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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Sudip Roy' s stories

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  • Omantel cancellation shocks bankers

    Emerging Markets | 12 February 2016

    Bankers were left shocked last Wednesday after Omantel cancelled a US$130m-equivalent dual-tranche sukuk two weeks after the deal priced.

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    African Bank details restructuring offer

    Capital City | 04 February 2016

    South African consumer lender African Bank has announced details of an exchange offer as it restructures its liabilities.

  • Central European sovereigns switch dollars for euros

    Emerging Markets | 22 January 2016

    More Central European sovereigns are likely to follow Latvia’s lead in buying back their dollar debt and issuing euros to lock in cheaper funding costs.

  • Volatility the new norm in EM

    Emerging Markets | 22 January 2016

    Emerging markets ended on a high at the end of last week but only after taking another beating in the days before as a further nosedive in the oil price and sharp falls in stock markets in developed countries led a big sell-off in risk assets.

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    CEE sovereigns ponder dollar buybacks

    Capital City | 20 January 2016

    More Central European sovereigns are likely to follow Latvia’s lead in buying back their dollar debt and issuing euros to lock in cheaper funding costs.

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    Yuksel moves to protect noteholder interests

    Capital City | 19 January 2016

    Yuksel Insaat has announced new plans for the restructuring of its US$200m 9.5% Nov 2015 senior notes after worsening economic conditions in Turkey and the Middle East scuppered a previous scheme to repay creditors.

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    Puma Energy leaps at Delta bid

    Top News | 15 January 2016

    Puma Energy showed last week that certain commodity-related companies still have access to attractive financing, though not necessarily in the public markets.

  • Mixed reception for sovereigns

    Emerging Markets | 15 January 2016

    A host of heavyweight EM sovereigns finally came to market last week, although fortunes were mixed as doubts about China’s economic outlook and further jitters in commodity markets continue to haunt the asset class.

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    Brunswick Rail tackles debt worries

    Capital City | 12 January 2016

    Brunswick Rail has begun identifying bondholders as part of a strategic review of its capital structure.

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    Belgium to issue June 2026 euro bond – lead

    Capital City | 11 January 2016

    The Kingdom of Belgium intends to issue a euro syndicated benchmark bond maturing in June 2026 in the near future, according to a lead.