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Default Looms for Chinese Solar Company

The bonds of a solar firm that may become China’s latest default plunged to record lows, adding to warning signs in the nation’s debt market after a tumble in stocks four months ago.

San Miguel May Raise $1 Billion Via Preferred Shares This Year

San Miguel Corp., the Philippines’ largest company, is considering raising as much as $1 billion by selling local currency preferred shares and using the proceeds to repay dollar debt as it seeks to trim its foreign liabilities amid a weaker peso.


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Kaisa Bonds Jump as Onshore Restructuring Raises Creditor Hopes

Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd.’s dollar bonds headed for their best rally in six months on speculation a restructuring agreement with an onshore lender will allow the beleaguered Chinese developer to focus on resolving a stalemate with offshore creditors.

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Dividend Stocks Under Pressure as Growth Slows

Converge Chief Market Strategist Nick Colas discusses why the pace of dividend growth is slowing down. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)

U.S. 10-Year Yield to Reach 1.5% in 2016: HSBC

Steven Major, global head of fixed income research at HSBC, explains his firm's call for a 1.5% yield on the U.S. 10-Year bond by the end of 2016. He speaks on "On The Move." (Source: Bloomberg)


Microsoft Taps Yandex for Search in Russia to Fight Google

Yandex NV agreed with Microsoft Corp. to become the default search engine on devices powered by the Windows 10 operating system in countries including Russia, Turkey and Ukraine as the Moscow-based company fights to defend its market share from Google Inc.

Norway Fund Said to Be Preferred Bidder for Singapore Tower

A consortium of Norway’s sovereign wealth fund and developer CapitaLand Ltd. was chosen as the preferred bidder for a Singapore tower being sold by BlackRock Inc., in what could become the biggest office deal in the city-state, people with knowledge of the matter said.

It's Glencore Versus Goldman in Metals as Miners Cut Production

Glencore cut zinc production, shares up 86% since Sept. 28

Global Stocks Slide With Metals After Weak Chinese Imports Data

Stocks retreated with metals after a bigger-than-estimated drop in China’s imports underscored how weakness in the world’s second-largest economy is being transmitted to its trading partners. Anheuser-Busch InBev SA advanced after announcing an agreement to buy SABMiller Plc.

Apocalypse Not-Quite-Now for Oil Producers: Liam Denning

If you watch oil markets, you have reason to feel nervous heading into Houston these days. But the most horrific thing about the city turns out to be the traffic on the Sam Houston Parkway. Expecting a scene from “The Walking Dead," you’re greeted instead with cranes over the skyline.

Have We Seen Peak Dollar?

On today's "Deep Dive," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu, Joe Weisenthal and Alix Steel take a look at U.S. dollar, BRIC ETFs and interest rate hike odds. They speak on “What’d You Miss?” (Source: Bloomberg)

Why Dell Is Using Tracking Stock for Its EMC Bid

About a quarter of Dell Inc.’s $67 billion valuation for EMC Corp. hinges on a type of security that most of Wall Street considers an artifact of the technology bubble: tracking stock. Should anyone be concerned?