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HONG KONG: Asian companies accounted for almost half of the global stock offering haul in the first half of this year, with the three biggest deals all coming from the region as second listings by Chinese firms boosted volumes.
TOKYO July 7(AP): Markets were mostly lower in Asia on Tuesday as expanding coronavirus outbreaks dimmed hopes for a global recovery, despite an overnight rally in tech shares that pushed the Nasdaq composite to another record high.
SINGAPORE: Business sentiment of Asian companies sank to an 11-year low in the second quarter, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey found, with some two-thirds of the firms polled flagging a worsening COVID-19 pandemic as the biggest risk over the next six months.
Asian companies are at a higher risk of default in the coming quarters than last year, a Reuters analysis of their credit ratios showed, as the coronavirus pandemic has squeezed revenue and made it harder to refinance debt.
HONG KONG: Asia's international dollar-based corporate bond market is expected to spring back to life following Malaysian oil giant Petronas's $6 billion debt deal - the biggest in the region since coronavirus hit - bankers and advisers say.
ASIAN tycoons are gung-ho on share buybacks at a time when industry leaders in the U.S. and Europe are holding back because of the coronavirus outbreak.
SHANGHAI: Analysts are increasingly slashing their earnings projections for Asian companies as the coronavirus keeps spreading globally.
SINGAPORE: Confidence among Asian companies slumped to near 11-year lows in the first quarter as the coronavirus pandemic sent countries into lockdown, battering economic activity and consumer sentiment, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed.
PETALING JAYA: The latest warning by one of the Big Three rating agencies on Asia’s weakening credit conditions has also brought Malaysia under the microscope, particularly the country’s corporate debt default risk.
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian companies seeking to list in Hong Kong may be better off staying at home as investors in the financial hub continue to avoid small-cap stocks.