EuroWeek Poll: What’s driving Russian firms’ rapid returns?

A less decisive poll result than usual this week as voters attempted to rationalise Russian credits Suek’s and Rosneft’s return to the market within six months of signing $1bn plus facilities.

  • 17 Apr 2012

Exactly half of those polled believe that expected liquidity tightening and price rises in 2012, borne out of incoming regulatory requirements of Basel III and the waning euphoria of the second long term refinancing operation, are the culprits driving their rapid returns.

But respondents were by no means ...

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