Wednesday, 13 December 2017

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  • International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) logo

    IPIC picks nine banks to arrange euro bond – sources

    Ticker | 11 May 2016

    (IFR/Reuters) - Abu Dhabi state-owned International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) has selected the nine banks which lent to its subsidiary for its own euro-denominated bond issue, sources aware of the matter said.

  • Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) office

    Abu Dhabi's Taqa considering bond issue – sources

    Ticker | 09 May 2016

    Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) is the latest entity from the region considering an international bond, according to several sources.

  • Abu Dhabi kicks off Gulf spree

    Emerging Markets | 29 April 2016

    Abu Dhabi continued the theme of comebacks with a dual-tranche offering last Monday.

  • Trio lead development bank charge

    Emerging Markets | 29 April 2016

    Three development banks sold debut trades on Thursday, reflecting the strength of a market buoyed by accommodative central banks and higher commodity prices.

  • Mozambique details debts

    Emerging Markets | 22 April 2016

    Mozambique has detailed its foreign and domestic debt up to the end of 2014 in a recent bond prospectus, the last available data.

  • VimpelCom name carries the day

    Emerging Markets | 22 April 2016

    VimpelCom crunched pricing on its first dollar deal in three years as investors rushed to get their hands on a bellwether EM credit despite complexities surrounding the structure.

  • Vimpelcom's main office in Moscow

    Russian borrowers dive back into the market

    Top News | 15 April 2016

    Russian issuance is picking up as resurgent demand and more supportive conditions draw borrowers back to the bond market.

  • ABank execution draws criticism

    Emerging Markets | 15 April 2016

    Turkey’s Alternatifbank claimed the dubious honour of achieving the biggest tightening during an execution in recent memory after the issuer launched its deal 100bp inside initial price thoughts last week, but leads defended the move.

  • Logo of the French power grid RTE

    Issuance flies as Bunds ratchet in

    Top News | 08 April 2016

    Europe’s primary bond markets are expected to stay busy over the coming weeks, with bankers dismissing fears of an imminent crash in the Bund market even though 10-year yields look stretched as they edge close to record lows.

  • South African flag

    South Africa's hit-and-miss return

    Top News | 08 April 2016

    A downgrade of its economic outlook and political wrangling did not stop South Africa from issuing its first conventional US dollar bonds in nearly two years last Thursday, although the sovereign missed its final pricing target.