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Category Archives for Bonds

Man U Bonds

A delegation from the famous English football club Manchester United was in Singapore a few days ago to promote the Man U bond offering which is required to reduce its huge debt load of almost 700 million pounds. The bonds are priced at US$100,000 (S$140,000), have a maturity of 5-7 years and are expected to […]

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Temasek S$ Bonds Starts Trading Today

Temasek Financial has completed its maiden offering of Singdollar denominated 20 and 30-year bond notes worth S$600 million to Singapore based institutional investors. The S$300-million, 2029 bond has a coupon rate of four per cent, while the S$300 million 2039 bond carries a coupon rate of 4.2 per cent. The Notes will be listed and […]

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OCBC to Issue US$500 mln Bonds

Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (“OCBC Bank”) wishes to announce that it will launch today a benchmark international offering of U.S. dollar denominated fixed rate subordinated notes (“Notes”) to institutional and sophisticated investors. The Notes are expected to have a 10-year maturity and a call option 5 years from the issue date, with a step-up in […]

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Temasek Holdings to Raise Money From Bond Issue

It was reported that Temasek Holdings will be issuing 10-year USD bonds to generate cash to fund it’s own business as well as it’s subsidiary companies. The offer is expected to be at least US$500 million with the coupon rate yet unknown. For the previous 10-year bond issuance in 2005, the coupon rate was 4.5%. […]

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Singapore Government Securities Application Via Atm

In the past, investing in Singapore Government Securities (SGS), otherwise known as Singapore Government Bonds or T-bills, require either a trip to a local bank for buying new issues, or transacting through a secondary dealer (eg a stock broker) for buying or selling of Government Bonds that were already in the market. SGS are the safest […]

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