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Middle East liquidity stays strong as banks keep CEEMEA alive

Fears that falling oil prices would hit Middle East bond market liquidity this year have not — as yet — been realised. The region’s investors are still cash rich and asking for paper. Bank Dhofar, Dubai Islamic Bank and Bank of Sharjah are among the names answering the call, with no sign that oil prices and macro worries have touched the region’s perennial appetite for fresh supply.

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