China’s growing corporate-bank nexus is toxic mix

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - The ever-closer relationship between Chinese companies and banks can be a toxic mix. A growing number of companies in the People's Republic are buying into local lenders that need to raise capital. The interdependence ... ( read original story ...)

China's New Cash Crunch Reminiscent Of Liquidity Stop In 2013

China’s money markets have experienced tightened liquidity on higher money market rates, reminiscent of the central bank-engineered liquidity crunch of 2013, and likely designed to rein in excessive short-term borrowing in the financial sector. ( read original story ...)

Putting All Our Eggs in China's Basket Came at a Cost, UBS Says

UBS Group AG, which built an Asian investment-banking powerhouse around the strength of its China business, is finding that excessive reliance on one single market can be a bad thing. Sam Kendall, who was promoted last year to run the regional investment ... ( read original story ...)

China Bank arranges P4-B loan for CebuPac

MANILA, Philippines - China Banking Corp. is now one of the biggest local players in aviation financing after arranging a P4 billion loan facility for Cebu Air Inc. (Cebu Pacific) to bankroll its fleet expansion program China Bank Capital Corp. (CBCC) was ... ( read original story ...)