Extraordinary rates and hope of support drive $15bn Bahrain book
Bahrain raised $3bn this week, reopening the market for Gulf bonds after a long summer of political tension in the region. Despite deteriorating financials and a rising debt burden, exceptional market conditions, and expectations of support from its larger neighbour, boosted the book to $15bn, writes Virginia Furness.
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