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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

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 Yapi Kredi closes USD151mn dual-currency syndicated term loan – Tajikistan sees strong demand on inaugural Eurobond – Tensions between Poland and the EU escalate

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

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

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

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 29 July – 10 August

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

Economic Woes hit Project Finance in Turkey

Project finance in Turkey continues to decline as geopolitical fears, high financing costs and low energy prices put a dent in demand and further strain the local lenders assets.

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 13 July – 28 July

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

Yields Could Tempt EM Investors as Greece Plots a Bond Market Return

A US$3bn issuance could offer the world’s oldest democracy an escape route from the vicious debt cycle it has found itself in, but expectations will need to be managed and a continued push for reforms is integral to this mission.

Russia, CIS, Europe & Turkey Credit Markets Brief: 20 June - 13 July

Russian Eurobonds see strong demand despite additional US sanctions looming – Russia’s VTB agrees new loan to Croatia’s struggling food producer Agrokor – Gazprom issues US$500mn Eurobond – Russia’s Yugra bank is latest to go into administration – Ukraine expects delays on latest IMF tranche – State-owned Ukrainian Railways to issue UAH2bn bond - Azerbaijan's FX reserves rose by US$3bn - Turkey's Is Bankasi issues US$500mn bond


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