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PARIS (Reuters) - French bank Societe Generale's chief executive said some large corporates are drawing on committed credit lines as they try to secure liquidity, but that they are sometimes doing that with no real need.
PETALING JAYA: Brace for the next recession, pundits have warned as central banks and governments scramble to unleash their financial bazookas to save the flailing global economy.
TOKYO: Softbank Group Corp told shareholders of WeWork that it could withdraw from an agreement to buy US$3bil of stock in the embattled co-working business, casting doubt on a deal that had been set to close in about two weeks.
TOKYO: Japan’s corporate bond market had been an oasis of calm in recent weeks, with deals staying steady even as the coronavirus pandemic caused the worst sell-offs elsewhere since the global financial crisis. That’s now changing.
NEW YORK: Investors betting on declines in US stocks saw big profits in the last month as equities crashed while the global spread of coronavirus darkened economic prospects and net increases in short selling implying no turnaround in bearish sentiment.
SYDNEY/HONG KONG: Asian shares sank on Monday as a rising tide of national lockdowns threatened to overwhelm policymakers' frantic efforts to cushion what is likely to be a deep global recession.
HONG KONG: Asian markets were hammered on Monday (March 23) despite massive economic stimulus efforts worldwide, with investors spooked by the relentless march of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's pledge of "huge" stimulus will involve spending of at least US$137nil financed in part by deficit-covering bonds, sources say on Monday (March 23), joining global efforts to cushion the economic blow from the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
AIRBNB Inc on Wednesday held a phone meeting with bankers to discuss extending an existing $1 billion debt facility as the home rental start-up grapples with a slowdown due to the coronavirus, a source who participated in the meeting said.
A TINY country that’s long been the barometer of global commerce is sending up distress flares. How big a blow the Covid-19 pandemic inflicts on Singapore’s economy will depend much on events outside its control.