Tuesday, 22 May 2018

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  • Gulf spree rekindles liquidity fears

    Banks' ploys on Gulf bond deals draw attention

    Ticker | 22 May 2018

    The way in which lead banks put orders into Middle East bond deals is coming under the spotlight, with some bankers arguing the practice is misleading investors as it is not clear how real those bids are.

  • Latvia

    Latvia offers sovereign supply

    Ticker | 22 May 2018

    Latvia (A3/A-/A-) is holding a global investor call as it looks to sell a new 10-year euro benchmark as well as tap its May 2036s and/or February 2047s.

  • Roadblocks ahead for Russia’s bond market rehabilitation

    Russia sanctions threaten capital markets shutdown

    Top News | 18 May 2018

    Russian companies are facing months of being shut out of global capital markets, as investors continue to digest the latest round of sanctions against the country introduced last month.

  • South Africa toughs out rates spike

    Emerging Markets | 18 May 2018

    Unsettled markets weighed on South Africa’s latest bond sale on Tuesday as a sell-off in Treasuries made life tough for the first offering from the post-Zuma administration.

  • Qatar flag

    CBQ tightens pricing

    Ticker | 17 May 2018

    Commercial Bank of Qatar is the only emerging markets borrower to brave the mainstream public markets.

  • South African flag

    South Africa underwhelms with US$2bn trade

    Ticker | 16 May 2018

    The positive news from the South Africa offering was that it got done; the sovereign raised US$2bn and the new administration can get on with enacting the reforms that investors are hoping for.

  • South African national flag

    South Africa confronts choppy market

    Ticker | 15 May 2018

    South Africa has chosen a less than straightforward backdrop against which to launch its dual-tranche bond offering.

  • Argentinians protest against the government seeking IMF help

    Argentina's two-year market honeymoon ends in separation

    Top News | 11 May 2018

    Just two years after regaining access to markets, ending more than a decade as a financial pariah, Argentina has once again found itself shut off from global capital after a new financial crisis hit the country, forcing it to ask

  • Turkey

    Selling pressure on Turkey abates but problems persist

    Top News | 11 May 2018

    Asset prices in Turkey were showing some signs of recovery by the end of last week after a crushing few days that saw the country at the centre of a broader sell-off of emerging markets risk.

  • African sovereign proves EM resilience

    Emerging Markets | 11 May 2018

    Ghana bided its time before pouncing on a good day for risk assets with a US$2bn dual-tranche offering of amortising notes.

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