Dual success puts end to battle of Gulf giants with $100bn of orders

Some 10 months after the eruption of the Gulf diplomatic crisis last summer, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have proved that the market is big enough for both of them, printing $11bn and $12bn deals respectively, and garnering a combined book exceeding $100bn.

  • By Virginia Furness
  • 12 Apr 2018
Never before have two Gulf sovereigns printed such large bonds in one week. The deals were all the more exceptional, given they were issued in a week of escalating geopolitical tensions in the broader emerging markets, and amid the devastating blow landed on Russian assets by US sanctions ...

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