Poll: CEEMEA lenders are only sure of uncertainty

The scorching hot weather and summer market break have not been enough to encourage a breakthrough of positivity among emerging markets loans bankers, many of whom fear that the rest of the year will be as dire as the first eight months, according to a poll conducted by EuroWeek.

  • By Michael Turner
  • 28 Aug 2013

The statistics back up the sentiment. Loan volumes this year have been scraping along close to 2012's record low levels, with $107bn of deals signed this year so far, according to Dealogic. 

While 42% of voters expect deal volumes to ramp up in the autumn, almost just as many ...

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