EIB brings another A$500m increase.
CEB increases 2012 Roo.
IADB reaffirms Kauri and Kangaroo commitment following deals.
Rabobank roadshows before tapping inflation-linked bond.
Rentenbank Kauri hits repo limit.
CEB prices first new Kauri of 2008.
CIT talks stability at investor meetings.
Feature: After the gold rush
New Zealand’s investors have a key role to play in determining whether issuance in the newly-vibrant Kauri market is sustainable. But right now there is little consensus on market dynamics and outlook, particularly among institutional investors.
Nordic issuer report: When less is more
Although largely sheltered from the fallout of the sub-prime debacle, most Nordic issuers will be cutting funding in 2008. KangaNews explores the transitions in funding strategies of issuers from this sector in the context of how this will impact their funding in non-core markets.
Feature: Revving up the domestic triple-A bid
The early stages of 2008 have seen an improvement in deal flow from triple-A rated Kangaroos, with intermediaries claiming a steady re-emergence of domestic demand for the paper. But the Australian investor base remains nervous and cagey, and with predictions of tightening government bond supply opinions are divided on market outlook.
Exclusive data on Kangaroo and Kauri deals issued from January 1 to February 22 2008.
Bookrunner league tables for the Kangaroo and Kauri bond markets.
Tuesday, 10 December 2013 10:02am
Asset allocation within Australia’s managed funds industry continued to see withdrawals from... Register to read more
Friday, 6 December 2013 02:50pm
The Australian market appears to be slowing entering the last month of the year, with steady deal... Register to read more
Latest Issue 2013 December Supplement: Commonwealth Bank Conference
In October 2013, Commonwealth Bank hosted its sixth annual Australasian Fixed Income Conference. KangaNews is proud to present its coverage of this benchmark event.