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Future Retail bonds boosted by Reliance news

By Morgan Davis 08.00 AM Bonds from India’s Future Retail rallied in the secondary market this week, after Reliance Industries got approval to buy the struggling business. Future Retail, part of the Biyani family’s Future Group, has been badly hit by the impact of the

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Chinese bonds stable amid regulatory noise, repayment promises

By Addison Gong 08.00 AM Chinese domestic bond investors got a break from a wave of recent selling pressure this week, after a statement from a powerful financial regulator and a repayment pledge from one beleaguered issuer. But high-profile defaults continue. Already a subscriber? Login

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Tiga Spac roars with $240m from larger US IPO

Singapore-based Tiga Acquisition Corp has pocketed $240m after increasing the size of its New York Stock Exchange IPO. Tiga is a special purpose acquisition company, commonly called blank check companies, and is floating with no assets. Rather, its goal is to identify and acquire an

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HKBN closes HK$5.5bn loan

Hong Kong Broadbank Network has increased a loan to HK$5.5bn ($709m) after attracting 20 participants during syndication. Three mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners – Crédit Agricole, China Construction Bank and JP Morgan – launched the deal into syndication in September with an initial size of

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Blockchain
Cointelegraph By Marie Huillet

BIS report suggests ‘embedded‘ monitoring tool for stablecoins

Facebook’s proposal for its digital currency, Libra, was a wake-up call for international regulatory agencies, finance ministries and central bankers. All these actors recognized that the company’s reach across its three platforms had the potential to accelerate adoption of a global stablecoin to an unprecedented

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MarketWatch

Autotrader: How will Bentley adapt to an electric future?

Bentley has already launched a plug-in hybrid version of its Bentayga SUV. Bentley Bentley is known for its ultra-expensive, ultra-luxurious vehicles that can cost as much as a house and are powered by big V-8 or V-12 gasoline engines. At least one aspect of that is changing sooner

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