The Republic of Turkey re-opened the CEEMEA bond market in 2015 on Wednesday with a $1.5bn tap of its 2043s. Turbulence across EM and falling oil prices played to Turkey’s favour with the bond offering a haven to nervous investors. But as a result of the recent volatility, the country paid a decent new issue premium, bringing in a $5bn book.
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