2013. Both the forex and stock markets were closed on Thursday for a public holiday. "There was late ...
Indian bonds end slightly lower; inflation data eyed MUMBAI: Indian government bonds ended marginally lower on Thursday as investors trimmed bond holdings ahead of the key consumer price inflation data.The data is scheduled for release around 1200 GMT.A Reuters survey of 37 economists showed consumer price inflation probably eased to 8.4 percent in May, from April's three-month high of 8.59 percent as food prices fell slightly.Also on watch is April's industrial production data, which according to a Reuters poll, probably rose for the ...
Indonesia raises 12 trillion rupiah at bond auction, above target JAKARTA: Indonesia sold 12 trillion rupiah ($1.02 billion) of conventional bonds at an auction on Tuesday, higher than an indicative target of 8 trillion rupiah, the finance ministry's debt office said.Yields were higher compared with the last sales on May 26.Total bids were 21.6 trillion rupiah, compared with 15.1 trillion rupiah bid at the the previous auction.The weighted average yields for three-month and one-year T-bills were 5.42500 percent and 6.44250 percent respectively.The 10-year bond had ...
Indian bonds end lower for second straight session MUMBAI: Indian government bonds ended lower for a second straight session on Tuesday due to profit-taking as the market looked to consolidate after gains in the previous week pushed the 10-year yield to an over four-month low.Investors also stayed cautious as foreign investors nearly exhausted their available investment limit in government debt.Overseas investors used up 92.82 percent of the available debt limit, following which the National Stock Exchange announced it will conduct an auction for ...
Indian bonds snap 4-day gains on profit-taking, Mayaram comments MUMBAI: Indian government bonds fell on Monday to snap a four-session winning streak on profit-booking and after Finance Secretary Arvind Mayaram told a domestic news agency the country was not considering raising limits for foreign investors as of now.Reuters had earlier reported that India was likely to raise the foreign investment limit in government debt soon, citing four officials with direct knowledge of the government's thinking.The Reuters report had initially sent the benchmark 10-year bond ...


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Foreign Debt $60.9bn
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