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01 August 2014 The T-bills, to be issued on Tuesday, will include QR2bn worth for three month period and QR1bn each of six-month and nine-month maturity period, the Central Bank said on its website.QCB has been selling monthly T-bills for the past couple of years.According to market experts, local treasury bills are used as a liquidity management tool. The issuance of bonds and T-bills will help rThe Peninsula, 01 Aug 2014
Qatar Central Bank (QCB) will issue QR4bn worth of local currency Treasury bills next week.The T-bills, to be issued on Tuesday, will include QR2bn worth for three month period and QR1bn each of six-month and nine-month maturity period, the Central Bank said on its website.The Peninsula, 31 Jul 2014
Sunday, Jul 27, 2014Dubai: Middle East investment grade companies face refinancing needs of about $91 billion (Dh334 billion) from bank and bond debt due to mature over the next four years.The refinancing needs of the region accounts for approximately 8 per cent of total Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region’s bank and debt maturities of $1.17 trillion, according to Moody’s Investment ServicGulf News, 27 Jul 2014
Subscription Date: 04/AUG/2014Allotment Date: 05/AUG/2014Press Release, 27 Jul 2014
27 July 2014 Credit Suisse forecasts Saudi Arabia to emerge as the seventh largest emerging capital market by the year 2030 (with the equity market growing to be the sixth largest emerging market from the current 10th position).According to Credit Suisse estimates cited in a new report, Saudi Arabia would account for the second largest share of emerging ECM deal fees ($5.5 billion) over the next 1Arab News, 27 Jul 2014
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