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  • 22 May 2015
    • Malaysia’s sukuk volumes will be stable, driven by corporate and sovereign refinancings
      Total sukuk bond issuance in Malaysia will be flat or slightly lower in 2015 when compared with the $20 billion seen in 2014, because of the government’s policy of fiscal deficit reduction, against the backdrop of weak commodity prices and foreign exchange volatility. Nonetheless the country remains the largest and most liquid market globally, with a deep institutional investor base…Full Report ​​​​​
  • 19 May 2015
    • China’s removal of drug price caps will lead to pharmaceutical innovations, better product quality
      The reform — which will take effect on 1 June — along with other medical reforms being undertaken by the Chinese government, will benefit in particular, large Chinese pharmaceutical companies with strong R&D capacity and product strength. However, drug prices will remain pressured because of intense competition under the provincial drug tender system, given that the minimization of health care costs remains a government's priority.… Press Release l Full Report
  • 13 May 2015
    • Stable outlook for global shipping reflects modest EBITDA growth amid low fuel prices, cost cuts
      All four main segments — dry bulk, crude oil tankers, product tankers and containers — carry stable outlooks, but do not exhibit equal levels of imbalance with supply and demand. In this respect, we are more positive about the tanker segment and least positive about the dry bulk segment. Downside risks for the sector overall remain high. The outlook could return to negative if shipping supply growth exceeds demand growth by more than 2%, or aggregate EBITDA falls by more than 5% year-over-year.… Press Release l Full Report
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