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On The Horizon in EMs

Deals, rating actions, currency movements, policy changes, and the occasional bit of hearsay. Here is your daily snapshot of what’s happening, and what’s on the horizon, in emerging markets.

May 23, 2016 // 5:08PM

Qatar to raise US$5bn (Dh18.36 billion) in bonds

Boubyan Bank completes sale of US$250mn Tier1 sukuk

Singapore reports April CPI Monday, which is expected at -0.7% y/y vs. -1.0% in March

Taiwan reports April IP Monday, which is expected at -1.8% y/y vs. -3.6% in March

Turkish central bank meets Tuesday and is expected to cut the overnight lending rate 50 bp to 9.5%

Hungarian central bank meets Tuesday and is expected to cut rates 15 bp to 0.90%

Mexico reports mid-May CPI Tuesday, which is expected to rise 2.7% y/y vs. 2.6% in mid-April

Brazil reports April current account data Tuesday

Polish central bank releases minutes on Friday

Colombian central bank meets Friday and is expected to hike rates 25 bp to 7.25%

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group priced a US$400mn green bond, the first for the Chinese auto sector

Kallpa Generacion S.A., Baa3/BBB-, announced US$350mn 10-year 144A/RegS senior notes

City of Buenos Aires plans to issue up to US$890mn 10-year bonds as early as next week

China Hongqiao Group opens for syndications for $700mn loan

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