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China Huarong secures US$6.6 billion investment

Huarong intends to issue a maximum of 39.22 billion domestic shares and not more than 1.96 billion shares listed on the Hong Kong exchange to a consortium of investors

India’s sovereign gold bond scheme opens for subscription

According to the Ministry of Finance, the Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme 2021-22 (Series VII) will be opened for subscription during the period October 25-29

Gold rises as dollar counters higher U.S. bond yields

U.S. benchmark 10-year Treasury yields were near their highest since May 20

Gold little changed as investors await U.S. jobs report

Gold was little changed on Friday as investors awaited the confirmation of a strengthening U.S. labour market that could keep the Federal Reserve on track to start unwinding economic stimulus this year.

Asian markets drop on Evergrande fallout, China power crisis

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was 0.13% lower, S&P/ASX200 index was down nearly 1%, and Japan's Nikkei was off 0.6%

Evergrande bonds tumble further as S&P says default likely

China Evergrande Group slid deeper in stock and credit markets on Tuesday, fuelling concerns about broader contagion after S&P Global Ratings said the developer is on the brink of default.

Japan share markets rally on earnings optimism

The Nikkei average advanced 1.13% to 30,347.41, while the Topix added 1.07% to 2,087.08

D&L’s maiden bond offer receives strong investor interest

The proceeds from the bond issuance will be used primarily to finance the company’s expansion plans in Batangas and the corresponding working capital requirements

Sri Lanka to cut spending, freeze hiring

State agencies in Sri Lanka have been asked to cut spending, overtime and no money will be allocated for new hires ahead of preparing a budget for 2021 as state revenues have reduced due to tax cuts and the pandemic.

Vedanta Resources’ bonds volatility higher on consent plea

Indian commodity giant Vedanta Resources last week sought permission to add to its borrowings amid a rally in metals and oil, but a volatile reaction in its bonds shows potential investor angst.