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23 Jun 2017   Daily Roundup

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 23 June 2017

DBN gets a BBB- rating – Nigeria secures new loan from The World Bank – Norway threatens to cut Brazil’s assistance - The State Bank of Pakistan plans new sukuk - China Jinmao taps the international markets – India’s Rural Electrification Corp to issue green bonds – Belarus returns on Eurobond market – Russia’s energy minister Novak leaves Rosneft board

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 22 June 2017

Turkey’s Eximbank signed a loan facility – Nigeria to launch first welfare program –Peru’s Finance Minister resigns - Venezuela to sell fixed income securities - China’s tapped the international markets - China Evergrande Group issued a dual-tranche bond – Gazprom to issue a Eurobond – Egypt’s IMF loan delayed

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 21 June 2017

Saudi Arabia has a new heir to the throne– Saudi Arabia was added to MSCI’s watch list- Sibanye Gold sold a double-tranche bond – Argentina snubbed by MSCI- Temer receives another setback in the Senate- MSCI to add a selection of China’s shares- Nova Austral prints notes- Global investors buy Russia’s Eurobond- New sanctions for Russia

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 20 June 2017

Qatar injects fresh cash into banks– DAE to issue corporate bonds–Nigeria prints US$300mn notes – ICBC Asia tapped the international markets- Argentina’s 100-year bond oversubscribed- China’s economic growth expected to fall- Indonesia sells T-bills- Hungary keeps interest rates on hold- South Africa’s central bank fights back

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 19 June 2017

Dana Gas sukuk problems continues – Ecobank to raise fresh capital–Barclays Africa to repay apartheid-era bailouts – Uganda’s central bank raised rates- Argentina to sell 100-year bond- Temer denies corruption allegations- India’s muni bond market surges- National Highways Authority of India sells bond- Russia to issue two-tranche Eurobond- Russia considers merging the its Reserve Fund and Wealth Fund

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 16 June 2017

Dana Gas turmoil continues – Mubadala said to be pulling out of Etisalat Nigeria – VIPT Turkey completes acquisition of Petrol Ofisi – Fitch rates Nigeria’s diaspora bond – UBA Kenya to tap into parent’s Eurobond – Mexico, Russian assets reverse – Latin America Power in talks over Chilean power asset sale – Mongolia cuts interest rates – Rukun Juang launches sukuk private placement – Russia boosts US treasury investments – Romania’s Globalworth Real Estate Investments sells benchmark euro notes

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 15 June 2017

Green Bond Principles get upgrade – Yapi Kredi sells benchmark notes – Egypt removes foreign currency limits – South African miners nervous on new rules – Cote d’Ivoire bonds outperform – Elections in LatAm could significantly shift credit landscape – Navistar Financial hits the MXN market – Itau, other Brazil banks set up credit intelligence organisation – China Three Gorges hits the EUR market – Hong Kong raises base rate following the Fed - Halyk Bank to recapitalize KKB

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 14 June 2017

Dana Gas proposes to swap its US$700mn sukuk it now deems “unlawful – Egypt’s Central Bank allows international currency transfers – Moody’s downgrades South Africa’s Eskom – World Bank to loan US$500mn to Tunisia – Exim Bank of China mulls US$4bn euro/dollar bonds – Singapore’s Marble II Pte issues US$500mn 5-year bond – US prepares to pass additional sanctions against Russia – Kazakhstan prepares debut blockchain-based mobile bond

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 13 June 2017

Saudi Arabia boosts funding for Egypt – Meethaq Islamic gets CMA approval for sukuk programme expansion – Nigeria DMO to sell debut sukuk this year – Paladin Energy running out of time – Eskom board chair resigns – Petroperu succeeds with bond placement – Brazil’s Temer mulls tax cuts to appease middle class – China to sell dollar bonds for first time since 2004 – ShalkiyaZinc secures US$350mn syndi loan

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 12 June 2017

Turkish economy surprises with 5% - GCC sukuk issuances top US$22bn – OETC succeeds on US$500mn trade – Cote d`Ivoire prices euro notes – Zambia flirts with IMF package – ISA, Star One S.A. hit Brazil’s debenture market – Strides Shasun Ltd inks new loan - Nepal Airlines secures loan from pension funds – Tinkoff impresses with perpetual bond


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