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Paragon Care, a leading distributor and manufacturer supplying medical equipment to hospitals, is to raise A$69.8 million (US$54.6 million) in a fully underwritten offer on the ASX.
Parkway Life REIT, which is owned by IHH Healthcare, is to acquire Konosu Nursing Home Kyoseien, a nursing rehabilitation facility in Greater Tokyo, under a sale-and-leaseback agreement with Iryouhoujin Shadan Kouaikai for ¥1.5 billion (US$13.7 million).
New Zealand-based cancer diagnostics company Pacific Edge (PEB) has entered into an agreement with MediNcrease Health Plans, a US national provider network, to make its bladder cancer diagnostic test available.
Beijing-based paediatric centre Dr Cuiyutao Healthcare has raised Series C plus funding led by New Oriental Education & Technology Group. The size of the funding has not been disclosed, but is understood to be in the millions of US dollars.
Kelantan-based Ain Medicare, which manufactures both blood and renal medical devices as well as pharmaceutical products, has raised M$20 million (US$5.1 million) in a strategic investment from Malaysian government investment company A-BIO.
Anthea Muir has been named chief executive of Australian cosmetic clinic chain Laser Clinics Australia with Paul McClintock as chairman. Muir comes from Luxottica Group while McClintock is best known as the former chairman of Medibank Private.
Harmonicare Medical, the largest private obstetrics and gynaecology specialty hospital group in China, has increased its loan to help the Rmb160 million (US$25.3 million) construction of Wuxi Harmonicare, a new obstetrics and gynaecology hospital in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province.
Higher sales have given a boost to third quarter results at medical rubber glove manufacturer Hartalega Holdings.
Hang Seng-listed Golden Meditech has taken a 16.1% stake in Nanjing Ying Peng Hui Kang Medical Industry Investment Partnership for Rmb1.1 billion (US$178.4 million).
Singapore-listed medical supplies group QT Vascular has entered into a term sheet with an unnamed multinational relating to the company’s coronary products. Financial terms have not been disclosed.
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The late sell-off on Wall Street last night, spooked markets in Asia which dropped to two-year lows. “The Dow and S&P 500 are now technically in correction territory as they have both fallen over 10% from their highs. While such a correction was expected by many people, the pace of it is somewhat alarming,” said William O’Loughlin, local investment analyst, at Rivkin Securities in Sydney. Chinese markets – dominated by retail investors – were particularly hit. The Shanghai Composite crashed more than 4% with the Hang Seng down more than 3%. No Asian bourse was in positive territory. Safe haven buying of the yen saw the Nikkei lose more than 3%. It recovered slightly in afternoon trading, but it is still down around 9% on the week. US Treasuries, however, were little changed. The 10-year pulled back marginally to 2.83%. Stephen Innes, head of trading APAC at online multi-asset trader OANDA in Singapore, reckons that markets are hell-bent on a 3% yield. It is not the yield itself that is the problem, rather the pace that has caused all of the problems. “The rapidity of the moves has caught the markets by surprise, and we are going through the predictable panicked repricing of most asset classes,” he said. The proximity of the Lunar New Year holidays is not going to help. Expect to see traders close down positions with increasing rapidity next week.


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