Qatar off to strong start with $32.5bn book

The State of Qatar had taken orders of $32.5bn by lunchtime on Thursday, putting to bed any concerns that Saudi Arabia’s $11bn trade would cannibalise demand for its regional rival. In fact the strong performance of Saudi’s paper in the secondary market has helped boost support for Qatar’s trade, according to a banker on the deal.

  • By Virginia Furness
  • 12 Apr 2018

After wrapping up investor meetings on Wednesday, Qatar opened books on its long awaited bond, its first since the Gulf diplomatic crisis erupted last summer

The issuer started marketing a 2023 bond at at 170bp area over US Treasuries, a 2028 at 200bp area over, and a 2048 ...

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