CEEMEA strides ahead as Eurozone and LatAm stumble

17 Apr 2012

CEEMEA bonds have not been fazed by the re-emergence of Eurozone troubles. The Russia 2042s are now at 102, up 4.5 points from issue two weeks ago — and the primary market is booming.

Evraz priced its new dollar five year bond on Tuesday night, while Promsvyazbank and Vakifbank in Turkey have both released price talk on new deals. The Raspadskaya roadshow finishes on Thursday and Nomos Bank is finishing marketing of its subordinated debt issue.

Serbia is continuing meetings in the ...

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