Middle East gets back into stride with string of new deals

September has been the busiest month for the Middle East bond market since April, and with the deals so far largely seen as successes, bankers say there is plenty more pent-up deal flow.

  • By Francesca Young
  • 20 Sep 2018

Just this week, Islamic Development Bank printed $1.3bn, Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait $300m, National Bank of Oman $500m, Saudi Electric Company $2bn and DP World a quadruple multi-currency deal amounting to $2.3bn.

After three months of exceptionally light flow as an EM currency crisis gripped the market, ...

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