B&N and Otkrite to merge – Sberbank to withdraw from some European countries – Sibur issued a USD500mn bond – Armenia holds rates – Slovenia places a EUR700mn bond – Turkey to issue gold-backed instruments – Yields on Spain’s bonds spike after referendum
5 Oct 2017
A fortnightly review of Russia's debt capital markets, covering the latest loan, sukuk and bond deals, rating actions, policy and credit market developments... B&N becomes another Russian bank to be nationalised – Sistema appeals against court decision in Rosneft lawsuit – Russia to resolve tax dispute with Exxon over Sakhalin-1 – Ukraine issues first Eurobond since Crimea annexation – Turkey’s…
21 Sep 2017
UNEC to raise AED1bn – Bahrain to issue a sukuk – Nigeria pre-launched its sukuk sale – Afreximbank to boost capital for lending – CABEI gets upgraded – ADB tapped the international markets – Russia to resolve dispute with Exxon Mobile
7 Sep 2017
Non-resident EM inflows flatline in August – Middle East bond market to see USD20bn of new supply in 2017 – Oman replaces CBO governor – Ecobank subsidiary secures USD250mn 5-year loan – Brazil looks ready to cut rates – Mexico City airport in market for USD2bn – CDB looks to raise CNY5bn in green bonds – ArcelorMittal Ukrainian subsidiary in loan talks with EBRD
6 Sep 2017
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
Gazprom tapped the international markets – Alfa Bank issued a RUB10bn Eurobond – AFK Sistema declared technical default on bonds –– Halyk Bank acquires Kazkommertsbank – IBA plans to restructured approved by shareholders – Greece returned to the capital markets – Halbank to issue a US$2bn bond in the international markets
28 Jul 2017
With political tension rising in the developed world and geopolitical events dominating international headlines, investors are fleeing to “safe havens” in an attempt to reduce their exposure to the volatility of the market.
19 Apr 2017
As the political future of Europe hangs in balance, investors are looking at EM securities as viable replacements.
29 Mar 2017
Last week the world’s economic and political elites descended to the Swiss city of Davos for the annual World Economic Forum (WEF). This year's conference was unlike any other before – fitting given how unconventional 2016 really was – and left economic leaders with more questions than answers.
24 Jan 2017
Ukraine’s largest lender PrivatBank is to be taken over by the government as liquidity woes threaten client savings. Among other things, the move raises questions about implementation of the Basel III bail-in measures embedded in the bank’s securities.
20 Dec 2016