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Euromoney, January 2017

2017 has opened with a bang in the Asia-Pacific debt markets, fuelled by a perfect storm of influences. It might not last, but bankers are enjoying it while it does.

Over the course of two weeks in January, issuers flocked to the market like animals heading for a soon-departing ark. And the flood they were trying to get ahead of? Take your pick from a Trump presidency, hard Brexit, rising rates or the French and German elections.

They came in every shape and size: sovereign benchmarks from Korea and the Philippines, high-yield deals from Indonesia, a rare glut of investment-grade transactions out of India, and paper of every variety from the quasi-sovereign to the unrated out of China.

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Chris Wright
Chris Wright
Chris is a journalist specialising in business and financial journalism across Asia, Australia and the Middle East. He is Asia editor for Euromoney magazine and has written for publications including the Financial Times, Institutional Investor, Forbes, Asiamoney, the Australian Financial Review, Discovery Channel Magazine, Qantas: The Australian Way and BRW. He is the author of No More Worlds to Conquer, published by HarperCollins.

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