Singapore Bond Market Frenzy Distorts Credit Costs, S&P SaysBy
Flight to quality names has been a bit irrational: analysts
‘Limited differentiation’ seen in Asean firms’ funding costs
Corporate bond offerings by some of Singapore’s biggest companies are drawing such strong demand from investors that they are artificially lowering borrowing costs for weaker borrowers, according to S&P Global Ratings.
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