Riskier sovereigns take to CEEMEA stage

By Steven Gilmore
09 Sep 2015

After being reopened by the strongest of the strong, the CEEMEA market’s attention has moved to the other end of the credit spectrum with Iraq and Egypt eyeing the dollar market.

Poland — rated A2/A-/A- — ended a weeks long CEEMEA drought on September 3, proving the resounding appetite for strong Eastern European sovereign paper. But the next CEEMEA government issue could be the Republic of Iraq rather than the Republic of Romania. The Iraqi government is returning to ...

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