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21 Aug 2017   Daily Roundup

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 21 August, 2017

EM funds register biggest outflows in a year – Qatar approaches banks to tap international investors – Egypt auctioned euro denominated T-bills – Ghana to cut spending – UK to invest in Colombia and Panama – Chile holds rates – Azerbaijan gets downgraded

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 17 August, 2017

Qatar’s economy will grow slower than expected – Standard Bank of South Africa to issue its first bond in a decade –Brazil’s fiscal deficit target increased – Egypt to auction euro denominated T-bills – Tunisia foreign currency reserve at lowest levels in three decades – CEFC China Energy in talks to acquire a stake in Rosneft – Egypt approves new investment law

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 16 August, 2017

QIA reduces its stake in Credit Suisse – Egypt to issue a new USD4bn Eurobond – Zambian prosecutors drop treason charges against opposition leader – Namibia’s Central Bank cut rates – Colombia delivers better than expected economic growth – China becomes US largest creditor – ADB issues green bonds – UNB opens branch in Shanghai – Jugra Bank’s budget deficit larger than expected

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 15 August, 2017

US interest rate hikes threaten GCC debt outlook – Dana Gas bondholders could get the shaft – Qatari, Turkish firms sign trade agreements – Zuma urges ANC to track down dissenters – South African courts reject RBSA mandate change – Peru revises down 2018 growth – Argie risk declines on Senate primary results – SEBI to work on streamlining corporate bond pricing – Russia to allow new COBR bonds

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 14 August, 2017

Jordan mulls a USD-denominated sukuk – Iran in talks to buy 45 helicopters – Angola gets downgraded – Rwanda sells T-bills – Codelco repurchased bonds - Medco Energi International taps the markets - China’s economic growth “fades” in July – India’s economy top performer in EM universe - Gerhard Schröder nominated for Rosneft board

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 11 August, 2017

TAQA plans to refinance a US$500mn bond – Kenya is selling new T-bills – Uganda left rates unchanged – Gazprom Neft to borrow up to US$2bn in the next year – Vista Oil & Gas successfully completes IPO – Credit Suisse bans Venezuelan bonds trading – India’s Exim Bank completes Formosa bond - EuroChem to arrange a new pre-export finance facility

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 10 August, 2017

Egypt’s urban inflation at highest levels in decades – UNB updating its bond programme – Zambia cuts benchmark rate once again – Cerro del Aguila tapped the international markets – Greenland Holding Group issued a US$500mn bond – CBI’s bond programme gets downgraded – Rosneft cuts off PDVSA’s credit– Gascade Gastransport is looking for fresh cash to build a new pipeline

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 9 August, 2017

Junk bond default rates continue to decline – Saudi Arabia’s banks could be downgraded – Nigeria’s FX reserves rose to a two-year high – BNDES to tap the international markets in 2018 – Zuma Energia secures project finance facility – Kexim to finance an oil refinery in Iran – Capital outflows from Russia reach US$13bn in first half of 2017 – Naftogaz could seek further compensation from Rosneft

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 8 August, 2017

Kayan Petrochemical signed a US$1.2bn Islamic loan – Turkey joins ASEAN – Nigeria looking to settle case against banks out of court – Colombia issued a US$1.4bn bond – US to extended sanctions against Venezuela – Hong Kong dollar to hit lowest level in a decade – Russia to reduce some dollar bond payments – RAKBANK selects banks for syndicated loan – ISA secures loan approval

Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 5 August, 2017

Al Hilal Bank issues sukuk through private placement – Aramco in talks to buy a stake at PetroChina – Nigeria’s green bond suspended once again – GC Securities issues a Cat bond – Venezuela suspended from Mercosur – Iraq gets a loan from Japan – Vedanta Resources tapped the international markets – India’s Eximbank is set to issue a Formosa bond – Russia’s inflation falls below the Central Bank’s target


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