Derivatives linked to the US dollar-renminbi exchange rate have been successful during the Chinese currency’s four-year rise. But now it is sliding, corporate users are looking at heavy losses and regional...
The prospect of interest rate rises is a double-edged sword for Asia’s insurers: persistent low rates have left them grasping for decent returns but any rise in rates could herald an increase in lapses....
Dealers fear Taiwanese banks' sales of structured forwards to uncollateralised corporates will create funding burden as renminbi hits 18-month lows
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Relaxation of Taiwan's overseas investment rules for the retail sector is set to give a fillip to both CNH product demand and onshore banks
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With long-term bonds in short supply and falling interest rates putting pressure on earnings, Asian insurers are considering giving up on asset-liability matching in order to chase yield. Blake Evans-Pritchard reports
Issuance of Basel III-compliant bonds in India likely to be followed in Australia and Malaysia but investors are cautious of potential dangers
Low yields and lack of liquidity are keeping international investors away from the Taiwanese baodao market
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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