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GCC Debt Sees Strong Demand in Q2 But Worsening Outlook Raises Alarms

GCC sovereign bond issuance surged to USD26bn and attracted more than USD140bn in demand through the second quarter of this year as the region’s governments flocked to international markets to cover deficits sent wider by lower oil prices and depressed economic activity. Some analysts say investors should not be so quick to shrug off some of the macroeconomic pressures weighing on the region.

May 29, 2020 // 4:00AM

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