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CapitaMalls Asia Bonds 2012

CapitaMalls Asia, through its wholly-owned subsidiary CapitaMalls Asia Treasury, will be raising $200 million through a bond issue. Half of the CMA bond issue will be for public application while the other half will be for private placement. The CapitaMalls Asia bonds will have a term of ten years from their date of issue and […]

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Launch of Hong Kong iBonds

Hong Kong launched an inflation link bond called iBond to retail investors on 28th July 2011. The iBond is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and pays an interest rate which is linked to the HK average annual inflation. The minimum investment is HK$10,000. The tax-free government bond pays investors at least one per […]

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Market Makers for Singapore Government Bonds

According to SGX, investors can expect transparency in price discovery and competitive trading costs of Singapore government bonds (SGS bonds) when they start trading on SGX from 8 July 2011. Market makers will be available to increase liquidity and make it easier for individual investors to buy and sell SGS bonds. Without these market makers, […]

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Listing of Singapore Government Bonds on SGX

SGX has selected nineteen Singapore Government Securities (SGS) (more commonly known as Singapore Government Bonds) to be listed on SGX from 8th July 2011. The maturities of these bonds will be least two years with the furthest maturity at 1st Sep 2030. The minimum investment in a Singapore government bond is $1,000. The coupon payments […]

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F&N Bonds to be Issued

Fraser and Neave (F&N) is the next company here to issue corporate bonds to the public. F&N is offering S$150 million of five-year (2.48% p.a.) bonds and S$150 million of 7-years (3.15% p.a.) bonds. The bonds will be issued in denominations of S$1,000 (minimum of 5k) and will pay interest semi-annually. They will be issued […]

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