Pricing tightens across CEEMEA bonds as bankers anticipate Russia prints

By Mariam Meskin
16 Oct 2019

It has been a busy week so far in CEEMEA bonds this week with three deals sold. Meanwhile, in the loan market, sanctions threaten the pricing on Turkey bank loans.

All three bonds were closed with pricing notably tighter than initial guidance, which DCM bankers said was testament to the strength of the liquidity pool in emerging markets, despite underlying market volatility.

Real estate company Aldar managed to shave 35bp off initial guidance, closing a 10 ...

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