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Monday, 16 July 2018

Sudip Roy' s stories

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  • Turkey, Islamic finance, sukuk

    Ziraat joins post-vote swell

    Ticker | 26 April 2017

    Ziraat Bank printed an opportunistic five-year note on Tuesday, becoming the second Turkish lender to hit the market following this month’s referendum on the constitution.

  • Russia

    Russia struggles to entice foreign banks

    Top News | 21 April 2017

    Russia’s attempts to woo international banks to underwrite a forthcoming sovereign bond deal appear to have failed, with the country’s finance minister saying it will be led by domestic banks only.

  • Moscow

    Russia canvassed foreign banks' views on working on bond

    Ticker | 19 April 2017

    Russia’s government has canvassed opinion from international banks about their working on its forthcoming bond deal.

  • KMG takes advantage of duration bid

    Emerging Markets | 13 April 2017

    KazMunaiGas returned to the primary market last week for the first time since October 2014 with a triple-tranche offering that highlighted the bid for duration.

  • Agrokor

    Moody's downgrades Agrokor to Caa2

    Ticker | 11 April 2017

    The credit ratings of Agrokor have taken a further hit after Moody’s downgraded the Croatian retailer by a notch.

  • Saudi Arabian flag

    Mixed views on Saudi IPTs

    Ticker | 11 April 2017

    Saudi Arabia has begun marketing its debut sukuk about 20bp back of its conventional curve. The sovereign has opened books on a five-year tranche at 115bp area over mid-swaps. It also marketing a 10-year tranche at plus 155bp area.

  • Rupiah

    Record-breaking EM thrives on inflows

    Top News | 07 April 2017

    EM bond issuance will continue to be robust over the coming months although the pace is expected to slow in the wake of a record quarter of supply.

  • South African flag

    Moody's to review South Africa

    Ticker | 04 April 2017

    Moody’s has put South Africa on review for a downgrade following the ousting of Pravin Gordhan as finance minister last week.

  • Turkey

    Turkey brushes off Halkbank arrest

    Top News | 31 March 2017

    Turkey pushed through a sukuk deal on Thursday just days after one of the country’s leading bankers was arrested in the US on allegations of violating Iran sanctions.

  • South Africa

    Ratings danger for South Africa as Gordhan is sacked

    Top News | 31 March 2017

    .Investors expect a downgrade of South Africa’s credit ratings in the coming months after President Jacob Zuma controversially fired his finance minister last Thursday, once again threatening the country’s investment-grade status.