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Middle East Credit Markets Brief: 3 August – 17 August

Middle Eastern air carriers’ passenger growth disappoint – Goldman Sachs bough a piece of Aramco’s credit facility – Saudi Arabia mulls local sukuk – TAQA to refinance US$500mn bond - Doha Bank to sell UAE credit assets – Egypt’s FDI hit US$48.7bn – Bahrain picks banks for US bond – Iraq bond issuance received US$6.6bn in orders – Jordan might tap the international markets in 2017

17 Aug 2017

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 29 July – 10 August

CBR keeps rates steady, readies sale of OBR bonds – Nickel production in Russia to remain flat this year – Naftogaz increases compensation demand from Russia by US$5bn – Engie may pull out of Nordstream 2 – Albaraka Turk readies US$400mn issuance – Bank lending in Turkey to rise in 2018

10 Aug 2017

Africa Credit Markets Brief: 27 July- 9 August

South African economy likely to return to growth – Nigerian government secures a loan from AfDB – Nigeria’s green bond suspended once again – Democratic Republic of Congo’s inflation to hit 44.64% – Kenya’s Treasury bonds outperforming the corporate debt – Rosneft seeks to open offices in Mozambique – Ghana sold a 5-year bond – Republic of Congo is heading for a default – Zimbabwe to double its…

9 Aug 2017

Latin America Credit Markets Brief: 20 July – 2 August

Mexico’s economy continued to grow in Q2 – Brazil to freeze spending– Petrobras boss arrested on corruption charges – IMF upgrades Argentina’s growth forecast – YPF tapped the international markets with a US$750mn bond – Banco de Bogota issued unsecured notes worth US$600mn – Graña y Montero signed a syndicated loan – US imposed sanctions on Maduro – Banco General issued a 10-year bond –…

2 Aug 2017

Africa Credit Markets Brief: 13 July – 27 July

Sub-Saharan African investment banking fees reached US$244.7mn during the half of 2017 – South Africa to issue a US$2bn Eurobond – South Africa’s central bank cuts rates – Nigeria’s inflation fell to a 13- month low – Kenya’s National Treasury extended the sale of securities through M-Akiba platform – Mozambique defaulted on Eurobond payment – Ghana will not extend IMF programme –Republic of…

27 Jul 2017

Latin America Credit Markets Brief: June 9 – June 22

Navistar Financial tapped the local markets – Temer denies corruption allegations – IFC is investing in Banco Industrial do Brazil – Temer received another setback in the Senate – Argentina issued a 100-year bond – MSCI snubbed Argentina – Davivienda issued a triple- tranche bond in the local markets – Chile issued a US$1.2bn bond – Panama’s inflation eased – Petroperu tapped the international…

22 Jun 2017

Latin America Credit Markets Brief: May 26 – June 8

PRI scores a narrow victory in Mexico’s largest state – Brazil: JBS SA has the wind taken out of its sails – Argentina strikes new agreement with credit holdouts – Colombia’s Davivienda reveals big borrowing plans – Chile’s Codelco preps bond issuance – Peru, IFC mull US$2bn green bond issuance – Ecuador hits the international market – Venezuela moves to restructure debt with Russia – Uruguay…

8 Jun 2017

Africa Credit Markets Brief

AfDB calls for investment across Africa to close annual US$162bn funding gap – Kenya borrows US$1bn via syndicated loan – Nigeria raises mere NGN100bn in bond sale – Nigeria looking to secure US$5.2bn World Back funding package – Zimbabwe warns South Africa over proposed land reform – Russia’s Rosatom committed to nuclear plant project in South Africa – Senegal issues Eurobond – Saudi Aramco…

17 May 2017

PPP Reforms in Peru Raise Fresh Concerns Around Funding Sources

As some praise the new public-private partnership (PPP) reforms carried out by the centre-right government of Pedro Kuczynski, others question the impact they may have on construction companies’ abilities to secure financing.

5 May 2017

Can Chile Get its Groove Back?

For more than three decades, Chile was the poster child of neo-liberalism, the country that followed diligently the IMF playbook. Such discipline was rewarded with impressive growth and the envy of its Latin American peers. By 2010, pundits predicted that Chile was but a few years shy of becoming Latin America’s first “developed” nation. The latest down-cycle, marked by both low copper prices and…

25 Apr 2017

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