BANKERS are increasingly reluctant to give commodity traders in Asia the credit they need to survive as the lenders grow ever more fearful about the risk of a catastrophic default.

[SYDNEY] The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) on Monday bought A$4 billion (S$3.36 billion) in local government bonds as part of its quantitative easing programme to keep short-term yields around...

[DETROIT] Ford Motor said on Thursday it was drawing down US$15.4 billion from two existing credit lines and suspending dividend payments as it bolsters its reserves to ride out damage to its...

OCBC Credit Research believes Singapore Airlines (SIA) will likely require external financial funding soon, with travel demand drying up amid the novel coronavirus crisis.

INDIA'S credit crisis appears to be winding down for the safest borrowers, but it's hardly time to celebrate as weaker firms still struggle.

CHINA'S new home prices grew at a slower pace in August as a cooling economy and existing curbs on speculative buying put a dent on overall demand.

[BEIJING] China's new home prices grew at a slower pace in August as a cooling economy and existing curbs on speculative buying put a dent on overall demand.

[PARIS] France has proposed offering Iran about US$15 billion in credit lines until year-end if Tehran comes fully back into compliance with its 2015 nuclear deal, a move that hinges on Washington...

INDIAN real estate developers are at risk of going belly-up as mounting stress in the nation's credit market dries up funding even for those willing to pay decade-high rates.

AS global markets began 2019, making amends for a bygone year that saw volatility hit levels not seen since global markets were spooked in 2015, much has been written about the shift in portfolio...