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MSCI blocks China’s A-shares – PPC looks to finalise loan – NLMK snags €130mn 4-year RCF – Indonesia launches JPY100bn private placement

Jun 15, 2016 // 5:25PM

The Government of Iraq is reportedly seeking up to US$20bn in loans from groups like the IMF, World Bank and Islamic Development Bank to shore up spending after falling oil revenues hit its public accounts

IMF has offered Angola a US$4.5bn loan

The Government of Oman is reportedly seeking between US$5-10bn from the loan market to compensate for low banking sector liquidity

MSCI declines to add China's local currency A-Shares to the index

The Government of Indonesia has launched a private placement of JPY100bn samurai bonds. The deal comprised of two tranches of JPY62bn due in 2019 with a yield of 0.83%, and JPY38bn due in 2021 yielding 1.16%

South African cement maker PPC Ltd. is reported to be in the final stages of securing a ZAR2bn (US$131mn) bridge facility

Dubai's Emirates NBD is in the process of finalising a three-year syndicated loan, which could range between US$1 -1.3bn

The Government of Sudan approved a KD60mn (approx US$200mn) loan from Kuwait to finance irrigation of the Roseires dam in the Blue Nile state

Cablevision has issued a US$500mn 5-year bond carrying a yield of 6.5%.

NLMK Sales Europe, a division of NLMK secured a €130mn 4-year revolving credit facility

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