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Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 19 October- 02 November

Rosselkhozbank to issue perpetual bonds – Petropavlovsk preparing its bond market debut –Croatia to hold a repo auction – Moldova cuts interest rates – Eurotorg issues Belarus’ first corporate bond – Greece to tap the international markets again – BOE hikes rates for first time since August 2016 – Relations between Turkey and the EU continue to deteriorate

2 Nov 2017

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 05 October- 19 October

Western sanctions against Russia could stay in place for the next 10 years – Russia Railways issued a RUB15bn bond – Belarus could face further rate cuts – Kazakhstan’s Central Bank to sell USD1bn in assets – Hungary tapped the markets with 10-year notes – Diplomatic tensions take a toll on Turkey’s assets – Tupras sold USD700mn of fresh debt

19 Oct 2017

CEFC Takes Stake in Rosneft as Russia and China Edge Closer

The final piece of the Rosneft-privatization puzzle appeared to fall into place, as initial investors Glencore and QIA agreed to sell the majority of their stake, purchased in December last year, to a little-known Chinese oil company. Yet the wider implications of the deal for the oil market and Sino-Russian ties are still unclear.

10 Oct 2017

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 21 September- 5 October

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

Newsworthy Times for Russia’s Private Banks

While most investors and the Bank of Russia expected to focus much of their attention for the remainder of 2017 on an impressive rebound in the country’s economic prospects, a series of challenges at some of Russia’s lenders – small, medium and large – have forced the world’s gaze onto the cracks emerging underneath its financial system.

29 Sep 2017

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 7 September – 21 September

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

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 7 September, 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

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 24 August - 07 September

Sistema runs a technical default – Otkritie bank to be bailout – Tajikistan is preparing benchmark offering – Moldova lowers its interest rate – Bank of Georgia sings a USD75mn trade finance club deal – Halk Bankasi to issue up to TRY12bn – Ukraine to issue Eurobond

7 Sep 2017

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 6 September, 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

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 10 August – 24 August

Rosneft cuts Venezuela’s credit– Eurochem is arranging a US$325mn pre-export facility – Sistema to pay US$2.3bn to Rosneft– Azerbaijan gets downgraded – Akbank signed a dual-tranche syndicated loan – Turkey sells US$971mn worth of T-bills

24 Aug 2017

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