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  1. Business - Money - DEBT

    Bank of China predicts rapid increase in issuance of dim sum bonds in Australia next year

    Posted Nov 25th 2014, 05:30am by Bloomberg

    ... Bloomberg in Sydney Bank of China sees rapid development of yuan debt market in Australia after 1b yuan sale NSW offering paves way for dim sum bonds Bank of China predicts Australian ... the world's 12th offshore yuan clearing hub. Beijing is seeking to encourage greater global use of the yuan with borrowers such as the British Treasury and Caterpillar issuing dim sum debt. ANZ ...

  2. Business - Commodities - MACROSCOPE

    Free fall in oil prices may cut both ways for emerging markets

    Posted Nov 27th 2014, 07:59am by NICHOLAS SPIRO

    ... and is now perceived to be at greater risk of defaulting on its foreign debts- are in dire straits. Yet for Indonesia, a large oil importer with a US$23 billion fuel-subsidy bill that places huge ...

  3. News - Asia - JAPAN

    Japan's young face an increasingly bleak future

    Posted Nov 26th 2014, 03:35am by AP

    ... the government trying everything short of dropping money from helicopters, the economy had slipped into recession. Abe, under pressure to reduce the developed world's heaviest debt burden, raised ... of retirees and saddled with a national debt of more than a quadrillion yen. They will be making do without the culture of lifetime employment enjoyed by their parents and grandparents. Neighboring ...

  4. Comment - Blogs

    Speculators gobble up Alibaba bonds

    Posted Nov 23rd 2014, 04:20pm by Doug Young

    ... Doug Young Strong demand for Alibaba's newly issued bonds testifies to its popularity among investors, especially short-term traders, and the debt is likely to see high trading ... for investments, and also the current big demand for Chinese investment products. I do think these bonds look like a reasonably safe bet, since Alibaba is unlikely to default on any of the debt ...

  5. Comment - Insight & Opinion - LEADER

    Slower economic growth no reason to panic

    Posted Nov 26th 2014, 05:26am by SCMP Editorial

    ... or Singles Day. Top officials will soon settle goals for economic indicators for the coming year. While economic growth may continue to slow, it is no cause for panic or resort to debt ...

  6. Property - International

    Chinese investors keen on London commercial real estate

    Posted Nov 26th 2014, 05:23am by Peggy Sito

    ... as 30 St Mary Axe, was put up for sale in July for about £650 million after German property firm IVG Immobilien struggled with debts linked to its own purchase of the tower in 2007. Chinese ...

  7. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    Chinese companies must learn to price the risks accurately when 'going out'

    Posted Nov 26th 2014, 12:42pm by Hu Shuli

    ... enormous foreign exchange reserves that have to be invested in channels other than American government debt. Two, Chinese industry suffers from excess capacity, which could profitably serve global ...

  8. Property - International - UNITED STATES

    Pre-owned US home sales rise to one-year high

    Posted Nov 26th 2014, 05:23am by Bloomberg

    ... the economy. At the same time, limited wage gains, student debt and stricter lending standards are headwinds for those looking to own for the first time. "This is much healthier than we've ...

  9. News - Hong Kong - COURTS

    ATV's licence in jeopardy: lawyer

    Posted Nov 26th 2014, 03:31am by JULIE CHU

    ... food and media tycoon, saw a future for the station and was prepared to inject money- though not to repay Wong's debts. Louie King-bun, former executive director of the station, told ...

  10. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    By cutting interest rates, China puts its foot down on slower growth

    Posted Nov 24th 2014, 05:34pm by Stephen Roach

    ... to recover by the end of 2009, it also contributed to new problems, including excessive debt, a property-market overhang and mounting local-government financial risk. The last thing China needs is more fiscal stimulus. Today's cyclical disruption pales compared with that of 2008-2009, and, unlike the fiscally reckless developed economies, China recognises excessive debt as a threat ...




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