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  1. A vehicle waits at the drive-thru window of Kentucky Fried Chicken after a state mandated carry-out

    KFC owner Yum Brands breaks junk debt market's fast

    Yum Brands Inc , owner of Pizza Hut, KFC and Taco Bell restaurant chains, sold US$600 million in bonds on Monday, reopening the U.S. market for ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: President of Germany's Constitutional Court Vosskuhle attends the ruling on the le

    For ECB, coronabonds could be shield against legal challenges

    European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde has a concrete reason for putting pressure on euro zone governments to finance the fight against ...
  3. File photo of people walking by the JP Morgan & Chase Co. building in New York

    US conglomerates see borrowing costs spike

    Walt Disney Co , JPMorgan Chase & Co and United Parcel Service Inc were among seven major U.S. companies that accepted a big rise in their ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: View of the Exxon Mobil refinery in Baytown, Texas

    Exxon pays more to borrow amid market turmoil

    Exxon Mobil Corp paid a big premium to raise US$8.5 billion in new debt on Tuesday, as a rout in energy prices and stock market jitters fueled by ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Argentine one hundred peso bills are displayed in this picture illustration

    Quarantined bankers, video roadshows: coronavirus hits Argentine debt talks

    Argentina's ambitious target to strike a deal with bondholders to revamp almost US$70 billion in debts by the end of March was never going to be easy.
  6. FILE PHOTO: The image of United States President George Washington is seen on an engraving plate fo

    US watchdog proposes national standard for disclosing expired debt

    The U.S. consumer watchdog on Friday proposed establishing a national standard for how debt collectors must inform borrowers when they cannot be ...
  7. Workers walk in the City of London

    Commentary: Weaker growth prospects herald bad news for businesses and financial markets

    What’s the outlook for the global economy this year? Downside risks and the lack of a cushion throw questions on optimistic projections, say ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: A participant stands near a logo of World Bank at the International Monetary Fund - Wor

    Commentary: The end of the decade – the world is in more debt and it isn’t going away

    Low interest rates and fiscal spending to help economies climb out of the global financial crisis has put the world at record debt levels.