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Aoyuan Bond Seeks to extend Maturity on Onshore & Offshore Bond
Aoyuan Bond Drop Pulls Down China Junk Notes: China Aoyuan Group’s dollar bonds declined, dragging Chinese junk notes down with them, as a report saying the company failed to pay a trust loan in full revived concerns about stress among the country’s developers.
China high-yield dollar notes dropped 1 to 2 cents, credit traders said, and Aoyuan’s 2022 and 2023 bonds both slumped, Bloomberg-compiled prices show. The property company missed payment on 66 million yuan ($10.3 million) of a 78 million yuan trust loan on Nov. 12, REDD reported, citing a source familiar with the matter and a notice seen by the research firm.
The terms 'bonds' and 'notes' are used interchangeably (and there is no legal difference between the terms), though notes tend to be issued either continuously or intermittently with shorter maturities (under three years) and bonds issued in a discrete large offering with a longer maturity.
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