JPMorgan had valued notes at USD0.95 to the dollar, to be offered for the first time since January 2010.
After a Moody's advisory, Winsway was able to leverage a buyback of its bonds at a third of its original value.
In a bid to ease the pressure on its public finances, Oman is set to issue an international bond as well as a sovereign bond next year.
New Treasuries demand showed a solid improvement following the retreat of Wall Street dealers and rising yields.
The return by Egypt of USD2 billion to Qatar is a sign of growing tensions between the two countries.
Hungary applied for permission to sell bonds in the US market.
Belgium brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev would be selling bonds as yields fell in Europe.
The USD2 billion deposit by the Qatari government in support of former Egyptian President Mursi's government was converted to bonds by the current administration in Egypt.
Indonesia gathered IDR 12 trillion in its most recent bond offering, beating an initial target of IDR 8 trillion.
IILM Corp's debut sukuk was oversubscribed according to reports.
German bonds declined on its second week signaling an improved damp demand for the euro region's safest fixed-income assets.
IBM issued US$2.15 billion worth of bonds with two ten-year offerings.
Federal Reserve must dissolve bond-buying program quickly, according to Richmond Fed leader Jeffrey Lacker.
Aviva Plc watched out for default red flags as US$112 billion of all the kinds of bonds matures during China's crackdown.
JPMorgan and Wells Fargo let go bonds worth around US$38 billion.