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22 May 2017   Daily Roundup

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

Central Bank of Egypt surprises with rate hike – QIB prices RegS deal – Saudi Arabia to resume local debt sales – South African meets with rating agency – Ghana Central Bank continues record cuts – Province of BA cancels benchmark bond sale due to volatility – Temer refuses to step aside – Indonesia’s debt rallies on rating upgrade – Malaysia’s Matrix Concepts Holdings plans fresh issuance – Russia’s Tinkoff Bank to issue fresh Eurobonds

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

Saudi Arabia buys up US Treasuries ahead of Trump visit – BADEA provides US$20mn loans to Côte d'Ivoire and Niger – Sibanye Gold taps shareholders for a US$1bn rights issue at 60% discount – Ghana looks to cut rates – Trump pushes ahead with NAFTA renegotiation – Brazil assets and bonds drop amid political turmoil – Indonesia gets investment grade boost from S&P – Uralkali sets coupon at 8.95%-9.20% for RUB10-15bn note

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

Oman to issue sukuk – ADB issued bonds – Taiwanese banks to issue maiden green bonds - The cost of insuring Brazil's sovereign debt against default skyrockets- Zambia’s economy to grow 4% – Russia plans to sell part of state shipping firm Sovcomflot - Eni SpA and Rosneft signed an agreement of cooperation

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

QIB issues US$750mn 5-year bond – Garanti Bank issues US$750mn 10-year international bond – Nedbank closed a US$450mn 3-year senior unsecured term loan facility - The African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank) to invest up to US$500mn in Gambia - Kenya selling two T-bonds worth US$398mn - Senegal’s US$1.1bn Eurobond more than eight times oversubscribed – Mexico investigating 7 foreign banks accused of bond price manipulations - Slovenia completes EUR2bn dual-tranche bond tap

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

QIB prices five-year sukuk – ICBC Dubai issues two-tranche US$700mn bond – Bank Muscat is set to issue debut 5-year OMR25mn sukuk - Kuwait gets on board for further OPEC production cuts – Banque Misr signs US$500mn loan with CDB – Petrobras issues US$4bn bond – Uralkali gathers offers for 3-year local bond worth up to RUB10bn – Poland’s PKO BP plans to redeem PLN1.6bn in subordinated bonds issued in September 2012

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

Dubai secures US$3bn for airport upgrades – QIIB lines up sukuk – Egypt readies Eurobond sale – Finansbank hits the bond market – Nigeria plans US$100mn in new forwards sale – Ivory Coast credit affected by escalation of violence – BNDES to help finance solar project in Minas Gerais – Argentina authorises US$20bn in future debt sales – China reveals whopping US$124bn in funding linked to “One Belt, One Road” – Indian credit to CAPEX-heavy industries suffering – Russian banks thwart cyber-attack -VTB posts huge profit increase

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

Saudi Electricity Co. hits the loan market – Turkey’s balance of payments, current account deficit improve – Kenya CMA to bring mobile bonds to the corporate world – Nigeria plans fresh debt sale – Namibia gets AfDB loan – Unifin, Capex price Eurobonds – Pacer Logistica hits the local market – China sweetens on US, kicks of fresh One Belt Road funding – Investors likely to take haircuts on debt in India: Moody’s – Rosneft begins bookbuilding ahead of RUB placement

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

GIB granted approval to operate in Saudi – QIB inks QAR3.4bn sharia-compliant structured facility – Saudi Arabia wants to nationalise civil service in 3 years – Nigeria DMO bond auction disappoints – Zenith Bank readies benchmark bond – BancoEstado hits the Aussie market – inflation on the rise in Argentina – Russian Railways begins bookbuilding for local bond

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

Egypt inflation continues falling – OETC hits the market with benchmark issuance – Oman in talks for US$3.6bn with Chinese lenders – Aktif Bank prices US$118mn Eurobond – Tunisia preps inaugural sukuk – Nigeria looking for US$5.2bn from donors and concessional lenders – Chile’s Enjoy SA prices Eurobond – Argentina mulls executive order on capital markets reform – HDFC prices largest AT1 perpetual in India – Kazakhstan continues with divestment efforts

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup

Q1 sukuk issuance tops US$24.1bn – loan growth in UAE improves – Bahrain FX reserves under pressure – AfDB calls for more funding – Garanti secures dual-tranche syndi loan – Saudi Aramco withholds Zambia loan – Nigeria DMO to issue NGN110bn – Venezuela’s bolivar drops 10% in one week – India’s RBI preps bond issuance - Liberal candidate Moon Jae-in wins SK elections – Russian pension funds invested in failing Peresvet Bank

 

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