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Evergrande bond prices continue to decline: YIELD PRICE AXE AXE TKR CPN MTY CCY BID OFFER MID COD BID SZ ASK SZ EVERRE 8.25 Mar-22 USD 13.50 15.50 17,211.75 -2.00 0.000 0.000 EVERRE 9.5 Apr-22 USD 12.00 14.00 7993.86 -2.00 0.000 0.000 EVERRE 11.5 Ja...
Here is the pricing of Evergrande bonds: YIELD PRICE AXE AXE TKR CPN MTY CCY BID OFFER MID COD BID SZ ASK SZ EVERRE 8.25 Mar-22 USD 16.50 18.50 5111.48 -0.50 0.000 0.000 EVERRE 9.5 Apr-22 USD 15.00 17.00 3715.03 -0.50 0.000 0.000 EVERRE 11.5 Jan-23 ...
Evergrande's bond prices continue to melt: -EVERRE-- YIELD PRICE AXE AXE TKR CPN MTY CCY BID OFFER MID COD BID SZ ASK SZ EVERRE 8.25 Mar-22 USD 12.00 14.00 3736.21 0.00 0.000 0.000 EVERRE 9.5 Apr-22 USD 11.00 13.00 3223.54 0.00 0.000 0.000 EVERRE 1...
While investors focus on the Fed and the rotation from growth to value, China's economic lot is eroding. The unrelenting decline in Evergrande bond prices continued today: -EVERRE-- YIELD PRICE AXE AXE TKR CPN MTY CCY BID OFFER MID COD BID SZ ASK ...
Evergrande bond prices: YIELD PRICE AXE AXE TKR CPN MTY CCY BID OFFER MID COD BID SZ ASK SZ EVERRE 8.25 Mar-22 USD 14.50 16.50 2872.91 -1.50 0.000 0.000 EVERRE 9.5 Apr-22 USD 13.50 14.50 2568.14 -0.50 0.000 0.000 EVERRE 11.5 Jan-23 USD 13.00 15.00 5...
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