The U.S. government said on Wednesday it will start keeping more cash on hand for when it can't tap debt markets, a measure that could help it pay bills during a natural disaster or a cyber attack.
Two Singapore oilfield service firms are finding it tough to refinance debt maturing later this year as the slump in crude prices has made investors and lenders hesitant, banking sources said.
A USD1 billion syndicated loan was formalized by Banco do Brasil with five international lending institutions.
A1 putting together consortium with two of the major stockholders of CEDC.
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